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Le "malentendu productif" : Réflexion sur la photographie comme support d'entretien

Abstract : During a survey carried out in Madagascar the use of photographs to support interviews (photo-elicitation interview) generated a number of " misunderstandings " that revealed themselves to be eventually " productive " for the understanding of the object of study. This shows the heuristic fruitfulness of what could be rapidly described as " methodological errors ". From this perspective of a reflexive analysis the author discusses the methodology proposed by John Collier (1967) and Dona Shwartz (1989) for this survey technique.
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Christian Papinot. Le "malentendu productif" : Réflexion sur la photographie comme support d'entretien. Ethnologie française, 2007, 37 (1), pp.79-86. ⟨10.3917/ethn.071.0079⟩. ⟨hal-00669476⟩



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