Jennifer Pearson, Simon Robinson
In the past few years, there has been a surge of research focused around the so-called developing world. Much of this work is currently conducted by researchers trained in the West, moving from more privileged environments to a completely new place, in an entirely different contextcommonly known as research in the wild. It's easy, when undergoing such a shift, and despite having read much of the literature, to have many preconceived notions about the type of environment you're going to encounter in this new situation. Our work has recently followed this same path. As early-career researchers, we have been…
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