This booklet has been developed to guide programme and project leaders through the process of carrying out a DCA (dynamic contextual analysis) focusing on young people's sexual and reproductive health. It includes sections on planning, conducting the fieldwork, analysing and disseminating the findings and finally using the findings to influence best practice. A variety of methodologies and procedures are proposed that can be freely adapted to suit individual research contexts and the resources available.
A list of resources available on the internet is provided.
Chalmers, H.; Ingham, R.; Cleland, J.; Castle, S.; Stone, N.; Aggleton, P.; Partridge, R. Dynamic Contextual Analysis of Young People’s Sexual Health. (2001) 57 pp.
Dynamic Contextual Analysis of Young People’s Sexual Health.