The Post-development Reader
For the sake of brevity, I will also accept the identification of the 'post-development school' with three visible works, The Development Dictionary (Sachs ed, 1992), Encountering Development (Escobar, 1995), and The Post-development Reader (Rahnema and Bawtree eds, 1997).
This is made abundantly clear in the conclusion of The Post-Development Reader , where Rahnema&Bawtree (1997: 385, emphasis in the original) say: The contributors[to The Post-Development Reader ]generally agree that the people whose lives have often been traumatized by development changes do not refuse ...
The Post-Development Reader . St. Martin's Press. Beegle, K. (1995). Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper No. 114: The Quality and Availability of Family Planning Services and Contraceptive Use in Tanzania .
'The infrapolitics of subordinate groups', in M. Rahnema and V. Bawtree (eds), The post-development reader, (London, Zed Books, 1997) Seekings, J.,
Deconstructing this discourse suggests that it is at least possible to imagine a post-development world and to perceive the people of the Third World in a fresh light.
How the poor develop the rich. In The Post-Development Reader. Majid Rahnema and Victoria Bawtree (eds.). London: Zed Books Ltd. Pp. 207-213.
Week 8: A survey of aspects of Post-Development thinking Required reading Escobar Arturo "The Making and Unmaking of the Third World Through Development" in The Post Development Reader London, Zed pp 85-93
Majid Rahnema and Victoria Bawtree "The Post Development Reader" "This book brings together a gifted group of thinkers and activists from south and North, diverse in background and experience, committed to seeing the idea of development, free from the distorting lenses of ideology or habit."
The intellectual field which constitutes these radical critiques of development - one thinks of the work of Arturo Escobar, Gustavo Esteva and Wolfgang Sachs, and the Post-development Reader (Rahnema, 1997) as its compendium - is replete with the language of crisis, failure, apocalypse and renewal, and, ...
In The Post-Development Reader . Majid Rahnema and Victoria Bawtree (eds.). London: Zed Books Ltd. Pp. 207-213. D. Crocker. 1991. Toward Development Ethics, World Development , 19: 5: 457-83 (461-8).
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