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Tuesday, June 16 • 1:30pm - 5:30pm
Linda Liebenberg and Linda Theron: Using Visual Methods to Study Resilience

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Arts-Based Approaches to Understanding Youth Resilience in Culturally Sensitive Ways
Speakers: Linda Theron, Linda Liebenberg 
In this workshop we draw on our collective experience to showcase, and critique, a range of visual participatory methodologies (including draw-and-talk, photo elicitation, participatory video, and clay-modelling) that have supported our researching of resilience with youth from diverse cultures and contexts. We foreground the salience of participants’ and researchers’ cultural ties to the choice of methodology, as well as analyses and dissemination strategies. We include the opportunity for workshop participants to reflect, visually, on the cultural strengths, limitations, and biases they bring to the use of arts-based approaches in their own studies of resilience.

Speakers
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Linda Liebenberg

Linda is a methodologist, whose research examines the use of both image-based methods and mixed method research designs. She also considers how these facilitate an understanding of young people in marginalised contexts, as well as how these data inform instrument development. She... Read More →
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Linda Theron

I explore why and how South African youth, who have been placed at risk for negative life outcomes, resile. In our social ecology many young South Africans are placed at risk by multiple challenges (think of poverty, HIV&AIDS, child-headed households, escalating divorce rates, ineffective... Read More →

Tuesday June 16, 2015 1:30pm - 5:30pm
Haliburton Room A&A Main Floor, King's College

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