This paper reports the use of activity-oriented focus group discussions in a study that aimed to explore perceptions of youth violence among school-age adolescents of grade 6 to 8 in Pakistan. To engage students in active participation during focus group discussions, questions were asked in the form of activities like free listing, ranking, role-playing, and drawing. This paper explains how activity-oriented methods can help in the process of asking questions and retrieving information from adolescents to best energize the participants for optimum information. Furthermore, we explain the method of merging data from the activity-oriented questions for analysis and optimum understanding of participants’ perspectives.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Nursing Practice Today|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sept 2019|