Understanding global development : fieldwork issues, experiences and reflections / [edited by] Gordon Crawford, Lena Kruckenberg, Nicholas Loubere. Rosemary Morgan.Publication details: Los Angeles [etc.] : SAGE , 2017 Description: XVII, 262 p. : il. ; 24 cmISBN: 978-1-4739-0667-9Subject(s): Desarrollo económico | Política internacional | Relaciones internacionales | Política de medio ambiente | Estudios de casos
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Global Development Fieldwork: A Relational Perspective / Gordon Crawford, Lena J. Kruckenberg, Nicholas Loubere and Rosemary Morgan -- Chapter Liberating Development Inquiry: Freedom, Openness and Participation in Fieldwork / Robert Chambers and Nicholas Loubere Chapter -- Democracy of the Ground? Encountering Elite Domination During Fieldwork / Ashish Shah Chapter -- Combining Participatory Tools with Ethnography in Rural Cambodia / Sarah Milne -- Gender is not a Noun, It's an Adjective: Using Gender as a Lens within Development Research / Ruth Pearson and Rosemary Morgan -- Encounters with Diversity : Reflecting on Different Perceptions of Gender in the Field / Johanna Bergstrom Chapter -- Gendered Agency in Constrained Circumstances: Researching Women Selling Sex in Kenya / Egle Cesnulyte -- On the Margins of World Society: Working with Impoverished, Excluded and Marginalised People / Joanna Pfaff-Czarnecka and Lena J. Kruckenberg -- Encounters at the Margins: Situating the Researcher Under Conditions of Aid / Swetha Rao Dhananka Chapter -- Marginalisation(s) at the Margins: Studying Identity, Ethnicity and Conflict in Rural Bolivia / Lorenza B. Fontana -- Encounters with the Powerful: Researching Elites / Jean Grugel and Rosemary Morgan Chapter -- The Ups and Downs of 'Studying Up': Researching Elites in China / John Osburg Chapter -- The Nature of Power in Elite Interviews: Researching Environmental Politics in the Southern Cone of South America / Karen M. -- Under Threat: Working in Dangerous Environments / Jenny Pearce and Nicholas Loubere -- Perceiving Threats to Health in the Field: Researching Zoonotic Diseases at the Human-Animal Interface / Scott Naysmith -- Children in the Streets: Activism and Representation in Dangerous Fields / Nelly Ali Section VI: Development in Theory and Practice -- Beyond the Ivory Tower: Researching Development Practice / David Mosse and Lena J. Kruckenberg Chapter / Multipositionality in the 'Field' / Kathy Dodworth -- Irrelevance Dressed as Success?: Dis-spirited Reflections on Knowledge-based Development / Lata Narayanaswamy -- Towards a Relational Understanding of Development Research / Gordon Crawford, Lena J. Kruckenberg, Nicholas Loubere and Rosemary Morgan.
Following an interdisciplinary and intergenerational approach, Understanding Global Development brings into dialogue reflections on fieldwork experiences by leading scholars along with accounts from early career researchers.