Development Fieldwork: A Practical Guide / Edition 2 available in Paperback
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Regina Scheyvens heads the Institute of Development Studies at Massey University, New Zealand. She combines a passion for teaching about international development with research on tourism and development. She has a particular interest in sustainable development options for people living in small island states. In addition to Development Fieldwork, Regina has published books on Tourism and Poverty (2010) and Tourism for Development: Empowering Communities (2002), along with articles on topics such as backpacker tourism, ecotourism, sustainable tourism and empowerment.
Table of Contents
Introduction - Regina Scheyvens and Sharon Mc LennanPART ONE: METHODOLOGYDesigning Development Research - Warwick E. Murray and John OvertonQuantitative Research - John Overton and Peter van DiermenQualitative Research - Rochelle Stewart-Withers, Glenn Banks, Andrew Mc Gregor and Litea Meo-SewabuSomething Old, Something New: Research Using Archives, Texts and Virtual Data - Sharon Mc Lennan and Gerard PrinsenPART TWO: PREPARATION FOR THE FIELDPractical Issues - Maria Borovnik, Helen Leslie and Donovan StoreyPersonal Issues - Henry Scheyvens, Regina Scheyvens and Barbara NowakPART THREE: IN THE FIELDEntering the Field - Sharon Mc Lennan, Donovan Storey and Helen LeslieEthical Issues - Glenn Banks and Regina ScheyvensWorking with Marginalised, Vulnerable or Privileged Groups - Regina Scheyvens, Henry Scheyvens and Warwick E. MurrayPART FOUR: LEAVING THE FIELDAnything to Declare? The Politics and Practicalities of Leaving the Field - Sara Kindon and Julie CupplesReturning to University and Writing the Field - Julie Cupples and Sara KindonWays Forward - Regina Scheyvens