How to do research with refugee community

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Moore, Tim and Saunders, Vicky. (2013) How to do research with refugee community [Dataset].
AuthorsMoore, Tim and Saunders, Vicky
Abstract

Interview transcripts and small demographic survey. Interviews from 3 focus groups and notes from 2 additional focus groups.

The data were collected to explore how the refugee communities would like to be included in research, the types of methods, methodology that would be useful to them and what are some of the issues that they would like to have researched.

Data format: MS Word documents for the survey and mp3 files for the recordings of the interviews.

Year2013
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