Using Photovoice and Asset Mapping to Inform a Community-Based Diabetes Intervention, Boston, Massachusetts, 2015
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 13 — August 11, 2016
Alternative text: A photograph shows a hand-painted neighborhood advertisement for affordable produce.
Figure 1. Example of a positive photovoice narrative on food assistance programs. “The picture of the sign lets me know there are healthy food options in my neighborhood that are inexpensive, which is encouraging and promising.”
Alternative text: A photograph shows a local church at the corner of an intersection.
Figure 2. Example of a photovoice narrative on religion, spirituality, and churches: “While viewing the diabetes . . . as a sick component of the body, the church reminds me that I must do what is best to manage this sickness, as the church does what it must to help manage my spiritual needs and well-being.”
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