Within her recent book, Michele Jarldorn (2018) advances the methodological literature on photovoice. As someone who has also written a book on the photovoice methodology (Latz, 2017), reading this book felt like home to me. It also felt like looking—or reading—in the mirror. I approached the book joyfully, excitedly, and closely. Asserting that radical social work and photovoice have complementary aims, Jarldorn presents a practical and pragmatic look at photovoice in action. Readers across the globe and from any disciplinary background will find this new text rich with nuanced, experience-based, and useful content.
Photovoice, Social Work, Participatory Action Research, Feminism
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Latz, A. (2018). Reading in the Mirror and Advancing the Proliferation of Photovoice: A Book Review. The Qualitative Report, 23(12), 2989-2991. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss12/7