- 1 August 2015
Doing qualitative field research on gender norms with adolescent girls and their families
- Author: Fiona Samuels, Nicola Jones, Carol Watson, Sophie Brodbeck
- Published by: ODI
This research and practice note aims to add to the existing guidance available on the principles and ethics of conducting qualitative research with children and young people. It draws out some key pointers to bear in mind when undertaking qualitative research on gender norms with adolescent girls. It describes a step-by-step process for using four innovative or visual tools based on the authors’ experience of researching the impact of gender norms on adolescent girls in Nepal, Uganda and Viet Nam.
- Economic empowerment, Education, Psychosocial well-being, Female genital mutilation/cutting, Data, tools and measurement
- Countries / Regions:
- Nepal, Uganda, Viet Nam, South Asia, South-East Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa