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書名 Negotiating boundaries and borders [electronic resource] : qualitative methodology and development research / edited by Matt Smith
出版項 Oxford ; Amsterdam ; San Diego, CA ; Elsevier, 2007
國際標準書號 9781849503952 (electronic bk.)
1849503958 (electronic bk.)
9780762312832 (hbk.)
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (x, 238 p.) : ill
系列 Studies in qualitative methodology, 1042-3192 ; v. 8
Studies in qualitative methodology ; v. 8
附註 Title from e-book title screen (viewed Oct. 8, 2007)
Includes bibliographical references and index
What counts as development research? / Darryl Humble, Matt Smith -- Researching transnationaladvocacy networks: methods and challenges fordevelopment / Helen Yanacopulos -- Researching with, not on: using photography in researching street children in Accra, Ghana / Phil Mizen, Yaw Ofosu-Kusi-- Feminist methodologies: unsettling multiple boundariesin development / Katy Jenkins -- Development ethics and moral engagement: some political and ethical dilemmas in development research / John Donnelly -- When things are not as they seem: untangling the webs of a South-Indian NGO / James Staples -- Hearing voices? : negotiating multiple ethical commitments in development research / Kate Simpson -- Researching for change / Mary Mellor -- Acceptable stories or acceptable boundaries? : on managerial optimism, critical reflection, and one particularly intractable development organisation / Ingie Hovland -- Breachingthe borders between research and practice: development NGOs and qualitativedata / Oliver Bakewell
As international development presents enormous moral, political and ethical challenges, so researching and understanding it requires negotiation of its contested contours. The chapters draw on research conducted around the world using a range of methodologies, perspectives and commitments, rooted in diverse disciplines. Through their exploration of the interrelationship of qualitative methodologies and development theory, policy and practice, the book demonstrates the importance of placingqualitative methodologies within their conceptual, practical and political contexts. It also highlights the important but contested contribution that qualitative methodology can make to not only understanding development, but engendering it. This book explores qualitative methodology and development in terms of the ways researchers negotiate boundariesand borders. It asks questions of developmentresearch, critiques relationships between researchers and subjects, and challenges connections between research and change. It demonstrates the importance of placing qualitative methods within their right context. This book series is available electronically online
Description based on print version record
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鏈接 Print version: Negotiating boundaries and borders. Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier, 2007 9780762312832 (OCoLC)85689440
主題 Qualitative research -- Methodology
Boundaries
Economic development -- Research
Political development -- Research
Social planning -- Research
Social research & statistics. bicssc
Social Science -- Sociology -- General. bisacsh
Social Science -- Statistics. bisacsh
Developing countries -- Research
Alt Author Smith, Matt, Dr
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