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Participatory Media for Youth and Community Development - Danielle Martin (MIT)
Using case studies from Bangalore, India and Lawrence, MA, Martin is exploring how more open and iterative methods (based on new media philosophy) catalyzed by outside facilitators can aid youth development programs in becoming more responsive and demonstrate genuine learning of participatory media skills, especially across cultural contexts. She is also involved in two other group research projects, embedded in the Lawrence community and MIT university-community partnership (MIT@Lawrence), one tied to creating a new kinds of media pieces to spark reflective discussion among students, practitioners, and community members; and the other to document historical narratives and new innovation in the re-development of a mill building into new green opportunities for affordable housing, economic development and community engagement.
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