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Title Measuring livelihoods and environmental dependence : methods for research and fieldwork / edited by Arild Angelsen [and others]
Published London : Earthscan, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (264 pages)
Contents 1. Why measure rural livelihoods and environmental dependence? -- 2. Why do field research? -- 3. Composing a research proposal -- 4. Sampling: Who, how and how many? -- 5. Collecting contextual information -- 6. The division of labour between village, household and other surveys -- 7. Designing the household questionnaire -- 8. Valuing the priceless: What are non-marketed products worth? -- 9. Preparing for the field: Managing AND enjoying fieldwork -- 10. Hiring, training and managing a field team -- 11. Getting quality data -- 12. Data entry and quality checking -- 13. An introduction to data analysis -- 14. Communicating research for influence and impact -- Index
Subject Household surveys -- Developing countries -- Methodology
Questionnaires -- Developing countries -- Methodology
Rural development -- Environmental aspects -- Developing countries
Rural poor -- Developing countries.
Household surveys -- Methodology.
Questionnaires -- Methodology.
Rural conditions.
Rural development -- Environmental aspects.
Rural poor.
Developing countries -- Rural conditions
Developing countries.
Form Electronic book
Author Angelsen, Arild.
Overgaard Larsen, Helle
Smith Olsen, Carsten
ISBN 1136537333