Combining Participatory Tools with Ethnography in Rural Cambodia

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    Abstract

    For experienced and inexperienced researchers and practitioners alike, this engaging book opens up new perspectives on conducting fieldwork in the Global South. Following an inter–disciplinary and inter-generational approach, Understanding Global Development brings into dialogue reflections on fieldwork experiences by leading scholars along with accounts from early career researchers. Contributions are organised around six key issues:  • Meaningful participation in fieldwork  • Working in dangerous environments  • Gendered experiences of fieldwork  • Researching elites  • Conducting fieldwork with marginalised people  • Fieldwork in development practice. The experience–led discussion of each of the topics conveys a sense of what it actually feels like to be out in the field and provides readers with useful insights and practical advice. A relational framework highlights issues relating to power, identity and ethics in development fieldwork, and encourages reflection on how researcher engagement with the field shapes our understanding of global development.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnderstanding Global Development Research: Fieldwork Issues, Experiences and Reflections
    Editors Gordon Crawford, Lena J. Kruckenberg, Nicholas Loubere and Rosemary Morgon
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherSage Publications
    Pages53-58
    EditionFirst
    ISBN (Print)9781473906679
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

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