Incorporating Intersectional Gender Analysis
into Research on Infectious Diseases of Poverty
A toolkit for health researchers
The following subsections of this module respond to each of these objectives, leaving the reader with some key questions and literature sources to consider after reading this module.
• Explore how research methods, in particular participatory approaches, can be used to transform inequitable gender norms within communities
• Discuss key considerations necessary when thinking about how power dynamics can be measured.
• Incorporate participatory research methodology into research design to transform inequitable gender power relations
• Use participatory research methods totransform inequitable gender power relations
5.1 Why transform inequitable gender norms through research?
5.2 Why conventional research methods might
5.3 Why transform inequitable gender norms through research?
5.3.1 Participatory action research as a catalyst for change
5.3.2 Participatory health research and the links to feminist principles
5.4 Indicators for transformative change
5.5 Alternative methods to measure change: Most Significant Change techniques