Borda-Rodriguez, Alexander and Lanfranco, Sam
(2011). Knowledge and technology for development.
In: Veltmeyer, Henry ed.
The Critical Development Studies Handbook: Tools for Change.
Black Point, Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing.
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About the book:
This handbook is a guide to ‘critical development studies’ (CDS)—the study of international development from the standpoint of social change, a critical perspective. As such the handbook provides a set of tools for entering and understanding the nature and scope of the interdisciplinary field of development studies. It is organized as a set of 50 short course modules. Each module is written by a well-known research specialist in the area; and each (a) identifies the six most critical questions or research theme in a particular area of CDS, (b) provides a succinct discussion of the central issues that surround these questions, and (c) makes substantive references to the most essential readings that explore these issues.
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