05 SES 11 B, Creative Methodologies and their Impact on Children, Young People and Researchers
Symposium, Part 2<br /> Joint Session with NW 07 and NW 19
Projective techniques based on the evocation of the experiences and opinions through photographs, drawings or theater are increasingly common in anthropological research with children and youngsters. An example of this is the method known as PEI (Photo Elicitation Interview) consisting on the utilization of a photographic medium to evoke an information or a position of the subject in a more informal way than it is usual in an interview. Furthermore, informal sport, which is part of the leisure activities of certain age and gender groups ―children and youngsters―, constitutes as itself a context believed to favour projective rapport and a projective mean. Thus, informal sport, whenever it is interpreted as a total social phenomenon, may have connections with many other phenomena in the society, establishing analogies and building bridges to carry out comparisons from the experience of the participants. The game, in a broad sense, is an interesting way and could become into a powerful projective technique, in a way similar to the one that allows the use of drama or photography in research with children and youth. A systematic work in this direction can lead to new technical possibilities.
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