Consideration of methodological issues when using photo-elicitation in qualitative research
Church, S. and Quilter, J. (2020). Consideration of methodological issues when using photo-elicitation in qualitative research. Nurse Researcher.
|Authors||Church, S. and Quilter, J.|
Background The use of photo-elicitation interviews (PEI) have increased in popularity across a range of disciplines including healthcare. Whilst qualitative researchers have embraced the use of photographs as a creative means to explore people’s experiences of their lives and environments, the methodological and practical aspects of using photographs have received little attention in the literature.
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|Keywords||Photographs; photo-elicitation; older mothers; selection and sourcing; bias|
|Publisher||RCN Publishing (RCNi)|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||29 Oct 2020|
|Deposited||21 Dec 2020|
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