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    Zones of comfort and imaginability: using Participatory Video Interviewing to explore ecologies of resilience in Guatemala City

    Stevenson, A ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5923-4627, de Castañeda, T, Oldfield, J ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7518-118X and Klie, M (2022) Zones of comfort and imaginability: using Participatory Video Interviewing to explore ecologies of resilience in Guatemala City. Children's Geographies. ISSN 1473-3277

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    Abstract

    We integrate participatory video, self-managed video interviews and video tour interviews in developing a method we call Participatory Video Interviewing, whilst exploring the experiences of young adults growing up in Guatemala City. We also use focus groups in order to gather participant reflections on the use of Participatory Video Interviewing. Our aim is to present the unique features and methodological contributions of Participatory Video Interviewing, as well as its advantages and limitations, using participant reflections. We illustrate this method using video case studies and focus groups with young people in Guatemala. Three main benefits of Participatory Video Interviewing were identified; the enhancement of the status of research participants through developing their technical, decision-making and storytelling skills; the facilitation of researching participant intersubjectivities; and the opening up safe, participant-selected research spaces.

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