Advocating for Women and a Fair Income: PhotoVoice as a Tool ...
Community-based research processes: addressing the needs of multiple constituencies Joan Farkas, Michelle Murdoch, Cathie Scott, Laura Dreuth Zeman Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Overview Commonalities Project examples
How to bridge a community-university divide? Vancouver - October 15, 2005 In common Research focus on issues that have relevance within community Making space for voices generally not heard Working with multiple constituencies
University-community Valuing differing expertise Different needs Political influence Conflict Action focus Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Making space for voices Mothers wrongfully accused of abuse
Unemployed, underemployed and employed women who have disabilities Women who are living in poverty Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Making space for voices Project example: WAFI - Photovoice Project
Three goals: Cathie Scott & Joan Farkas on behalf of WAFI Working Group to enable people to record and reflect on community strengths and problems to promote dialogue about important issues through group discussion and photographs to engage policy makers
(Wang, 1998) Website: www.photovoice.com/index.html Vancouver - October 15, 2005 I cant move Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Slept in a port-a-potty Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Two weeks to go
Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Working with multiple constituencies University-community Valuing differing expertise Different needs Political influence Conflict Vancouver - October 15, 2005
Multiple Constituencies Project example: Photovoice University-community Assigning values to CD process Measuring outcomes
Fostering relationships among researchers, front-line workers and participants Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Multiple constituencies Project example: Women with disabilities and adaptive technology in the workplace: participatory action research and applied principles of independent living Michelle Murdoch, Diana L. Gustafson & the Independent Living Resource Centre
Valuing differing expertise Different needs Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Multiple constituencies Project example: I love my children Laura Dreuth Zeman
Political influence CPS Parents Student researchers Tenure clock Journal reviewers Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Conflict Examples from three projects
Vancouver - October 15, 2005 How do we bridge the communityuniversity divide? Questions to consider. Participant perspective Front line worker perspective
How do I find research? How do I find the time to read it? How do I apply it? University perspective How do I participate without being exploited? How do I engage in research that has meaning to people in the community? How do I do participatory research and still maintain my job? All
How do you engage in this type of research without letting it consume you? Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Acknowledgements Women and A Fair Income Working Group Members Current: Joan Farkas, Susan Gillies, Fran Guindon, Beryl Kootenay, Lynda Laughlin, Donna McPhee, Maggie Pompeo, Cathie Scott, Billie Thurston, Erica Welsh Past: Julie Black, Liza Lorrenzetti, Lillian Parent, Pam Parry, Pascal Ujuok, Patricia Vanbeselaere Our Sponsors and Collaborators Institute for Gender Research Womens Program, Status of Women
Canada City of Calgary Community and Neighbourhood Services Family and Community Support Services Special Projects, University of Calgary Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences National Homelessness Initiative The Womens Centre of Calgary Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine
Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Acknowledgements Women with Disabilities Canadian Centre on Disability Studies Vancouver - October 15, 2005 Contact information www.fp.ucalgary.ca/wafi
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