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Majid Rahnema and Victoria Bawtree.
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Agricultural Transformation in Ethiopia Atakilte Beyene. With the collapse of colonialism, majjd millions who had joined the struggle accepted their leaders’ new call for ‘development’. Little today remains of that enthusiasm.
The question they now ask is: This Reader brings together an exceptionally gifted group of thinkers and activists – from South and North – who have long pondered these questions. Raynema in background and experience, they are all committed, however, to seeing through the rhetoric of development, free from the distorting lenses of ideology and habit.
They are also arhnema in looking at ‘the other side of the story’, particularly from the perspective of the ‘losers’. It is these orientations which make this Reader such an original compilation.
The contributors illuminate the wisdom of vernacular society which modern development thinking and practice has done so much to denigrate and destroy. They deliver devastating critiques of the dominant development paradigm and what it has done to the peoples of the world and their richly diverse and sustainable ways of living.
Majid Rahnema (Author of The Post-Development Reader)
Most importantly, in terms of the future, they present some of the experiences and ideals out of which ordinary people are now trying to construct their own more humane and culturally and ecologically respectful alternatives to development, which, in turn, may provide useful signposts for those concerned with the post-development era that is now at hand.
Learning from Ladakh – Helena Norberg-Hodge 3. The Sprial of the Ram’s Horn: The Idea of Progress – Teodor Shanin 7. Development as Planned poverty – Ivan Illich Development and the People’s Immune System: Paradoxical Growth – Serge Latouche Education as an Instrument of Cultural Defoliation: Colonization of the Mind – Ashis Nandy A Threat to Liberation – Pan Simmons Mexican Indians Say ‘Enough!
The Post-Development Reader, Rahnema, Bawtree
The infrapolitics of Subordinate Groups – James C. Alternatives from an indian Grassroots Perspective – D. The Power of the Powerless: Protecting the Space Within – Karen Lehman Birth of the Inclusion Society – Judith A. For more information, or to order this book, please visit https: Twitter Tweets by ChicagoDistrib.