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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 Editorial

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 Editorial Theme issue understand the legacy of development projects in the local area. Pradhan's article highlights Most of the articles in this issue of the the changes in projects that have resulted from PLA a more participatory planning process. Notes explore the use of performative media in participatory development. The contributors to the theme section examine how the creative In the final article in the general section of potential of the arts can be used as part of a PLA Notes, William Fielding and Janet Riley participatory process and how PRA examine the trade-offs in undertaking practitioners might benefit from integrating agricultural research on farmers' fields. While performative and artistic media into the PRA they advocate a more participatory approach, process. The guest editor for the theme section their article explores how on-farm research can of the be made more robust and caution against the Notes is Andrea Cornwall, whose work has combined the use of PRA and performance scaling up from a small number of small plots. for development. This article should be useful to the many agricultural technicians who `have left the confines of research stations to pursue their In this issue ...

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