(2001). Participatory development.
In: Desai, Vandana and Potter, Rob eds.
The Arnold companion to development studies.
London, UK: Hodder, pp. 49–54.
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Over the past twenty years a wide range of organisations, with very different ideological agendas, has started involving local people in their own development (Peet and Watts, 1996). This chapter begins by looking at different definitions of participatory development and goes onto examine through what sorts of organisations it is achieved. As there are a myriad possible approaches I have included case studies which demonstrate different facets of participation. This brings us onto a critique and an overview of where things might go in the future.
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