By: H Slim and P Thompson
168 pages, Illus
Examination of the concept of participation in both the North and South which explores the limitations and ambiguities of oral methods. Essentially it is a guide to collecting, interpreting and using the oral testimony of the people on whose actions and commitments development ultimately depends.
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