Photo elicitation is the idea of inserting a photograph (or other visual material) into a research interview. It has been documented that contemporary modes of expression (such as photographs) can be beneficial in research interviews with youths. This article describes a photo elicitation protocol used with older youths and provides insight on the benefits and challenges of using photo elicitation for qualitative research purposes.
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Mott, R., Tummons, J., Simonsen, J., & Vandermau, R. (2021). Photo Elicitation: Useful Supplemental Tool for Qualitative Interviews with Youths. Journal of Extension, 58(1). Retrieved from https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol58/iss1/4