Qualitative methods & analysis

The Art of Rich Pictures (6/8) - Health

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The Open University released a series of 8 videos, which together explore the concept of Rich Pictures and the many ways images have evolved into communication tools. This sixth video focuses on how communicative art is used as a therapeutic tool. 

The Art of Rich Pictures (5/8) - Storytelling

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The Open University released a series of 8 videos, which together explore the concept of Rich Pictures and the many ways images have evolved into communication tools. This fifth video focuses on how people tell stories and complex narratives with rich pictures.

The Art of Rich Pictures (4/8) - Using Rich Pictures

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The Open University released a series of 8 videos, which together explore the concept of Rich Pictures and the many ways images have evolved into communication tools. This fourth video focuses on the use of rich pictures.

The Art of Rich Pictures (3/8) - Rich Pictures

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The Open University released a series of 8 videos, which together explore the concept of Rich Pictures and the many ways images have evolved into communication tools. This third video focuses on the nature of rich pictures and how they help us to communicate.

The Art of Rich Pictures (2/8) - Icons & Signs

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The Open University released a series of 8 videos, which together explore the concept of Rich Pictures and the many ways images have evolved into communication tools. This second video focuses on icons as a communication medium.

The Art of Rich Pictures (1/8) - Communicative Art

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The Open University released a series of 8 videos, which together explore the concept of Rich Pictures and the many ways images have evolved into communication tools. The first video focuses on how images communicate messages.

Who counts? The quiet revolution of participation and numbers

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Author(s): Chambers, Robert

Publication Date: 2007 

In this IDS working paper, Robert Chambers raises issues of ownership and power in relation to participatory methods taken to scale. Questions are raised of the mix and balance of extraction and empowerment, and whether and how the quiet revolution of participatory approaches and methods can get the best of both qualitative and quantitative worlds.

3ie: Addressing attributions of cause and effect in small n impact evaluations: towards an integrated framework

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Author(s): White, H; Philips, D.

Publication Date: 2012 

In this working paper of the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), White and Philips examine whether consensus can be created about impact evaluation approaches suitable for small n analysis. Adequate approaches do exist. However, explicit and systemic approaches to qualitative data collection and analysis need to be incorporated as part of any small n evaluation.

InterAction Guidance Note 1: Introduction to impact evaluation

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Author(s): Rogers, Patricia (for InterAction)

Publication Date: 2012 

This is the first guidance note in a four-part series of notes related to impact evaluation developed by InterAction, with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation.

Equal Access Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation toolkit

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Author(s): Lennie, J., Tacchi, J., Koirala, B., Wilmore, M., Skuse, A.

Publication Date: 2011 

This toolkit provides six modules that you can use in your organisation to find out how well you are doing and what impacts your communication for development (C4D) programs are making. The toolkit is among others guided by principles of the Communication for Social Change approach to C4D and the principles of Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E).