Centre for Global Development

Researchers in Development PhD Network

RiDNet Workshop, 2013

In this section:

Overview

The Researchers in Development PhD Network (RiDNet) is a multi-disciplinary, cross faculty network for PhD and early career researchers working in international development at the University of Leeds.

The purpose of the network is to share ideas and build links among PhD and early career researchers working on development issues.

The network will be hosting events throughout the year, including seminars, discussions, workshops, conferences, and socials.

PhD Fieldwork Locations

This section shows where some of RiDNet’s members have conducted their fieldwork. Current students who are planning to conduct, or will be conducting, their fieldwork in a specific location may use it as a resource.

Resources

Many of our events have produced valuable resources that can aid you in your research or fieldwork. Click on the events below for information from the event, in addition to a number of resources.

  • Practical Fieldwork Notes - Conducting Fieldwork in Development Contexts: Reflexive Approaches to Practical Issues

    The Practical Fieldwork Notes are based on presentations given at the 1st Researchers in Development Network (RiDNet) Conference, Conducting Fieldwork in Development Contexts: Reflexive Approaches to Practical Issues

  • Working with Research Assistants and Translators in Overseas Fieldwork

    Notes from the seminar 'Working with Research Assistants/ Translators in Overseas Fieldwork'.

  • Ethics in Overseas Fieldwork

    Notes and materials from a seminar aimed at PhD Researchers who will be conducting or have conducted their fieldwork overseas in low to middle income countries. It focused on both general ethical issues of conducting fieldwork overseas, as well as provided guidance for filling in the University of Leeds ethical approval form.

  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration

    Notes and presentations from a workshop supporting collaboration among postgraduate development researchers, development academics and practitioners. The workshop was organized around two main themes: interdisciplinary collaboration and researcher-practitioner collaboration.

  • Fieldwork Advice

    Notes from a seminar called "Lessons from my Fieldwork", aimed at PhD Researchers conducting fieldwork in low to middle income countries. For those who had done their fieldwork, it was an opportunity to reflect on experiences and share ideas.

  • Risk & Risk Assessment in Overseas Fieldwork

    Notes from a seminar on Risk & Risk Assessment in Overseas Fieldwork, facilitated by Jon Presten and Sarah Burdall from Health and Safety. Includes resources to help you fill in your risk assessment form.

  • Making Sense of Qualitative Data: Coding Strategies

    Notes from a 'Brown Bag Lunch' set up to discuss different approaches available for coding qualitative data, (in particular interviews and fieldnotes) and techniques to define categories that run across a data set.

Conferences

 

 

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