PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 Editorial

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Published: January 1988
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 Editorial Once again, we would like to thank so many of investigated. Andy Inglis makes an important you for having returned copies of the contribution to the debates about the readership survey. The results will be comparative accuracy of the participatory published in issue No. 14, as RRA Notes 13 qualitative methodologies embodied by rapid will be solely devoted to reporting recent rural appraisal and formal questionnaires. He developments in Participatory Rural Appraisal led a team to investigate fuelwood issues in in India. Sierra Leone, and was able to -compare the results with those from a questionnaire This issue contains seven articles. The first conducted just before. He concludes that the two take further the comments and discussions RRA survey not only generated useful results raised by Weyman Fussell and Ueli but was probably better suited to the gathering Scheuermeier in previous issues. Don of complex socio-economic and socio- Messerschmidt draws attention to the ecological information. The results of the RRA importance that outsiders can play in group were presented the day after the fieldwork was and team dynamics during rural investigation concluded; close to a year later the in Nepal, and Susan Johnson ...

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