Introduction to Development Studies

Hardcover | November 15, 1999

byHennie Swanepoel, Frik de Beer

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Written by Hennie Swanepoel and Frik de Beer(both based in South Africa) this development studies text, first published in 1997, is suitable for all introductory-level courses.

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Written by Hennie Swanepoel and Frik de Beer(both based in South Africa) this development studies text, first published in 1997, is suitable for all introductory-level courses.

Professor Hennie Swanepoel: Former head of the Department of Development Administration at the University of South Africa, now retired. Professor Frik de Beer: Current head of the Department of Development Administration at the University of South Africa
Format:HardcoverPublished:November 15, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195718593

ISBN - 13:9780195718591

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Table of Contents

Introduction1 The community of the poor2 Rural invisibility and urban bias in development3 An introduction to development theories4 An overview of sustainable development5 The dynamics of development6 The state of develpoment7 Local government and development8 Non-governmental organisations as agents of development9 Community development and empowerment10 Education and development11 Health and development12 Community policing13 Development planning and projects14 Aid and Debt15 ConclusionExpanded glossary of development termsIndex