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Poor Philanthropist: How and why the poor help each other

Poor Philanthropist: How and why the poor help each other

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Self-help is a principle all groups admire and often desire, but too many people
assume it means that those disadvantaged by condition or colour should be able to lift
themselves by their own bootstraps, even when they have no boots.
Self-help is a principle all groups admire and often desire, but too many people
assume it means that those disadvantaged by condition or colour should be able to lift
themselves by their own bootstraps, even when they have no boots.

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The poorphilanthropist
How and why the poor help each other
ow and why the poor help each other
Susan Wilkinson-Maposa, Alan Fowler, Ceri Oliver-Evans and Chao F.N. Mulenga
 
The poorphilanthropist
How and why the poor help each other
Susan Wilkinson-Maposa, Alan Fowler, Ceri Oliver-Evans and Chao F.N. Mulenga
 
iv
List of tables and figures
v
Acronyms
vi
Foreword 
viii
Acknowledgements
ix
Executive summary 
1Introduction1
Background
2
Locating the inquiry
3
The boundaries of the inquiry
6
Teams, time and intentions
7
Reflections
Part one: Setting up the inquiry
11Chapter 1: Research approach and methodology12
The use of grounded theory
12
The BCP conceptual framework
15
Research design
19
Methodological issues and challenges
21
Summary
23Chapter 2: The sample frame24
The context of poverty
25
Developing the sample frame
29
The sample frame and participant profile
31
Summary
Part two: Principal findings and interpretation
35Chapter 3: Key features of help36
Question 1: What is help?
40
Question 2: Who do you help and who helps you?
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Referenced the report in a comment http://lnkd.in/XHYHsA in LinkedIn Group http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=137043 (Open Development Technology Alliance)
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