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Möglichkeiten und Grenzen partizipativer Forschungsansätze zur Förderung nachhaltiger Entwicklung

Laufzeit: 2000 - 2006

Projektleiter: Dieter Neubert; Franz Heidhues (Universität Hohenheim); Volker Hoffmann (Universität Hohenheim)

Externe Partner: Universität Hohenheim: Dr. Andreas Neef (2000-2006), Meike Geppert (2000-2001), Rupert Friederichsen (2002-2007); Kooperationspartner in Vietnam: Prof. Dr. Dang Kim Vui (TUAF); Kooperationspartner in Thailand: Ass. Prof. Dr. Pittaya Sruamsiri (Chiang Mai University)

Finanzierung: DFG im Rahmen des SFB 564 Nachhaltige Landnutzung und ländliche Entwicklung in Bergregionen Südostasiens


Projektbeschreibung

Im Rahmen des SFB 564 "Nachhaltige Landnutzung und ländliche Entwicklung in Bergregionen Südostasiens" der Universität Hohenheim wurde am Beispiel von Vietnam und Thailand die Einbindung bäuerlicher Zielgruppen in wissenschaftliche Forschungsprozesse durch partizipative Forschung erprobt. Das Ziel dabei war Kleinbauern und deren lokales Wissen, sowie das vorhandene Wissen in Beratungsdiensten, Entwicklungsprojekten und Nichtregierungsorganisationen in den Forschungsprozess des vorgesehenen Sonderforschungsbereichs zu integrieren.

Dieses Teilprojekt entwickelte und erprobte geeignete Methoden zur Einbeziehung von Kleinbauern und anderen institutionellen Partnern, ermittelte notwendige institutionelle Rahmenbedingungen für partizipative Forschung und untersuchte welche Formen partizipativer Forschungsansätze in verschiedenen Phasen des Forschungsprozesses und bei unterschiedlichen Forschungsgegenständen geeignet sind. Besonderes Gewicht wurde auf die geschlechtsspezifischen Besonderheiten bäuerlicher Partizipation gelegt.


Literatur aus dem Projekt

Becu, N., Neef, A., Schreinemachers, P., Sangkapitux, C. 2008: Participatory modeling to support collective decision-making: potential and limits of stakeholder involvement. Land Use Policy 25(4): 498-509.

Neef, A. 2008: Integrating participatory elements in conventional research projects: measuring the costs and benefits. Development in Practice 18(4-5): 576-589.

Neef, A. . 2008: Lost in translation: The participatory imperative and local water governance in North Thailand and Southwest Germany. Water Alternatives 1(1): 89-110.

Neef, A., Friederichsen, R., Neubert, D. . 2008: Juggling multiple roles or falling between all stools? Insider action research in a collaborative agricultural research program in Southeast Asia. Sociologus 1/2008:55-80.

Neef, A., Heidhues, F. . 2008: Sustainable rural development in mountainous regions of Southeast Asia: The case of Thailand and Vietnam. Geographische Rundschau (International Edition) 4(1): 28-33.

Neubert, D., Neef, A., Friederichsen, R. . 2008: Interaktive Methoden: Erfahrungen mit der Verwendung von "Participatory Rural Appraisal" (PRA) in der Forschung (Interactive Methods: Experiences with Using 'Participatory Rural Appraisal' in Scientific Research). In: Cappai, G. (ed.): Methoden der Sozialforschung unter der Bedingung kultureller Fremdheit. [Methods of Social Research under the Condition of Cultural Difference] Lit Verlag, Hamburg, Berlin, Münster. pp. 95-126.

Friederichsen, J.R. 2008: Opening up knowledge production through participatory research? Agricultural research for Vietnam's Northern Uplands. PhD thesis, Institute for Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences in the Tropics and Subtropics (490a), University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.

Neef, A. 2008: Participatory approaches to agricultural research and natural resource management: Potential, pitfalls, prospects. Habilitation thesis, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.

Ekasingh, B., Neef, A. 2007: Synthesis, conclusions and implications for institutional development and future research. In: Heidhues, F. et al. (eds.) Sustainable land use in mountainous regions of Southeast Asia: Meeting the challenges of ecological, socio-economic and cultural diversity. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 394-398.

Ahlheim, M., Neef, A. 2006: Payments for environmental services, tenure security and environmental valuation: concepts and policies towards a better environment. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 45(4): 303-318.

Friederichsen, J.R. 2006: Agricultural sciences in upland northern Vietnam: Situating research in a dynamic environment. Discussion Paper 2/2006, Department of Rural Development Theory and Policy, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.

Friederichsen, R., Neubert, D., Nguyen The Dang 2006: Transfer of technology in new clothes? Translating participatory research into Vietnamese reality. International Symposium "Towards sustainable livelihoods and ecosystems in mountainous regions". 7-9 March 2006, Chiang Mai, Thailand (on CD-Rom).

Heidhues, F., Stahr, K., Nagel U.-J., Thomas, D., Neef, A. 2006: Lessons learned and future challenges for integrated and participatory approaches to mountain research. Journal of Mountain Science 3(4): 347-354.

Heyd, H., Neef, A. 2006: Public participation in water management in northern Thai highlands. Water Policy 8(6): 395-413.

Neef, A., Heidhues, F., Stahr, K., Sruamsiri, P. 2006: Participatory and integrated research in mountainous regions of Thailand and Vietnam: Approaches and lessons learned. Journal of Mountain Science 3(4): 305-324.

Neef, A., Heidhues, F., Stahr, K., Thomas, D., Sruamsiri, P. 2006: Integrated and participatory approaches towards sustainable livelihoods and ecosystems in mountainous regions. Journal of Mountain Science 3(4): 271-275.

Nguyen Duy Linh, Friederichsen, R., Neef, A 2006: Participatory agricultural extension in Northern Upland Vietnam: Challenges of coordinating rural service provision and bridging the farmer/extensionist interface. International Symposium "Towards sustainable livelihoods and ecosystems in mountainous regions". 7-9 March 2006, Chiang Mai, Thailand (on CD-Rom).

Schuler, U., Choocharoen, C., Elstner, P., Neef, A., Stahr, K., Zarei, M., Herrmann, L. 2006: Soil mapping for land-use planning in a karst area of N Thailand with due consideration of local knowledge. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 169(3): 444-452.

Neef, A. 2005: Participatory approaches for sustainable land use in Southeast Asia: An introduction. In: Neef, A. (ed.) Participatory approaches for sustainable land use in Southeast Asia. White Lotus, Bangkok, pp. 3-32.

Neef, A. (ed.) 2005: Participatory approaches for sustainable land use in southeast Asia. White lotus, Bangkok. 411pp.

Neef, A. 2005: Identifying local stakeholders' research priorities: Methodological challenges. In: Gonsalves, J. et al. (eds). Participatory Research and Development for Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management: A Sourcebook. Volume 3: Doing Participatory Research and Development. International Potato Center-Users' Perspectives With Agricultural Research and Development. Laguna, Philippines and International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada. pp. 5-10.

Neef, A., Heidhues, F. 2005: Getting priorities right: Balancing farmers' and scientists' perspectives in participatory agricultural research. In: Neef, A. (ed.) Participatory approaches for sustainable land use in southeast Asia. White Lotus, Bangkok, pp. 99-115.

Neubert, D. 2005: Are promises kept?: Towards a framework for the evaluation of participatory research. In: Neef, A. (ed.) Participatory approaches for sustainable land use in southeast Asia. White lotus, Bangkok, pp. 73-96.

Kanjina, S. 2005: Participatory approaches in tropical agricultural research in German universities: A case study of crop science. MSc thesis, Institute for Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences in the Tropics and Subtropics (490a), University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.

Heyd, H., Neef, A. 2004: Participation in water management. Evidence from the Mae Sa watershed, northern Thailand. Discussion Paper, Environment and Production Technology Division, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington, DC.

Neef, A., Neubert, D. 2004: Assessing participation in agricultural research projects: An analytical framework. Institute of Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences in the Tropics and Subtropics (Ed.) Research in Development Economics and Policy, Discussion paper No. 6/2004, Grauer Verlag, Beuren, Germany.

Heyd, H. 2004: Sustainable watershed management in upland regions of northern Thailand - Analysis of stakeholders, policies and strategies in the upper Ping watershed. MSc thesis, Institute for Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences in the Tropics and Subtropics (490a), University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.

Nguyen Duy Linh 2004: Participatory extension in selected development organizations intervening in Northern mountainuos regions of Vietnam. MSc thesis, Institute for Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences in the Tropics and Subtropics (490a), University of Hohenheim, Germany.

Totragool, D. 2004: Political representation of a Hmong community in the discourse on natural resource management in northern Thailand (in Thai with English report). M.A. thesis, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.

Neef, A. 2003: For discussion: Participatory approaches under scrutiny - Will they have a future? Quarterly Journal of International agriculture 42(4): 489-497.

Neef, A. 2001: Sustainable agriculture in the uplands of northern Vietnam - Attitudes and constraints of ethnic minorities. In: Adger, N., Kelly, P. M. & Nguyen Huu Ninh (eds.): Living with environmental change: Social vulnerability, adaptation and resilience in Vietnam. Routhledge, London, pp. 109-121.

Neef, A., Friederichsen, R., Sangkapitux, C., Nguyen, T.T. 2003: Sustainable livelihoods in mountainous regions of northern Vietnam - From technology-oriented to people-centered concepts. In: Xu Jianchu and Mieksell, S. (eds) Landscapes of diversity: Indigenous knowledge, sustainable livelihoods and resource governance in Montane Mainland Southeast Asia. Yunnan Science and Technology Press, Kunming, pp. 495-506.

Neef, A. 2002: Danh gia thanh cong cua nghien cuu nong nghiep co su tham gia: Mot so van de mang tinh khai niem. Assessing success of participatory agricultural research - Some conceptual considerations. In: Neef, A., Nguyen The Dang and Heidhues, F. (ed.) Danh gia su tham gia trong cac du an nghien cuu va phat trien o Vietnam (Assessing participation in research and development projects in Vietnam). Nha Xuat Ban Nong Nghiep (Agricultural publishing house), Ha Noi, pp. 57-70.

Neef, A., Heidhues, F. 2002: Xac dinh dung cac uu tien - Lam the nao de can bang quan diem cua ngoui nong dan va nha khoa hoc trong phuong phap nghien cuu nong nghiep sco su tham gia cua ngoui dan? Getting priorities right? How to balance farmers' and scientists' perspective in participatory agricultural research? In: Neef, A., Nguyen The Dang and Heidhues, F. (ed.) Danh gia su tham gia trong cac du an nghien cuu va phat trien o Vietnam (Assessing participation in research and development projects in Vietnam). Nha Xuat Ban Nong Nghiep.

Neef, A., Nguyen, T.D., Heidhues, F 2002: Danh gia su tham gia trong cac du an nghien cuu va phat trien o Vietnam. (Assessing participation in research and development projects in Vietnam.) Agricultural publishing house, Hanoi, Vietnam (in Vietnamese).

Neubert, D. 2002: Nhung loi hua co duoc thuc hien khong? Xay dung khung danh gia du an nghien cuu co su tham gia. Are promises kept? Towards a framework for the evaluation of participatory research. In: Neef, A., Nguyen The Dang & Heidhues, F. (ed.) Danh gia su tham gia trong cac du an nghien cuu va phat trien o Viet Nam. (Assessing participation in research and development projects in Vietnam). Nha Xuat Ban Nong Nghiep (Agricultural Publishing House), Ha Noi, pp. 34-56.

Fischer, I. 2002. Media supported communication in agricultural extension and participatory rural development in northern Thailand. Diploma thesis, Institute for Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences in the Tropics and Subtropics (490a), University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.

Sundström, C. 2002: Statuspositionen und Selbstwahrnehmung von Frauen bei den Hmong in Thailand. Magisterarbeit, Institut für Ethnologie, Freie University of Berlin, Germany.


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