Negotiating ‘Development’: Constitution, Appropriation and Contestation
The chapter examines the constitution of the discourse of ‘development’ in the first half on the twentieth century and its appropriation and contestation in the second half. In the context of the World Wars, anti-colonial movements, the Russian Revolution and the Great Depression, a new way of repre...
|Main Author:||Ziai, Aram|
|Place of publication:||
Cham Springer International Publishing 02.07.2016
|published in:||Negotiating Normativity pp. 191 - 205|
|Data of publication:||20160702|
A version of this contribution has been published as Chap. 10.1007/978-3-319-30984-2_6 of Development Discourse and Global History. From Colonialism to the Sustainable Development Goals by Routledge in 2015 and I am grateful to the publisher for the permission to use the text.
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
|Database:||Database information not found
Database information Databases - DBIS