Hannah McAtee

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Water Art Science: Children's Perspectives on Water in Guatemala

As part of ASU's Global Ethnohydrology Study and Community Health and Medical Anthropology Field School, 315 pieces of artwork from Guatemalan schoolchildren were coded for the presence of vegetation, scarcity, pollution, commercial sources, existing technology, technological innovation, domestic use and natural sources. Through examining gendered perceptions and future expectations of climate change and water issues, this study explores possible areas of intervention in environmental education.

Thesis Director: Amber Wutich