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Understanding Global Development Research

Fieldwork Issues, Experiences and Reflections

Gordon Crawford (Redaktør) ; Lena Kruckenberg (Redaktør) ; Nicholas Loubere (Redaktør) ; Rosemary morgan (Redaktør)

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. Les mer
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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.

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