124 pages, no illustrations
Challenging the notion of development as the transformation of traditional communities by the introduction of new technologies, the author argues that changes occur from within agricultural communities, and that improvements are governed not only by outside interference but also by the communities themselves.
a classic in the literature of development... a source of insight and inspiration for further research.Dr Robert Chambers, Institute of Development Studies
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