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1Lec 1: Reflections on Development Studies & Development ResearchDownloadPDF unavailable
2Lec 2: Types, Forms, and Processes of Development Studies ResearchDownloadPDF unavailable
3Lec 3: The Rigour in Development Studies ResearchDownloadPDF unavailable
4Lec 4: Paradigms of Development ResearchDownloadPDF unavailable
5Lec 5: Development Research-Development Work Continuum and Action Research in Development StudiesDownloadPDF unavailable
6Lec 6: Ethics in Development Studies and Development ResearchDownloadPDF unavailable
7Lec 7: Literature StudyDownloadPDF unavailable
8Lec 8: A General Lecture based on M.N. Srinivas's "The Fieldworker and the Field"DownloadPDF unavailable
9Lec 9: Introducing Qualitative Research MethodsDownloadPDF unavailable
10Lec 10: Introducing Qualitative Research Methods (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
11Lec 11: Interviews and Focus Group DiscussionsDownloadPDF unavailable
12Lec 12: Participatory Methods and ApproachesDownloadPDF unavailable
13Lec 13: Conducting Case Studies and Maintaining Field DiariesDownloadPDF unavailable
14Lec 14: Introducing Quantitative Research MethodsDownloadPDF unavailable
15Lec 15: An Overview of Mixed Methods ResearchDownloadPDF unavailable
16Lec 16. Field Surveys and InventoriesDownloadPDF unavailable
17Lec 17: Logical Framwork and SWOT AnalysisDownloadPDF unavailable
18Lec 18: The importance of Census and other Secondary Data in Development StudiesDownloadPDF unavailable
19Lec 19: Communicating ResearchDownloadPDF unavailable
20Lec 20: Operationalizing Rights-based Approaches to DevelopmentDownloadPDF unavailable
21Lec 21: Poverty Measures and AnalysisDownloadPDF unavailable
22Lec 22: Gender-sensitive Indicators and Gender AnalysisDownloadPDF unavailable
23Lec 23: Social Capital Assessment ToolsDownloadPDF unavailable
24Lec 24: Moitoring & EvaluationDownloadPDF unavailable
25Lec 25: A Final NoteDownloadPDF unavailable