Combining photovoice and focus groups: Engaging Latina teens in community assessment
This article presents a study that combined photovoice (a CBPR methodology) with focus groups to engage Latina teens and their parents in identifying barriers to physical activity and initiating policy actions to address them. The authors also investigate the effectiveness of applying photovoice as both an evaluation tool and a leadership/advocacy intervention in this study.
Hannay, J., Dudley, R., Milan, S., & Leibovitz, P. K. (2013). Combining photovoice and focus groups: Engaging Latina teens in community assessment. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 44(3, Supplement 3), S215-S224. Full Text.
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