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The trouble with PRA: reflections on dilemmas of quality (PLA Notes 47)
Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) has quickly become an important and influential tool in development project planning, and is used by many of the big development agencies. The authors reflect on this rapid uptake, and critically assess whether this is positive for the quality of research.
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