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The ethics of research reciprocity

Subtitle:
making children's voices heard in poverty reduction policy-making in Vietnam
Abstract:

Increasingly, academics and researchers working on poverty issues recognise that poor people’s own experiences and opinions should be heard. However, it is not just a question of encouraging participation. More attention needs to be paid to the ethics of research reciprocity – ensuring that participating communities are part of the research process and help shape the findings and recommendations that flow from it. Two major forms of child participation have been developed in Vietnam – Child...

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Published
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Reviewed (other)
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Updated Publisher's version

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Young Lives, Vietnam
Research group:
Young Lives
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Young Lives
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Pham Thi Lan
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Funding agency for:
Nicola Jones
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Working Paper
Publication date:
2005
URN:
uuid:1d742f6f-98e0-402a-bdb8-3cfdfd1cc87f
Local pid:
ora:1592
ISBN:
1-904427-26-X

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