Doing fieldwork in areas of Interntional intervention: a guide to research in violent and closed contexts
Using detailed insights from those with first-hand experience of conducting research in areas of international intervention and conflict, this antology provides essensial practical guidance for researchers and students embarking on fieldwork in violent, repressive and closed contexts. Coverning issues of control and confusion, security and risk, distance and closeness, and sex and sensitivity, the chapters discuss how to negotiate complex grey areas and raise important questions that researchers need to consider before, during and after their time on the ground.
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- Publisher: Bristol University Press
- Page count: 289
- Language: English