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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 3 Interviews and groups
Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 19882001 3 Interviews and groups Howard Jones, Anne Floquet, Ian Scoones and Robert Leurs The use of RRA interview There were a number of advantages in the use schedules within a collaborative of an RRA approach. First, it enabled a research project in Northern defined problem to be explored in a flexible but structured way taking into account Thailand perspectives from a range of farmers and officials. Second, it enabled a great deal of The research project described in these notes is work to be done during a relatively short field entitled `The role of Rural Peoples' period in Thailand - important given the Organisations in agricultural development in difficulties faced in achieving effective Northern Thailand'. It is a collaborative `collaboration' in the research work. Third, the research project involving the AERDD, approach enabled a balance between data University of Reading and the Department of collection, interpretation and analysis to be Agricultural Extension, University of Chiang achieved during the field visit itself. Fourth, Mai (CMU). Phase I was concerned with the approach led to and was able to incorporate identifying the range and characteristics of a variety of secondary data sources e.g., Rural Peoples' Organisations ...