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Mistakes, crises and research independence - recommended article

Interesting and useful article about the challenges of development research and fieldwork

Mohamed Photo By Aymen Bettaleb: ‘Field’ [CC BY 2.0]
Mohamed Photo By Aymen Bettaleb: ‘Field’ [CC BY 2.0]

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