PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 2 Revolutionary rural appraisal?

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Published: January 1988
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 2 Revolutionary rural appraisal? Susan Johnson Recent editions (RRA Notes 9 and 10) of RRA the community to become more self-aware in notes have contained pieces by RRA relation to "outside" assistance. This is because practitioners concerned with "being there" - the techniques do not just use the community the impact and how to explain it. I am not as a database but put it in a position of power aware that there is a right answer to these by recognising that without its knowledge and questions, just some more honest answers than participation the project is dead. others. Rather, I would like to comment on the context of those questions. So let us be aware of what this approach is. The approach is practiced in a paternalistic Scheuermeier asked (RRA Notes 10) how to framework - nobody asked the old lady if she explain his presence to the "lady sitting in wanted you there. You are doing it this way front of her house". It is indeed the question because you believe that it is better than what that makes you squirm inside - you may be someone else might do. You would ...

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Johnson, S. (1988). PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 2 Revolutionary rural appraisal?. .
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