Negotiating the ethical terrain of photovoice in adult education research: case study perspectives from Uganda

Negotiating the ethical terrain of photovoice in adult education research: case study perspectives from Uganda

College of Education and External Studies lunch time seminar series on Tuesday 11th  March  2014.

Presenter: Mr. Twine Bananuka, Assistant Lecturer from the Department of Adult and Community Education, School of Distance and Lifelong Learning, College of Education and External Studies, Makerere University

Title: "Negotiating the ethical terrain of photovoice in adult education research: case study perspectives from Uganda"

Time: 1.00p.m - 1.30 p.m.

Venue: School of Distance and Lifelong Learning Board room.

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