REFLECTIONS ON COLLECTING AND DISSEMINATING RESEARCH DATA: A JOURNEY THROUGH KENYA
Results from research are often put into a convenient and accessible format for the intended audience. But who determines what is important, who the audience is and the format to disseminate that information? An immediate response may be—the research team. However, how does the research process and the learning that takes place affect them? What do they learn along the way? This article provides a perspective to illustrate how the research process itself can impact those who are part of the process—the research team—during the fieldwork preparation, data collection, data analysis and dissemination of results.
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