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Culture and Global Change


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There continues to be a growing interest in questions relating to development and the Third World. With expansion of travel, greater media coverage and new demands from academics for a rethinking of development mechanisms, the Third World has become an area of increasing interest. Culture and Global Change explores aspects of culture and development at a time of rapid global change. Leading contributors engage with the current debate on the importance of culture to development discourse and the Third World, stressing that if development is to have real meaning and value at the local level, there must be a qualitative understanding of the complexities and dynamics of everyday lives. Culture and Global Change explores concepts of culture across the broader issues of development and in so doing shows that development will not be successful unless it is an integral part of existing cultural and social relations. Peter Worsley, John Tomlinson, John Taylor, Alan Thomas, Dina Abbott, David Wield, Gordon Wilson, Jonathan Benthall, Henrietta Lydchie, Tom Hewitt, Chris Martin, Andy Mawson, Hazel Johnson, Jeff Hayne
Release date NZ
September 9th, 1999
Edited by Tim Allen Edited by Tracey Skelton
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
5 Tables, black and white
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