Participatory Research and Development for Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management: A Sourcebook - Vol. 3

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Contents
Participatory Research and Development: A Sourcebook Overviewiii
Acknowledgementsviii
Table of Contentsxi
User’s Guidexvi
Indexxix
VOLUME 1: UNDERSTANDING PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT1
Volume Overview2
Typologies and Concepts3
1Definitions, Assumptions, Characteristics and Types of Farmer Participatory Research (Daniel Selener)5
2Prototypical Approaches to Innovation Development (Kirsten Probst and Jürgen Hagmann)16
3Participatory Approaches to Agricultural Research and Extension (Scott Killough)23
4The Quality of Participation: Critical Reflections on Decision Making, Context and Goals (Ronnie Vernooy)32
5An Agroecological Basis for Natural Resource Management Among Poor Farmers in Fragile Lands (Miguel A. Altieri)41
6Participatory Research and Development in Natural Resource Management: Towards Social and Gender Equity (Elizabeth Fajber)51
7Understanding and Getting the Most from Farmers’ Local Knowledge (Jeffery W. Bentley and Peter S. Baker)58
8Indigenous Knowledge: A Conceptual Framework and a Case from Solomon Islands (Ellen Woodley)65
9Participatory Research Approaches: Some Key Concepts (Sung Sil Lee Sohng)75
10Property Rights, Collective Action and Technologies for Natural Resource Management (Anna Knox and Ruth Meinzen-Dick)79
11Innovation Systems Perspective: From Measuring Impact to Learning Institutional Lessons (Andrew Hall, V. Rasheed Sulaiman, Norman Clark and B. Yoganand)87
12Participatory Development Communication: Reinforcing the Participatory NRM Research and Action Process (Guy Bessette)94
13Monitoring and Evaluating Participatory Research and Development: Some Key Elements (Ronnie Vernooy)104
14Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation with Pastoralists (Ann Waters-Bayer, Wolfgang Bayer and Annette von Lossau)113
15Outcome Mapping: Striking a Balance Between Accountability and Learning (Raj K. Verma)118

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