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The Post-Development Reader

Edited By: Majid Rahnema and Victoria Bawtree
440 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Zed Books
The Post-Development Reader
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  • The Post-Development Reader ISBN: 9781856494748 Paperback Mar 1997 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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  • The Post-Development Reader ISBN: 9781856494731 Hardback Dec 1997 Out of Print #60938
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About this book

Brings together some of the very best thinking on the subject by scholars and activists from both North and South.

Contents

Part 1 The vernacular world - Marshall Sahlins; Helena Norberg-Hodge; Hassan Zaoual; Linda Clarkson, Vern Morrissette and Gabriel Regallett; Dadacha, (interviewed by Gudrun Dahl and Gemetchu Megerssa. Part 2 The development paradigm - Teodor Shanin; Marshall Berman; Arturo Escobar; Ivan Illich; Majid Rahnema. Part 3 The vehicles of development - Serge Latouche; Rajni Kothari; Asis Nandy; James Petras; Ignacio Ramonet; Vandana Shiva; Cheikh Hamidou Kane et al. Part 4 Development and practice - Susan George; Graham Hancock; Peter Bunyard; James Ferguson; Eduardo Galeano; Pam simmons; Leonard Frank. Part 5 Towards the post-development age - Gustavo Esteva and Madhu Suri Praksh; Wolfgang Sachs; Mahatma Gandhi; David Shi; James C. Scott; D.L. Sheth; Karen Leman; Comandante Marcos; Vaclav Havel; Emmanuel N'dione et al; Judith A. Snow.

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Edited By: Majid Rahnema and Victoria Bawtree
440 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Zed Books
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'A monument to the vigour of commonsense in resisting the belief that progress can be likened to a law of nature. This book is a primer for reflection on the fertile potential of the loss of 20th century certainties.' - Ivan Illich
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