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Development criticism


Development criticism

Development criticism refers to criticisms of technological development.


  • Notable development critics 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Notable development critics

See also


  • Arturo Escobar: Encountering Development: The Making and Unmaking of the Third World, Princeton University Press 1995, ISBN 0-691-00102-2
  • Gilbert Rist, The History of Development: From Western Origins to Global Faith, Expanded Edition, London: Zed Books, 2003, ISBN 1-84277-181-7
  • The Development Dictionary: A Guide to Knowledge as Power, ed. by Wolfgang Sachs, London: Zed Books, 1992, ISBN 1-85649-044-0
  • Oren Ginzburg: There You Go! ISBN 974-92863-0-8
  • Mohandas Gandhi: Hind Swaraj (1909)
  • Ivan Illich: Tools for Conviviality (1973)
  • Post-Development Reader[1] (Zed Books, ed. Majid Rahnema, 1997), ISBN 1-85649-474-8
  • No Place of Grace: antimodernism and the transformation of American culture 1880-1920, 1994, ISBN 0-226-46970-0
  • Henry Thoreau: Walden (1854)
  • Theodore Kaczynski: Industrial Society and Its Future (1995)
  • Singh, S. (2007). Deconstructing gender and development paradigm for identities of women. International Journal of Social Welfare, 16(2), 100–109.
  • Stop Trying to Save the World. In the author's view, "big ideas are destroying international development." (November 17, 2014), The New Republic

External links

  • Stafford Beer World in Torment
  • Antimodernism by Arthur Versluis
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