Participatory photo mapping (PPM): exploring an integrated method for health and place research with young people.

  title={Participatory photo mapping (PPM): exploring an integrated method for health and place research with young people.},
  author={Samuel F Dennis and Suzanne Gaulocher and Richard M. Carpiano and David Brown},
  journal={Health & place},
  volume={15 2},
In this manuscript we detail the application and utility of participatory photo mapping (PPM) for studying the implications of place for the health of children. PPM is a transdisciplinary approach that integrates digital tools, narrative interviewing and participatory protocols in order to produce knowledge that can be shared and acted upon by community-based health research partnerships. In discussing the application, strengths, and weaknesses of this method, we relate our own experiences with… CONTINUE READING

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