The Social Analysis System (SAS) is a body of techniques and software tools that help people move beyond the 'technical fix' approach to social change and development, taking the social dimension seriously in projects that require effective dialogue between stakeholders.
SAS was developed by Jacques M. Chevalier at Carleton University with support from the International Development Research Centre (Ottawa, Canada).
CPCS links to SAS for two reasons:-
Rep IV manuals and software can be downloaded here.
WebGrid can be accessed here.
Related reports can be downloaded here.
Mailing list related to PCP, and to PCP tools (good list for support of Rep IV and Webgrid users) can be accessed here.