The death of the clinic?: Participatory Urban Appraisal (PUA) in a Dominican barrio

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The article describes the experience of participatory research in a squatter settlement in the Dominican Republic. The research was undertaken as part of a larger study which aimed to explore the links between urban women's changing and multiple productive roles and their health. The article summarises the qualitative participatory research, concentrating on the implications of PUA, in terms of method (what worked, and what did not), and where appropriate, substance (the urban debates uncovered in the process).

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The article will be of particular interest to researchers investigating women's health issues.
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