Practical Guides for Participatory Methods: Time Sequencing
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Discrete visual documentation of different activities in one location may be useful for practitioners and researchers who want to: Document changes of legal and illegal activities, or presence of actors in one location over a specific period; Identify and discuss the reasons behind this, and strategies for change.; Develop interventions or plan research in that location.
CitationOosterhoff, P. (2023) Practical Guides for Participatory Methods: Time Sequencing, Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, DOI: 10.19088/IDS.2023.003
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