The Ten Beads method: a novel way to collect quantitative data in rural Uganda
AbstractThis paper illustrates how locally appropriate methods can be used to collect quantitative data from illiterate respondents. This method uses local beads to represent quantities, which is a novel yet potentially valuable methodological improvement over standard Western survey methods.
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