Development in theory and practice : paradigms and paradoxes /Edition statement:2nd ed. Published by : Westview Press, (Boulder, Colo. :) Physical details: xv, 302 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm. ISBN:9780813334462 (pbk.); 0813334462 (pbk.).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Introduction: In Pursuit of Appropriate Theory -- Pt. 1. Development in Theory: Meanings and Models. 2. Defining Development and Its Nemesis. 3. Explaining Development: Theories and Models. 4. Measurements and Findings -- Pt. 2. Development in Practice: Actors and Strategies. 5. Donor Strategies and Programs. 6. Third World Strategies. 7. Political Counterparts and Consequences -- Pt. 3. Development in Focus: Contemporary Issues and Themes. 8. Development and the Gender Gap. 9. The Fragile Ecology of Mother Earth. 10. Food Insecurity: Cocaine and Other Cash Crops. 11. The Homeless, the Stateless, and the Indigenous. 12. Macrodebt and Microcredit -- Pt. 4. The Process and the Protagonists: Paradoxes of Development. 13. The Process: Games Developers Play. 14. The Protagonists: Donors, Clients, and Field Agents. 15. On Motives and Consequences. 16. Conclusion: Leaning on the Limits. App. Black's Laws of Public Affairs and Paradoxes of Development.
"As the literature on development has proliferated, communication among those who approach development from different perspectives, disciplines, and professions has become more strained. In this innovative text, Jan Black argues that what is missing is appropriate theory. The second edition includes more paradoxes and case studies and increased coverage of refugees and indigenous peoples. More information on the new states in post-Soviet East and Central Europe is also incorporated."--BOOK JACKET.