Gubrium co-authors article in the American Journal of Public Health

September 4, 2013

The American Journal of Public Health recently published an article co-authored by Aline Gubrium, Associate Professor of Community Health Education, along with Amy L. Hill, Director of the Silence Speaks Campaign at the Center for Digital Storytelling, and Sarah Flicker, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at York University. The article, titled “A Situated Practice of Ethics for Participatory Visual and Digital Methods in Public Health Research and Practice: A Focus on Digital Storytelling,” reviews prior digital storytelling work conducted by the authors as key examples for consideration for ethical practice. Read more here.