La recherche sur les soins de santé primaire en Afrique: la recherche sur l'action participative

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Mash, Bob;
(2014)
  • Publisher: AOSIS Publishing

This article is part of the series on African primary care research and focuses on participatory action research. The article gives an overview of the emancipatory-critical research paradigm, the key characteristics and different types of participatory action research. ... View more
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