Development fieldwork : a practical guide edited by Regina Scheyvens and Donovan Story
Development Fieldwork provides an indispensable new resource and guide for all students undertaking development fieldwork in the third world. The authors draw upon a rich and diverse set of fieldwork experiences across the developing world, utilising case studies to illustrate the many common issues and challenges facing both fieldwork researchers.
Print Book, English, 2003
Sage Publications Ltd, London, 2003
xvi, 263 pages $2 4 cm
9781412933384, 9780761948902, 9781412933384, 1412933382, 0761948902
Introduction - Regina Scheyvens and Donovan StoreyPART ONE: METHODOLOGYDesigning Development Research - Warwick E Murray and John OvertonUsing Quantitative Techniques - John Overton and Peter van DiermanQualitative Research - Dan Brockington and Sian SullivanPART TWO: PREPARATION FOR THE FIELDPractical Issues - Helen Leslie and Donovan StoreyPersonal Issues - Henry Scheyvens and Barbara NowakPART THREE: IN THE FIELDEntering the Field - Helen Leslie and Donovan StoreyEthical Issues - Regina Scheyvens, Barbara Nowak and Henry ScheyvensWorking with Marginalized, Vulnerable and Privileged Groups - Regina Scheyvens, Henry Scheyvens and Warwick E MurrayPART FOUR: LEAVING THE FIELDAnything to Declare? The Politics and Practicalities of Leaving the Field - Sara Kindon and Julie CupplesReturning to University and Writing the Field - Julie Cupples and Sara KindonAfterword - Donovan Storey and Regina Scheyvens