This guide has been written for all qualified social analysts sociologists, anthropologists and human geographers who need to apply their expertise in practical development work that benefits developing countries. Though it will be of interest to all social development specialists, part one of the guide is specifically aimed at helping social analysts who are just starting to apply their knowledge to practical social development issues. It describes the functions and responsibilities of social analysts working on development projects in multi-disciplinary teams. The social analyst's role is described from their initial investigation of social issues, through their contribution to project design, to the support they provide in the assessment of the achievements of completed projects. Part Two provides materials that should be useful to both new and experienced social analysts. It provides: checklists of social issues by sector, sample logical frameworks from a number of projects, guidance on the participation of women in development and an extensive bibliography of sources of information on all aspects of social development. The book is designed for qualified social analysts - sociologists, anthropologists and human geographers - who have little or no experience of applying their knowledge as development practitioners.
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Book Description Unipub, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st Ed.. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0115802584