Participatory methodology in exploring citizenship : A critical learning process
Ahimbisibwe, K. F., Ndidde, A. N., & Kontinen, T. (2020). Participatory methodology in exploring citizenship : A critical learning process. In K. Holma, & T. Kontinen (Eds.), Practices of Citizenship in East Africa : Perspectives from Philosophical Pragmatism (pp. 159-175). Routledge. Routledge Explorations in Development Studies. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429279171-11
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In this chapter, we shift the focus from analysing citizenship practices to reflecting on learning within the research process of exploring everyday citizenship. To this end, we provide a narrative of our experimentation with participatory research methodology when investigating the daily practices and participation patterns of citizens in two districts in rural Uganda. “Experimentation”, in this context, refers to an endeavour in which we reflectively tested actualizing the participatory methodology that we considered the most appropriate for this research.
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