Power of Development (Google eBook)
Routledge, Jul 22, 2005 - Science - 340 pages
Development histories reveal a legacy of contested power. These essays explore the language of development and its meaning within different political contexts, drawing material from Africa, Asia and Latin America by way of comparison.
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THE INVENTION OF DEVELOPMENT
ªA NEW DEAL IN EMOTIONS
SCENES FROM CHILDHOOD
GREEN DEVELOPMENT THEORY?
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