Talented and eager ethnographic researchers wanted to conduct case studies of health information and social action interventions in Tanzania and Indonesia. The research project is being conducted by scholars and practitioners at the Ash Center of the Harvard Kennedy School and the Results for Development Institute in Washington, D.C. Each scholar will be expected to closely observe between 5-10 communities in one of the two countries for two years to document the social and political processes of informational intervention, dissemination, reception, social action, and response. These case studies will be paired with separate quantitative survey studies of a larger group of communities. This project is ideal for doctoral students who plan to do field work and write dissertations in either Tanzania or Indonesia. Research project will provide travel, a stipend of $26,000 per year, and language training as needed. Strong references a must and prior field research experience a strong plus.
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