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Anthropologie & développement replaces the Bulletin de l'APAD. It promotes research for an understanding of the dynamics of social change, public policies and development projects. It deals not only with public action within "developing" countries or countries affected by humanitarian crises and policies, but also with the policies and practices of aid institutions. It also aims to valorise dialogue between social science researchers and development practitioners.

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44 | 2016
Défis et potentiels des recherches de terrain engagées en sciences sociales

Challenges and Potentials of Engaged Fieldwork Research in Social Sciences
Edited by Emmanuelle Piccoli and Jacinthe Mazzocchetti
Couverture Anthropologie & développement n°44, 2016
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Credits : Maquette de couverture : Jacky Bouju ; Photo de couverture : Emmanuelle Piccoli
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