RiDNet Practical Fieldwork Notes - Conducting Fieldwork in Development Contexts: Reflexive Approaches to Practical Issues

Nicholas Loubere, Rosemary Morgan, Lena Kruckenberg, Christiaan De Beukelaer, Paola Hernandez Montes De Oca

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    Abstract

    The Practical Fieldwork Notes are based on presentations given at the 1st Researchers in Development Network (RiDNet) Conference, Conducting Fieldwork in Development Contexts: Reflexive Approaches to Practical Issues, which took place on September, 27 2012 at the University of Leeds. During the conference PhD and early career researchers presented on the following themes: What (not) to say: Communication skills & field access; Silenced voices: Opening up new perspectives on development; Hot potatoes and hushed voices: Difficult research environments & sensitive topics; and, Taking sides: Dealing with third parties. Each presenter was asked to develop a practical fieldwork note, identifying a practical issue when conducting fieldwork in development contexts, and possible solutions. The research notes are meant to be used as a resource for researchers working in low to middle income country contexts. The research notes can be found below.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2012
    EventRiDNet Annual Conferences 2012 Conducting Fieldwork in Development Contexts: Reflexive Approaches to Practical Issues - Leeds, United Kingdon
    Duration: 1 Jan 2012 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceRiDNet Annual Conferences 2012 Conducting Fieldwork in Development Contexts: Reflexive Approaches to Practical Issues
    Period1/01/12 → …

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