DPO membership has immediate transactional benefits as well as personal impact

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Nicole Butcher
Prerana Singh
Nathan Grills
Fairlene Soji

Keywords

disabled people’s organization, disability, videovoice

Abstract

This study investigates the experiences of DPO members in rural North India. We utilise ‘videovoice’ methodology whereby participants create videos to explain the impact of their DPO membership, then expand further in interviews and group discussions. Thematic data analysis identified two meta-themes: transaction-type immediate gains and personal or environmental impact.

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