OIRED

Methodology and Training

  • FARM Programme. 1998. Participatory Assessment and Planning (PAP) Process for Community Planning and Natural Resource Management, A Training Manual. FAO-RAP.
  • Feldstein, H. S. & J. Jiggins. 1994. Tools for the Field: Methodologies handbook for gender analysis in agriculture. Connecticut: Kumarian Press.
  • Gates Foundation. Gender checklist.
  • Harris, C. 2007. Pedagogy for Development: Some Reflections on Method. In IDS Working Paper. Insitute of Development Studies.
  • Hickey, S. & G. Mohan. 2004. Participation: from tyranny to transformation? Exploring new approaches to participation in development.New York: Zed Books Ltd.
  • Huq-Hussain, S., A. U. Khan & J. Momsen. 2006. Gender Atlas of Bangladesh.Dhaka: Geographical Solutions  Research Center.
  • Kindon, S., R. Pain & M. Kesby. 2007. Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods: Connecting people, participation and place.New York: Routledge.
  • Moser, C. O. N. 1993. Gender planning and development : theory, practice, and training.London ; New York :: Routledge.
  • Quisumbing, A. R. 2003. Household Decisions, Gender, and Development: A synthesis of recent research.Washington, D.C: International Food Policy Research Institute.
  • Ramazanoglu, C. & J. Holland. 2002. Feminist Methodology: Challenges and Choices.London: Sage Publications Ltd.
  • Rocheleau, D. (1995) Maps, Numbers, Text, and Context: Mixing Methods in Feminist Political Ecology. The Professional Geographer, 47, 458-466.
  • Rocheleau, D., B. Thomas-Slaytor & E. Wangari. 1996. Feminist political ecology : global issues and local experiences.London ; New York: Routledge.
  • Rojas, M. H. 2000. Working with Community-Based Conservation with a Gender Focus: A Guide.Gainesville, FL: MERGE (Managing Ecosystems and Resources with Gender Emphasis).
  • Slocum, R., L. Wichhart, D. Rocheleau & B. Thomas-Slayter. 1995. Power, Process and Participation; Tools for Change.London: ITDG Publishing.
  • Strauss, A. & J. Corbin. 1996. Basics of Qualitative research: Techniques and procedures for developing grounded theory. SAGE.
  • Thomas-Slayter, B., A. L. Esser & M. D. Shields (1993) Tools of Gender Analysis: A Guide to Field Methods for Bringing Gender into Sustainable Resource Management.
  • Thomas-Slayter, B., R. Polestico, A. L. Esser, O. Taylor & E. Mutua. 1995. A Manual for Socio-Economic and Gender Analysis: Responding to the Development Challenge. Clark University.
  • Williams, S., J. Seed & A. Mwau. 1994. The Oxfam Gender Training Manual.Oxford: Oxfam UK.
  • World-Bank. 1995 World Bank Participation Sourcebook. Environmentally Sustainable Development http://www.worldbank.org/wbi/sourcebook/sbhome.htm