Expanding the Role of Digital Photographs in Evaluation Practice: Documenting, Sense-Making, and Imagining

@article{Kallemeyn2018ExpandingTR,
  title={Expanding the Role of Digital Photographs in Evaluation Practice: Documenting, Sense-Making, and Imagining},
  author={Leanne M. Kallemeyn},
  journal={The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation},
  year={2018},
  volume={33}
}
  • Leanne M. Kallemeyn
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
  • Abstract: Program stakeholders and evaluators routinely generate and share digital photographs. Three frameworks for using photographs in evaluation practice are discussed: documenting social change, facilitating sense-making, and inspiring and imagining social change. These are rooted in scholarship from arts-informed inquiry and visual sociology and anthropology. Using this framework, a review of existing literature demonstrates an extensive use of photographs for documentation and a growing… CONTINUE READING

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