Participatory video and the Pacifica Mamas : a pilot project
Saifoloi, Malama; Papoutsaki, Evangelia; Williams, Marcus; Harris, Usha Sundar; Naqvi, Munawwar
Link to ePress publication:http://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress/index.php/participatory-video-and-the-pacifica-mamas-a-pilot-project/
Citation:Saifoloi, M., Papoutsaki, E., Williams, M., Harris, U.S. and Naqvi, M. (2016). Participatory Video and The Pacifica Mamas: A Pilot Project. Unitec ePress Research Report Series (2016/2). ISSN 2357-206X. Retrieved from http://www.unitec. ac.nz/epress/
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3545
Emerging literature highlights that in the Pacific, the use of participatory video (PV) is a new trend in research and community action. It can be employed as a tool to empower communities to have agency over their media outputs, meaning that they have full control of the content creation, production and distribution processes. But to date there is still a dearth of studies that fully explore its potential use in different contexts, especially within diasporic networks. To address this gap, a pilot project was undertaken where PV methodologies were tested in collaboration with a diasporic Pacific community group based in West Auckland, New Zealand. This report feeds back on the overall process of developing the pilot project.
Keywords:Pasifika, women, social change, economic change, participatory video (PV), collaborative research, Unitec Institute of Technology
ANZSRC Field of Research:160807 Sociological Methodology and Research Methods, 200210 Pacific Cultural Studies
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