Working with teams of "insiders": Qualitative approaches to data collection in the Global South

  title={Working with teams of "insiders": Qualitative approaches to data collection in the Global South},
  author={E. Schatz and N. Angotti and S. Madhavan and Christie Sennott},
  journal={Demographic Research},
  • E. Schatz, N. Angotti, +1 author Christie Sennott
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • Demographic Research
  • AbstractBACKGROUNDThe convergence of two qualitative methodological strategies - working in "teams" and with "insiders" - can facilitate access, efficiency, and insights into research questions of interest to demographers. Even though this approach is becoming more common among population researchers in the Global South to address a range of research questions, little has been published that describes the method and critically assesses its strengths and weaknesses.OBJECTIVEWe draw on three… CONTINUE READING
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