This study used Photovoice to investigate the perspectives of majority youth in Italy about the immigration and integration processes. The participants were 99 Italian young adults living in two northwestern regions of Italy. Images produced by young adults and subsequent discussion focused on the benefits, challenges and possible solutions to foster intergroup integration. The proposed solutions involved intergroup contact, deepening knowledge of other cultures, and recognition of immigrants’ rights. These solutions demonstrate young adults’ openness toward immigrants and their attitude regarding intercultural integration.
Photovoice, Young Adults, Intercultural Integration, Qualitative Methods, Immigration
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Rania, N., Migliorini, L., Cardinali, P., & Rebora, S. (2015). Giving a Face to Immigration and Integration Processes: The Use of Photovoice with Italian Young Adults. The Qualitative Report, 20(6), 780-798. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol20/iss6/5