Throughout the 1980s there have been calls, often from development
organizations of global repute, for the incorporation of social
science perspectives into the design and management of sustainable
development programmes. Practising Development is the first
collection to offer first-hand critical assessments of the success
and failures found within actual responses to these calls. By
combining academic and practical experience from anthropology,
development and aid organizations the contributors examine the
processes of intervention, the methods by which this intervention
can be assessed, and explain the socio-economic and political
worlds within which intervention and development evolve.
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