Practical Guide to Using Dynamic Public Reflective Equilibrium

Our project adapted a method of qualitative research – dynamic public reflective equilibrium – created by Wolff and de-Shalit (2007) to the situation of social exclusion of an identity-based group in Rwanda. This manual takes our experience of using and adapting this methodology in Rwanda to provide a practical guide to it.

Disclaimer! This is not a handbook for conducting qualitative research. It is intended, instead, to be a guide to this methodological approach and assumes familiarity with designing qualitative research and of carrying it in the field.  Practical Manual_FINAL

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