Movement and Stillness, Speaking and Silence
Deborah Nixon, in “Movement and Stillness, Speaking and Silence,” draws on her PhD research to write about taking a set of pre-Independence family photographs back to India and how it contributed to interviews with Anglo-Indians about their own experiences during the same era. Nixon’s experience exemplifies the valuable contribution of the photo-elicitation method.
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