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Parc Bryn Bach Running Club. Cayden ELY. Clementine POOL. Scott HEAP. Luke MAYO. Joshua COOK. Samuel COOK. As mentioned earlier in this section, many parents did smoke, but they were careful to do this outside of the home, away from their children see also Holdsworth and Robinson For participants, this strategy prioritized the health of their children, but they were still vilified for leaving their children unaccompanied. The focus group conversations had established that mothers understood their abject positioning through their day-to-day interactions. However, the images allowed an examination of the objectification of the young mother as a collective stereotype, one that guides how they are viewed as individuals.
However, being confronted with the images elicited new conversations that moved from concrete examples to a focus on wider social representations, which are abstracted from their individual experiences yet at the same time impacted on their lived realities. The objectification of the chav mum, young mother, and teenage mother are often framed within images, but these are not simply benign objects.
The affective impact of visual images of motherhood was apparent in the photo-elicitation activities, and young mothers and fathers articulated how differentiation and demonization were achieved in these images. In this way, drawing on visual images and moving beyond individual accounts offered an opportunity to develop a new layer of understanding about how participants see themselves and how they negotiate how they are seen by others.
In preparation for the initial interview, participants were asked to create timelines of their lives before they became pregnant and add emotion stickers see Gabb and Fink to reflect how they felt at different points in their biography. The sandboxing activity was introduced in the second interview, not as a pre-task but as a collaborative activity.
Judgments about motherhood often create difficulties in discussing everyday behaviors that conflict with the public health ideal Graham , and working on a visual task collaboratively enabled an element of sharing experiences.
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Participants engaged with the sandboxing to different degrees, but many found the activity easier to complete with the researcher working alongside them on their sand scene. The sandboxing activity was also favored by participants with barriers to literacy skills as they could use visual metaphors rather than the written accounts that were required for the speech bubble activity.