Participation: The New Tyranny?
Bill Cooke, Uma Kothari
Bloomsbury Academic, 2001 - 207 من الصفحات
This book is about participatory development's potential for tyranny, showing how it can lead to the unjust and illegitimate exercise of power. It is the first book-length treatment to address the gulf between the almost universally fashionable rhetoric of participation, which promises empowerment and appropriate development on the one hand, and what actually happens when consultants and activists promote and practise participatory development, on the other.
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... meetings of the people . Discussions and ideas arising from these continued to be developed through people's daily interactions . Tellingly , records were kept at village level of such multipurpose ' meetings of the people ' , but not ...
... meetings is evidenced by individual ( verbal ) contributions . Such principles are not necessarily in concurrence with local norms and practices and an insistence on them may both exag- gerate and disguise people's actual involvement ...
... meetings were often held at short notice at the convenience of the KFD , officials of which kept the minutes of meetings and managed the funds , leading to suspicions that the VFCs were little more than outreach arms of the KFD set up ...
The Case for Participation as Tyranny I
Institutions Agency and the Limitations of Participatory
Boxes Tables and Figures
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