The Ten Beads method: a novel way to collect quantitative data in rural Uganda

Main Article Content

Francis Mulekya Bwambale *
Cheryl A. Moyer
Innocent Komakech
Fred Wabwire-Mangen
Jody R. Lori
(*) Corresponding Author:
Francis Mulekya Bwambale | bwambale@umich.edu

Abstract

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.

Downloads month by month

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

Article Details