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Participatory Visual Ethnography

by Independent Researcher at Visible Voice on May 01, 2009

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O'Brien, V and Wittlin F (2009) Participatory Visual Ethnography, Visual Activism and Community Development in the Rocinha Favela. The Challenge of Global Social inquiry, British Sociological ...

O'Brien, V and Wittlin F (2009) Participatory Visual Ethnography, Visual Activism and Community Development in the Rocinha Favela. The Challenge of Global Social inquiry, British Sociological Association Conference, Cardiff, 16th April.

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  • guestfa9310 guestfa9310 Regarding the paper that Vincent presented at the British Conference, I would like to add that for us Rocinha is a very real scenario as well as other poor communities around the world.
    On the one hand, there are poverty, inequalities, drugs and war weapons, traffickers & corrupted cops, extreme violence. On the other hand, there is a daily life of basic commercial activities, artistic and cultural initiatives, intergenerational, social and friends exchanges.
    All this brings to light neither a “reality show' nor a “virtual reality”, but a concrete reality full of tensions and contradictions in which a collective misery lives together with the happiness, the conformism with the hope for better days, the demobilization with some degree of community organization.
    When Visible Voices initiatives transfer to the community membership the digital technology the intended outcomes are to support it in its true interactions with the reality in itself, beyond virtual or imaginary dimensions, helping it to change community life in practice. The starting point is the health field, but always we try keeping its dialog with sanitary, nutritional, educational, cultural, artistic, environmental and other human rights related fields. (Flavio Wittlin)
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