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The decision-making process of synthetic pesticide use in agricultural communities in Colombia: a grounded theory approach
Revista Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública
Objective: to explore the decision-making process of agricultural workers associated with pesticide use and exposure; and to discover if these processes differ between pesticide users and non users. and the characteristics of these differences Methods: his study used a grounded theory approach to understand the decision-making process for pesticide use/non-use among agricultural workers in San Cristobal, Colombia. This study involved participantobservation, individual interviews, and focusdoi:10.17533/udea.rfnsp.e331277 fatcat:3c2nsjn5hra25k5b7yfxcawbbu