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Third World Development

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  • Development, NGOs and Civil Societyby Deborah Eade

    Practical Action Publishing 2000; US$ 58.28

    Experienced practitioners and academics provide an insightful look into the limitations of NGOs in claiming to represent and assist 'civil society'. Changes in approaches to development are situated within changes in global political economy. Relations between donors, states and NGOs are also considered in specific contexts. The volume outlines many... more...

  • Development, Women and Warby Haleh Afshar

    Practical Action Publishing 2004; US$ 67.28

    The shared experiences of women and their potential to contribute both to war and particularly to peace are highlighted in this discussion of the long-running conflicts in the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe. Policy makers, practitioners and academics consider why women?s concerns have yet to be placed at the forefront of both analysis and... more...

  • Development Fieldworkby Regina Scheyvens

    SAGE Publications 2014; US$ 40.00

    'Without doubt the best available guide to dealing with practical, methodological and ethical issues in 'development' research, within and across 'North' and 'South'. It addresses both long-standing and more recently emerging research issues with sensitivity, insight, good sense and a clear commitment to engaged, responsible research practices and... more...

  • Development Methods and Approachesby Deborah Eade

    Practical Action Publishing 2003; US$ 67.28

    Many aid agencies advocate approaches to development which are people-centred, participatory, empowering and gender-fair. This volume of essays explores some of the middle ground between such values-based approaches and the methods and techniques that the agencies adopt. The selection offers critical assessments of fashionable tools such as Participatory... more...

  • Development and Advocacyby Deborah Eade

    Practical Action Publishing 2002; US$ 67.28

    Most major development NGOs dedicate significant resources to advocacy. Many also work to inform and shape public opinion, whether through advertising or fundraising or through education programmes. They argue that fundamental change is not achieved until the policy environment is right and cannot be sustained without a groundswell of support for... more...

  • Development and Agroforestryby Steven Franzel

    Practical Action Publishing 2002; US$ 67.28

    Agriculturalists have been benefiting from the range of products and services that trees can supply for thousands of years. Through the integration of trees into agricultural landscapes, farmers and land users at all levels can enjoy diversified production and a range of social, economic and environmental benefits. Agroforestry is the scientific application... more...

  • Development and Citiesby Deborah Eade

    Practical Action Publishing 2002; US$ 89.78

    Approaches to sustainable development in cities of the South have focused too exclusively on narrow technical aspects of environmental protection, with no benefit to most residents in cities and peri-urban areas. However, in many countries of the South the disengagement of government along with budgetary constraints, a reliance on cost-recovery mechanisms... more...

  • Development and Cultureby Deborah Eade

    Practical Action Publishing 2002; US$ 67.28

    Most development policies and interventions are based on an assumption that 'modernisation' in the Western sense is the ultimate goal of human societies. Culture is therefore regarded either as an impediment to progress or as something outside the economic and political spheres and consigned to areas of religion and ritual. This collection of papers,... more...

  • Development and Patronageby Melakou Tegegn

    Practical Action Publishing 1997; US$ 67.28

    Some argue that the concept of development is far from a liberating process for all. It is contended that much of what has been done in the name of development has served to reinforce the intellectual, material and financial dependence of those on the receiving end. Some argue that the very concept of development is essentially a vehicle in which... more...

  • Development and Rightsby Firoze Manji

    Practical Action Publishing 1998; US$ 67.28

    The fiftieth anniversary of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights prompts a re-examination of the links between 'development' and the range of economic, social, political and cultural rights enshrined within it. Chronic poverty is a flagrant denial of what the international community once hailed as the basic rights and fundamental freedoms... more...