Exposing students to repeat photography: increasing cultural understanding on a short-term study abroad
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Traditionally, repeat photography has been used to analyze land cover change. This paper describes how repeat photography may be used as a tool to enhance the short-term study abroad experience by facilitating cultural interaction and understanding. We present evidence from two cases and suggest a five-step repeat photography method for educators to use to increase participation and cultural interaction of students involved in fieldwork, long-haul fieldwork, and study abroad programs. We suggest that through the five steps developed in this paper that students' potential to understand and interact within the host culture is increased. © 2014 © 2013 Taylor & Francis.
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Lemmons, K. K., Brannstrom, C., & Hurd, D.