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Journal of Urban Health

, Volume 83, Supplement 1, pp 113–124

First Online: 24 August 2006

Abstract

This article reports on the use of respondent-driven sampling RDS in participatory and community-based research. Participant-driven recruitment PDR retains all of the analytic capabilities of RDS while enhancing the role of respondents in framing research questions, instrument development, data interpretation, and other aspects of the research process. Merging the capabilities of RDS with participatory research methods, PDR creates new opportunities for engaging community members in research addressing social issues and in utilizing research findings within community contexts. This article outlines PDR’s synthesis of RDS and participatory research approaches, describes how PDR is implemented in community contexts, and provides two examples of the use of PDR, illustrating its process, potentials, and challenges.

KeywordsParticipant-driven recruitment Respondent-driven sampling Community-based participatory research Participatory research Action research Tiffany is with the HIV-AIDS Education Project, Cornell University College of Human Ecology Family Life Development Center, Ithaca, New York, USA.

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Author: Jennifer S. Tiffany

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