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Global Public Health
Predominant approaches to teen pregnancy focus on decreasing numbers of teen mothers, babies born to them, and state dollars spent to support their families. This overshadows the structural violence interwoven into daily existence for these young parents. This paper argues for the increased use of participatory visual methods to compliment traditional research methods in shifting notions of what counts as evidence in response to teen pregnancy and parenting. We present the methods and resultsdoi:10.1080/17441692.2016.1143522 pmid:26895231 fatcat:rzaitkn545b63iib6qw7z6qfxu