NOC:Development Research Methods


Lecture 1 - Reflections on Development Studies and Development Research


Lecture 2 - Types, Forms, and Processes of Development Studies Research


Lecture 3 - The Rigour in Development Studies Research


Lecture 4 - Paradigms of Development Research


Lecture 5 - Development Research-Development Work Continuum and Action Research in Development Studies


Lecture 6 - Ethics in Development Studies and Development Research


Lecture 7 - Literature Study


Lecture 8 - A General Lecture based on M.N. Srinivas's The Fieldworker and the Field


Lecture 9 - Introducing Qualitative Research Methods


Lecture 10 - Introducing Qualitative Research Methods (Continued...)


Lecture 11 - Interviews and Focus Group Discussions


Lecture 12 - Participatory Methods and Approaches


Lecture 13 - Conducting Case Studies and Maintaining Field Diaries


Lecture 14 - Introducing Quantitative Research Methods


Lecture 15 - An Overview of Mixed Methods Research


Lecture 16 - Field Surveys and Inventories


Lecture 17 - Logical Framwork and SWOT Analysis


Lecture 18 - The importance of Census and other Secondary Data in Development Studies


Lecture 19 - Communicating Research


Lecture 20 - Operationalizing Rights-based Approaches to Development


Lecture 21 - Poverty Measures and Analysis


Lecture 22 - Gender-sensitive Indicators and Gender Analysis


Lecture 23 - Social Capital Assessment Tools


Lecture 24 - Moitoring and Evaluation


Lecture 25 - A Final Note