The Structure and Agency of Women s Education

The FotoDialogo method uses a set of original drawings to initiate dialogical
interviews, to inspire research participants to tell their ... The development and
implementation of this technique is explored, as well as the methodological

The Structure and Agency of Women s Education

Author: Mary Ann Maslak

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780791472767

Page: 277

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Offers research on educational policies, programs, and practices for adolecent girls and adult women, from both comparative international perspectives.

Arts Marketing

Women in general need to be recognized as active participants of the
development process. ... From 1995 to 1997 Dr Flavia Ramos developed the
FotoDialogo Method and helped elderly Latinas in Springfield, MA, USA
empower themselves ...

Arts Marketing

Author: Finola Kerrigan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136428259

Page: 240

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Arts Marketing focuses on a variety of sectors within the arts and addresses the way in which marketing principles are applied within these, outlining both the similarities and the differences that occur. Relating policy to practice, this contributed text demonstrates the most effective means of marketing in specific areas of the arts, with each chapter having been written by a specialist in the field. Although primarily focusing on the UK market, the subject has global relevance and appeal, and policy is evaluated on national, European and supranational levels. Specialist topics dealt with range from the marketing of the theatre, opera, and museums, through to the film industry and popular music.

Democratization in Africa Challenges and Prospects

Raharizatovo, Gilbert. Madagascar 2002: Genese Et Silences D'une Crise.
Antananarivo, Madagascar: Imprimerie Catholique Antanimena, 2008. Ramos,
Flavia S. The FotoDialogo Method: Using Pictures and Storytelling as Learning

Democratization in Africa  Challenges and Prospects

Author: Gordon Crawford

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135706352

Page: 304

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It is two decades since the ‘third wave’ of democratization began to roll across sub-Saharan Africa in the early 1990s. This book provides a very timely investigation into the progress and setbacks over that period, the challenges that remain and the prospects for future democratization in Africa. It commences with an overall assessment of the (lack of) progress made from 1990 to 2010, exploring positive developments with reasons for caution. Based on original research, subsequent contributions examine various themes through country case-studies, inclusive of: the routinisation of elections, accompanied by democratic rollback and the rise of hybrid regimes; the tenacity of presidential powers; the dilemmas of power-sharing; ethnic voting and rise of a violent politics of belonging; the role of ‘donors’ and the ambiguities of ‘democracy promotion’. Overall, the book concludes that steps forward remain greater than reversals and that typically, though not universally, sub-Saharan African countries are more democratic today than in the late 1980s. Nonetheless, the book also calls for more meaningful processes of democratization that aim not only at securing civil and political rights, but also socio-economic rights and the physical security of African citizens. This book was originally published as a special issue of Democratization

Place in Research

In S. Kindon, R. Pain, & M. Kesby (Eds.), Participatory action research
approaches and methods: Connecting people, ... Mobilizing policy: Models,
methods, and mutations. ... Imaginary pictures, real life stories: The FotoDialogo

Place in Research

Author: Eve Tuck

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317655516

Page: 196

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Bridging environmental and Indigenous studies and drawing on critical geography, spatial theory, new materialist theory, and decolonizing theory, this dynamic volume examines the sometimes overlooked significance of place in social science research. There are often important divergences and even competing logics at work in these areas of research, some which may indeed be incommensurable. This volume explores how researchers around the globe are coming to terms - both theoretically and practically - with place in the context of settler colonialism, globalization, and environmental degradation. Tuck and McKenzie outline a trajectory of critical place inquiry that not only furthers empirical knowledge, but ethically imagines new possibilities for collaboration and action. Critical place inquiry can involve a range of research methodologies; this volume argues that what matters is how the chosen methodology engages conceptually with place in order to mobilize methods that enable data collection and analyses that address place explicitly and politically. Unlike other approaches that attempt to superficially tag on Indigenous concerns, decolonizing conceptualizations of land and place and Indigenous methods are central, not peripheral, to practices of critical place inquiry.

Dissertation Abstracts International

The results of this study revealed that the Foto Dialogo Method can be a powerful
strategy for Latinas to break silence about their particular experiences of
oppression . The LWDG participants began a process of self - discovery which
enabled ...

Dissertation Abstracts International





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