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Title: EESI Programme 2006-7 1H1143 Sustainable Rural and Urban Development Scientific Paper Writing, LFA and Change Project Staff


1
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentScientific Paper Writing,
LFA and Change Project Staff
  • Head Lecturer and responsible for Course
  • Nils Viking
  • Head of International Programmes
  • Department of Urban Studies
  • School of Architecture and the Built Environment
  • Architect, BArch (Strathclyde) MSA/SAR, RIBA
  • Planner, MSc in Urban Planning Studies (Oxford
    Brookes)
  • Researcher, PhD in Urban Planning (KTH)
  • Tel 790 92 42 e-mail nils_at_infra.kth.se

2
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentScientific Paper Writing,
LFA and Change Project Staff, cont
  • Course Assistant
  • Feras Hammami
  • Architect
  • BArch (Al-Najah)
  • MSc in Spatial Planning (KTH)
  • Tel 790 92 42 e-mail firas_at_infra.kth.se

3
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentScientific Paper Writing,
LFA and Change Project Agenda
  • Change Project
  • Scientific Paper Writing
  • LFA for Prescription
  • Questions
  • Break
  • Exercise

4
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFAChange Project
  • Identification of Change Project Problem
  • - Problem to be critical for sustainable urban
    or rural
  • development in one Team Members home country
  • context
  • - if Team wishes, Problem can be located in any
    country
  • with which Team Member is familiar
  • - Problem must be directly related to Teams
    assigned
  • MDG (as per Course Web announcement)

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EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFAChange Project, cont
  • Identification of Change Project Problem, cont
  • - Problem must be related to established
    target(s) of
  • Teams assigned MDG, or, if convincingly
    argued,
  • to other target(s) of your own formulation
  • - Chosen target(s) indicators must be addressed
  • - paper on Change Project to constitute
    Examination
  • Paper written with IMRAD base and LFA input

7
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing
  • IMRAD-base
  • - Introduction
  • - Method
  • - Results
  • - And
  • - Discussion
  • references
  • - Day, RA. Wow to Write and Publish A Scientific
    Paper, 5th
  • Edition. ORYX Press. Westport. Canada.
  • - Viking, N with Österberg, R. Thesis Work in
  • Regional Planning. KTH Infrastructure.

8
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing,
cont
  • Structure
  • Title
  • Abstract
  • 1 Introduction - microcosm of whole paper
  • 2 Method - incl theory
  • 3 Results - here, anticipated
  • 4 Discussion - here, incl LFA-based prescription
  • 5 Summary
  • Lists of Figures - diagrams, matrices,
    photographs, maps, etc
  • List of Tables
  • Glossary
  • List of Abbreviations/Acronyms
  • Bibliography/References 

9
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing,
cont
  • 1 Introduction
  • 1.1 Problem Formulation (visit also LFA)
  • all of problem formulation in
    Introduction!
  • 1.1.1 General problem field (the real problem)
  • - problem set in wider context, eg human
  • settlement crises or environmental
    sustainability
  • (MDG 7)
  • 1.1.2 Specific problem area (the real problem)
  • - problem in focused setting, eg inadequate
    water and
  • sanitation (Target x in MDG 7), in local
    context
  • (describe briefly (anecdotal form to
    illustrate is
  • permitted and often useful)(LFA)

10
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing
1 Introduction, cont
  • 1.1 Problem Formulation (visit also LFA), cont
  • 1.1.3 Research problem (the scientific problem)
  • - operational for the paper, ie how to
    design or organise a
  • change project to resolve the real
    problem, eg how to sort
  • out inadequate sanitation (visit LFA)
  • 1.1.4 Research(able) questions (the scientific
    problems)
  • - formulate them, as they relate to your
    research problem,
  • precisely, so that you may manage
    answers with given
  • scope

11
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingScientific Paper Writing
1 Introduction, cont
  • 1.1.5 Delimitation
  • related important issues that you cannot
    manage to
  • deal with
  • - state related problem areas incl
    crosscutting issues,
  • which you need to assume away (park)
    for lack of
  • resources (time, etc) with present
    paper (do not
  • state here all you will do that must
    be implicit
  • under objectives and explicit under
    research
  • questions
  • - you may encounter delimited items as
    you go take
  • note and deal with in your Discussion
    as areas useful
  • to research further for a deeper and
    broader under-
  • standing of the problematic

12
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing
1 Introduction, cont
  • 1.2 Aim and Objectives
  • - all of Aim and Objectives in Introduction!
  • - formulate aim (long term) as
    contribution to know-
  • ledge on your (a) General Problem Field
    and/or
  • (b) Specific Problem Area, eg, (a) human
    settlement
  • crises or (b) inadequate sanitation
  • - formulate objectives (short term,
    operational for your
  • paper on the Change Project) as to conduct
    research to
  • find answers to your research problems
    research
  • questions, eg on how to facilitate safe
    sanitation as part
  • of meeting Target x in reaching MDG 7 on
    environmental
  • sustainability

13
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing
1 Introduction, cont
  • 1.3 Method
  • brief summary, here, in Introduction
  • (see 2 Method, below)
  • 1.3.1 Theoretical framework
  • 1.3.2 Methodological approach
  • 1.3.3 Method and techniques
  • 1.4 Results
  • 1.5 Discussion

Main texts in 2 Method, 3 Results and 4
Discussion, below
14
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing -
Method
  • 2 Method
  • 2.1 Theoretical framework
  • - your own construct as it emerges in
    dialogue with the
  • research front on, ie from review of
    literature,
  • Internet, etc
  • - structured so that you provide your own
    idea, or
  • theory, of theory, policy, approach or
    project
  • reviewed, ie provide
  • a) account short description
  • b) critique comment on breadth, depth, and
    utility,
  • ie useful, interesting, theoretical,
    applied, etc
  • c) relevance what is directly or indirectly
    useful to
  • your own paper objectives

Main text here

15
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing
Method, cont
  • 2.2 Methodological approach
  • qualitative and/or quantitative likely to
    be both
  • desk-top study or field study desk-top,
    unlikely that
  • resources may be found, here, to go to
    field
  • case study unlikely, due to lack of
    available data
  • explorative yes, here is a chance!
  • descriptive yes, you need to describe the
    real problem
  • under study
  • explanatory yes, if you can manage to
    unveil causal
  • relations, here given limited resources
  • prescriptive/normative - yes, but only if
    you may first be
  • explanatory!

16
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing
Method, cont
  • 2.3 Method and techniques
  • identification of real problem (see LFA)
  • decision on delimitation
  • research front (literature) review
  • own empirical (real life) observations
  • interviews, questionnaires (if you can
    manage)
  • analysis of research front review and
    empirical
  • observations for result presentation

17
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing -
Results
  • 3 Results
  • Classification and presentation of results
    from
  • analysis in preparation for ensuing
    discussion
  • (account for, but do not discuss your
    results in
  • Results section)

Main text here
18
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing -
Discussion
  • 4 Discussion
  • 4.1 Relate, ie discuss, your results to
  • - your problem formulation, ie research
    problem
  • (eg, is the problem a pertinent and real one?)
  • - your delimitation, ie to what was assumed
    away
  • (did something surface as you went along that
    you
  • need to raise for future studies for a broader
    and
  • deeper understanding of the problematic?)

Main text here
19
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing
Discussion, cont
  • 4.1 Relate, ie discuss, your results to, cont
  • - your theoretical framework, ie compare
    results with
  • that of other authors or sources
  • - your idea of a way forward, ie here comes
    your
  • prescription you become normative

20
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA Scientific Paper Writing,
cont
  • 5 Summary
  • - provide brief account of contents as of
  • Introduction, but much briefer
  • - do not introduce anything not dealt with
    earlier

Main text here
21
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA LFA for Prescription
  • LFA is used to
  • - identify problems and needs for
    intervention
  • - setting priorities
  • - plan and implement development projects
  • - follow-up and evaluate development projects
  • Reference
  • - next page

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EESI Programme 2005-61H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA LFA for Prescription, cont
  • LFA is
  • - an instrument for logical analysis and
    structured
  • thinking in project planning
  • - a framework for structuring a dialogue between
  • stakeholders
  • - a planning instrument, encompassing different
  • elements in a process of change
  • - an instrument to create and check
    participation,
  • accountability and ownership of a policy,
  • approach and/or project

24
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project, Scientific
Paper Writing and LFA LFA for Prescription, cont
  • LFA steps
  • - project context analysis
  • - stakeholder analysis
  • - problem analysis, including problem causes
  • - aim and objectives analysis
  • - plan of activities, including resources
    mobilisation
  • - measurable indicators (of outcome to result
    from
  • inputs) to follow-up if project is on intended
    path
  • - risk analysis and risk management (incl Plan
    B, C,
  • etc)
  • - assumptions analysis

25
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper Writing
  • Questions?

26
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingExercise
  • 1 Problem identification
  • assume that Team is to plan and implement a
    development project, ie a Change Project, to
    solve a problem
  • - What is the real problem for intervention,
  • using LFA?
  • State here

27
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingExercise 1 problem
identification, cont
  • What is the real problem context, using LFA?
  • - State here
  • What is the research problem, using Scientific
    Paper Writing?
  • - State here

28
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper Writing Exercise, cont
  • 2 Stakeholders
  • Who are the Stakeholders, using LFA?
  • - State here

29
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingExercise, cont
  • 3 Aim and Objectives
  • What is the Aim of the Intervention, using LFA?
  • - State here
  • What is the Aim of the Change Project Paper,
    using Scientific Paper Writing?
  • - State here

30
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingExercise, cont
  • What is the Objective of the Intervention, using
    LFA?
  • - State here
  • What is the Objective of the Change Project
    Paper, using Scientific Paper Writing?
  • - State here

31
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingExercise, cont
  • 4 Limitations/Delimitations
  • What are the Limitations of the Intervention,
    using LFA?
  • - State here
  • ? What are the Delimitations of the Change
    Project Paper, using Scientific Paper Writing?
  • - State here

32
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingExercise, cont
  • 5 Methodology
  • What is your methodology to realise the Change
    Project, using LFA?
  • - State here
  • What is your methodology in your Change Project
    Paper, using Scientific Paper Writing?
  • - State here

33
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingExercise Methodology,
cont
  • What are your anticipated results for your Change
    Project, using LFA?
  • - State here
  • What are your anticipated results in your Change
    Project Paper, using Scientific Paper Writing?
  • - State here

34
EESI Programme 2006-71H1143 Sustainable Rural
and Urban DevelopmentChange Project and Applied
Scientific Paper WritingExercise, cont
  • What are your anticipated Interventions for your
    Change Project to be realised, using LFA?
  • - State here
  • What are your anticipated Prescriptions in your
    Change Project Paper, using Scientific Paper
    Writing?
  • - State here
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