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Tipping Point MEL Methods Brief: Social Norms Measurement (French)

L'analyse combinée des données qualitatives des FDG, Photovoice et Sensemaker s'est révélé être un une façon de mesurer le rôle du Tipping Point dans l'évolution des normes sociales au Bangladesh et au Népal. Le cadre SNAP est au cœur de comprendre l'évolution des normes sociales en informant non seulement la construction d'outils mais aussi la fourniture d'un cadre analytique qui lie directement la recherche à la conception des programmes. Ce dossier examine comment Tipping Point a combiné ces approches pour mesurer la norme sociale.


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