MINOR FIELD STUDY SERIES
1. Stefan Cahling
People’s Participation in Social Forestry in Orissa, India. 1994.
2. Marie-Louise Christensen
Gender and Household Differences in a Soil Conservation Project. A Case Study from Lesotho. 1994.
3. Anna Karlsson
The Situation of Orphaned and ”AIDS-affected” Children in an AIDS-struck Community. An assessment of the children’s situation in Uganda and a brief look at what is being done. 1994.
4. Leif Hjälmeby
The Vietnamese Reform Process and the Question of the Development of the Subsistence Economy in Hanoi. 1994.
5. Lena Magnusson
The Role of the Change Agents - a study on the editorial board members of a newly established environmental newsletter in Dodoma, Tanzania. 1995
6. Sharon Ford
Learning in Ladakh: Education and Development in the Indian Himalayas. 1995
7. Anna-Klara Berglund Disability, Attitudes and Handicap. A case study about attitudes and their implications for people with disabilities in south west Mexico. 1995
8. Mali Nilsson
The Impact of Structural Adjustment on Education. A study on how the World Bank’s Structural Adjustment Programme has affected the educational situation for girls in Zimbabwe. 1995
9. Eva Hellström
Non-Governmental Organizations and their Role in Democratisation. A Minor Field Study in Guinea-Bissau. 1995
10. Johan Ndisi
The Constitutional Framework and Political Opposition in Multy-Party Kenya. 1996
11. Per Vogel
Children in Prostitution in Thailand. Causes and Prevention among Hilltribe Groups in Northern Thailand. 1996
12. Jeanna Bystrand
Building the Capacity of Pediatric Nurses in Vietnam. A Study of the Sweden-Vietnam Health Co-operation Programme. 1996
13. Åsa Bergqvist & Pia Nyman
Democracy - also for women? A study of women’s possibility to participate in the political process and civil society organisations in Zambia. 1996
14. Jenny Hallenberg
Literature Donations to University. A Case Study. 1997
15. Åsa Nilsson
The People of Kiboroloni. Social relations with an emphasis on gender at an African market-place in Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania. 1997
16. Jaqueline Maier Chávez
Mujeres Después de la Guerra. Un estudio sobre la participación de las mujeres en la guerrilla, su desmovilización y las contribuciones de proyectos con perspectiva de género en su proceso de reintegración a la sociedad guatemalteca. 1998
17. Mari-Elina Ekoluoma
Poverty and Plastic Hearts. Women and Prostitution in Olongapo. 1999
18. Andreas Berglöf & Lisa Lindström
”Helpless they were driven - Away they were driven”. The Tonga People’s Perceptions of the Forced Resettlement in 1957 Caused by the Kariba Dam, Zimbabwe. 1999
19. Daniel Wolf-Watz
Breaking the Cycle of Reproduction. Fuelwood Trade in Kiteto District, Tanzania. 2000
20. Anders Åhlin
Trade Unions in Democratisation Processes: A Study of the Role of the General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions (GEFONT) in the Making and Consolidation of Democracy in Nepal. 2000
21. Lasse Einarsson
The Choice of Language of Instruction and Democratic Autonomy in Zanzibar/Tanzania. 2001
22. Annelie Hedemyr
La participación política femenina en Bolivia: Un estudio de mujeres en Cochabamba y en Oruro. 2001
23. Magdalena Abrahamsson
Empowerment strategies in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Uganda. The work of the AIDS Support Organisation with National Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS from a gender and empowerment perspective. 2002
24. Tomas Thernström
Local Participation in the Tourism Development Process. A case study of Sa Pa – Vietnam. 2002
25. Joanna Gough
The Acceptance of the Lok Jumbish Project in Respect of Gender, Caste and Religion. 2003
26. Elin Forsgren
The Cultural Identity of the Maya People of Guatemala and the Agreement on the Identity and Rights of Indigenous Peoples. A study of the observance and effects of the Agreement on the Identity and Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and how it has affected the Maya People in their effort to maintain and exercise their cultural identity. 2003
27. Ethel Marx Blom
Small-Scale Farmers in Niviria. A socio-economic study of a small village in Mozambique, emphasizing its developmental potential and needs, its interaction with neighbouring traditional villages, and its chances to benefit from the Government’s National Cooperation Programme. 2003
28. Herman Geijer
Taking Democracy Back. A field study of Asambleas Populares and the effects of the rebellion of the 19th and 20th of December 2001 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2003
29. Lena Windahl
PDDH. La Procuradoria para la Defesa de los Derechos Humanos. ¿Un Acelerador o un Freno para el Proceso de Democratización en El Salvador? 2004
30. Lena Nilsson
Media Rights in a Multicultural Society. A field study of the effects of the collective media rights decided upon in the Agreement on the Identity and Rights of Indigenous Peoples and of the Maya people’s participation in media. 2004
31. Annika Hermansson
Resistance in Bolivia against Negative Effects of Economic Globalisation – the case of the struggle against the exportation of natural gas. 2004
32. Annika Dalén
Prostitution in Argentina in the Wake of the Economic Crisis. 2004.
33. Helena Henriksson
HIV/AIDS and Social Movement Mobilisation in South Africa. A study of Treatment Action Campaign. 2005.
34. Mariam Persson
”In their eyes we’ll always be rebels” – A Minor Field Study of ex-combatants in Sierra Leone. 2005.
35. Mira Datta
L’approche « genre et développement » de la Suède. Une étude sur son application théorique et pratique par le bureau régional de Diakonia au Burkina Faso. 2006.
36. Jaqueline Carleson
Who is being heard? A study of the PRSP participatory process in Dominica and the importance of political capital. 2006.
37. Ida Hernbrandt Linusson & Anneli Wolauz
Child labour or education? A field study about how much the economy matters when poor households make decisions in educating their children. 2007.
38. Serwa Quarm
“When you become light it’s like a light come in your life”. Examining perceived socio-economic advantages as a motive for skin bleaching. 2007.
39. Andreas Sandberg
Traditional healers in HIV/AIDS alleviation. A descriptive study of collaboration across medical borderlands. 2008.
40. Therese Leijon
Land rights as a way to empower women? A minor field study on the effects of the land formalization program on women in rural Tanzania. 2009.
41. Johanna Nilsson & Camilla Swahn
A Virtuous Spiral? Micro-finance as a way to women’s Empowerment or Disempowerment. 2009.
42. Gustav Cederlöf
Cuba’s Second Revolution. Energy Efficiency and Social Transformation as Effects of Decentralisation and the Idea of Development in the Energy Systems of Pinar del Río. 2009.
43. Minna Levin
The Violent Safe Haven. Teachers’ and Principals’ Perceptions of Student Aggression at Three High Risk Public Schools in San Salvador. 2009.
44. Therese Arnewing
From Fossil Fuels to Bioenergy: Explaining institutional change in India, 2009.
45. Victoria Florinder
Poverty and social capital. A case study of exile Haitians in the Dominican Republic. 2010.
46. Elin Risberg
Broken Promises. Trafficking of Children within Ethiopia for the Purpose of Exploitative Labour, 2011.
47. Marie Persson
Accountability as an Instrument for Change. Civil Society Strategies in HIV/AIDS advocacy in South Africa, 2011.
48. Marcus Wangel
Not All Things Equal – Economic Inequalities and Collective Action in Common Resource Management, 2011.
49. Hellin Brink
Understanding Farmers Choice of Organic and Conventional Agriculture: A Study on Factors Influencing Farm Management in Rural Kerala, 2012.
50. Sofie Hedman
Talking about Islam and Democracy: The Women’s Movement of Jordan: 8 voices from within, 2012.
51. Hanna Höglund
Interacting Structures of Inequality: The lack of women and ethnic minorities in local politics, 2012.
52. Charity Robbins
Strategizing for a Gender Sensitive Constitution: Lessons from the Zimbabwe Women’s Movement, 2013.
53. Lovisa Vildö & Hanna Widén
The Impact of Equal Educational Opportunities on Students from Different Socio-Economic Backgrounds: A minor field study on a secondary school in Tanzania, 2013.
54. Hannah McCarrick
Factors Affecting Mobile Health in Tanzania: A Minor Field Study examining factors that constrain mHealth’s ability to contribute to reduced maternal mortality rates in Tanzania, 2013.