Who Counts?

Who Counts? : The power of participatory statistics

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Participatory statistics have come of age in a methodologically pluralistic world. In recent years participatory research has established its credentials as an approach - with an accompanying set of tools - in which local people themselves generate statistics. This book seeks to provide impetus for a step change in the adoption and mainstreaming of participatory statistics within international development practice. The time has come for participatory statistics to be recognized as the first and best option for a "win win" approach to data generation and analysis.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 13.72mm | 390.09g
  • Rugby, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1853397725
  • 9781853397721
  • 561,014

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"While "Who Counts?" focuses on international projects, its take-home lessons resonate with anyone working on engaging community. Some of the methodologies described would be easily transferred to domestic settings, and could be an improvement on the way we are engaging (particularly in non-urban settings). The book is worth a look, even for those of us not in international development."--Jocelyn Hittle, Associate Director
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