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This 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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Bwambale F, Moyer C, Komakech I, Wabwire-Mangen F, Lori J. The Ten Beads method: a novel way to collect quantitative data in rural Uganda. Journal of Public Health Research [Internet]. 12Jul.2013 [cited 18Mar.2018];2(1):e6. Available from: http://www.jphres.org/index.php/jphres/article/view/jphr.2013.e6
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