Reconciling numbers and qualitative data in Young Lives, a 15-year study of children growing up in Ethiopia, Andhra Pradesh India, Peru & Vietnam Virginia Morrow ESRC Research Methods Festival Mixed Methods Panel St Catherine’s College, Oxford 10 th July 2014.
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Reconciling numbers and qualitative data in Young Lives, a 15-year study of children growing up in Ethiopia, Andhra Pradesh India, Peru & Vietnam
ESRC Research Methods Festival Mixed Methods Panel
St Catherine’s College, Oxford
10th July 2014
To acquire understanding of socio-demographic risk factors and potential long-term health consequences
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