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A Moral Critique of Development
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Moral Critique of Development
Anta Kumar Giri, Philip Quarles Van Ufford
Recent critiques of international development practice, affecting aid organizations such as Oxfam, Action Aid and the Red Cross, have attacked the motives of those heading the 'machine' of development suggesting that it is in reality just too poli...
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' ... I find it more important to draw the attention of the development community to this 'must read' contribution that offers challenging thinking and solid arguments.' - Development and Change
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Part I: Evolving a New Approach: Interventions in Development - Towards a New Moral Understanding of Our Experiences and an Agenda for the Future, Philip Quarles van Ufford, Ananta Kumar Giri and David Mosse. Part II Coping with ethical challenges - development programmes and projects; the making and marketing of participatory development, David Mosse; the Icarus effect - the rise and fall of development optimisms in a regional development project in Luwu District, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, Philip Quarles van Ufford and Dik Roth; the monolithic development machine?, Elizabeth Harrison; tapping the bell at Governee Temple - project implementation in Sarawak as moral narrative, Alan Rew. Part III Coping with different kinds of knowledge, Peter Penz; development, displacement and international ethics, Peter Penz; charges and counter-charges of ethical imperialism - towards a situated approach to development ethics, George Ulrich; social science intervention - moral versus political economy and the Vietnam War, Oscar Salemink; anecdotes, situations, histories - varieties and uses of cases in thinking about ethics and development practice, Des Gasper; the virtual reality of development aid, Els Scholten-Schravenzande; what are we in fieldwork for?, Albert Alejo; reconstituting development as a shared responsibility - ethics, aesthetics and a creative shaping of human possibilities, Ananta K. Giri and Philip Quarles van Ufford; afterword - the calling of global responsibilities, Ananta K. Giri.