Body Mapping

Gastaldo, D., Magalhães, L., Carrasco, C., and Davy, C. (2012).
Body-Map Storytelling as Research: Methodological considerations for telling the stories of undocumented workers through body mapping
Retrieved from

MacGregor, N.H. 2009. Mapping the body: Tracing the personal and the political dimensions of HIV/
AIDs in Khayelitsha, South Africa. Anthropology & Medicine, 16(1), 85-95.

Solomon, Jane. 2002. “Living with X”: A body mapping journey in time of HIV and AIDS. Facilitator’s Guide. Psychosocial Wellbeing Series. Johannesburg: REPSSI.

“Body Maps: Women Navigating the Positive Experience in Africa and Canada.” n.d. In Canadian Aids Treatment Information Exchange.


Applied Theatre: Performing Health and Wellbeing (2017) Eds. Veronica Baxter and Katherine E Low.
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. ISBN13 9781472584571

Parent S.N., Ehrlich R., Kannemeyer N., and Yassi A. (2017)
Participatory Theatre and Tuberculosis: a feasibility study with South African health care workers
International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 21 (2) : 140 – 148

Health-Related Theatre in Kenya (2012)
Ibrahim Oanda Ogachi, Kenyatta University, Kenya
In Collaboration With Steno Health Promotion Centre, Steno Diabetes Centre, Gentofte, Denmark
Steno Health Promotion Centre Steno Diabetes Centre Niels Steensens Vej 8 2820 Denmark
ISBN: 978-87-92759-06-1

Schmidt B-M, Abrams A, and Tameris M. (2016) Engaging Adolescents in tuberculosis and clinical trial research through drama. Trials (2016) 17:177



Iskander, D. (2015). Re-imaging malaria in the Philippines: how photovoice can help to re-imagine malaria. Malaria Journal, 1–12

Skovdal M and Cornish F (2015) Qualitative Research For Development
Chapter 6 – Photovoice : methodology and use

Bisung E., Elliott S.J., Abudho B., Schuster-Wallace C.J., Karanja D.M. (2014)
Dreaming of toilets: Using photovoice to explore knowledge, attitudes and practices around water–health linkages in rural Kenya
Health and Place 31 pp 208 - 215

Skovdal M. (2011)
Picturing the Coping Strategies of Caregiving Children in Western Kenya: From Images to Action
American Journal of Public Health 101 (3) 452 - 453

Beh A., Bruyere B.L., Lolosoli S. (2013)
Legitimizing Local Perspectives in Conservation through Community-Based Research:
A Photovoice Study in Samburu, Kenya
Society and Natural Resources 26 (12) 1390 - 1406

Poudrier, J. and Mac‐Lean, R. T. (2009) ‘“We’ve fallen into the cracks”: Aboriginal women’s experiences with breast cancer through Photovoice’, Nursing Inquiry 16 (4): 306–17

Wang, C., & Burris, M. a. (1997). Photovoice: concept, methodology, and use for participatory needs assessment. Health Education & Behavior, 24(3), 369–387.
Wang, C., Burris, M., & Ping, X. (1996). Chinese women as visual anthropologists.
A participatory approach to reaching policymakers. Social Science & Medicine, 42(10), 1391–1400.


SLF Photovoice Publications

Charman A. (ed. Kotzen B) Street Life in Ivory Park (2013); A Participate project

Delft Health and Youth Ambassadors, Black G and Petersen N.
(2016) The Heart of the Matter (Wellcome IEA)

Digital Storytelling

Gubrium, A. (2009). Digital storytelling: an emergent method for health promotion research and practice. Health Promotion Practice, 10(2), 186–191.

Lambert, J. (2013). Digital Storytelling: Capturing Lives, Creating Community (2013) 4th edition
ISBN: 978-0-415-62702-3. New York: Routledge.

Gubrium, A. C., Hill, A. L., & Flicker, S. (2014). A Situated Practice of Ethics for Participatory Visual and Digital Methods in Public Health Research and Practice : A Focus on Digital Storytelling. American Journal of Public Health, 104(9), 1606–1614.

Gray B., Young A., Blomfield T. (2015). Altered Lives: assessing the effectiveness of digital storytelling as a form of communication design. Continuum Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 10 (4) 635 – 649


SLF DST and PV Publication

Black G., Derakhshani N., Liedeman R., Wheeler J. (2016)
What we live with every day is not right


Participatory Video

Shaw J. and Robertson C. (1997)
Participatory Video: A Practical Approach to Using Video Creatively in Group Development Work
ISBN - 978-0415141055. Taylor and Francis.

Milne E-J, Mitchell C and de Lange N. (2012)
Handbook of Participatory Video
ISBN - 978-0-7591-2113-3 AltaMira Press

Plush T. (2015) Participatory Video For Citizen Mobilization in South Africa
Media Development, Volume 3; 12-16

Bau V. (2014). Building peace through social change communication: Participatory video in conflict affected communities. Community Development Journal, 50(1), 121–137.


Wider texts on visual research

Doing Visual Research (2011)
Claudia Mitchel
ISBN 978-1-4129-4583-7. Sage Publications Ltd

The Sage Handbook of Visual Research Methods (2011)
Eds. Eric Margolis and Luc Powels
ISBN 978-1-8478-7556-3 Sage Publications Ltd

Knowledge From the Margins : An anthology from a global network on participatory practice (2014)
Eds. Thea Sharokh and Joanna Wheeler
ISBN 978-1-78118-169-0. Institute of Development Studies
Visual Methodologies. An Introduction to Researching with Visual Materials. 4th Edition (2016)
Gillian Rose
ISBN 978-1-4739-4889-1. Sage Publications Ltd



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