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100 1  Clammer, J. R 
245 10 Culture, development and social theory :|btowards an 
       integrated social development /|cJohn Clammer 
260    London ;|aNew York :|bZed Books,|cc2012 
300    viii, 291 p. ;|c23 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. [263]-281) and 
       index 
505 0  Part I. On culture and development. Transforming the 
       discourse of development: culture, suffering and human 
       futures ; On cultural studies and the place of culture in 
       development ; Aid, culture and context ; Liberating 
       development from itself: the politics of indigenous 
       knowledge. -- Part II. Expanding the boundaries of 
       development discourse: two illustrations. Reframing social
       economics: economic anthropology, post-development and 
       alternative economics ; Culture and climate justice. -- 
       Part III. Development, culture and human existence. 
       Narratives of suffering: human existence and medical 
       models in development ; Towards a sociology of trauma: 
       remembering, forgetting and the negotiation of memories of
       social violence ; The aesthetics of development ; Emotions
       of culture, social movements and social transformation 
520    "Culture, Development and Social Theory places culture 
       back at the centre of debates in development studies. It 
       introduces new ways of conceptualizing culture in relation
       to development by linking development studies to cultural 
       studies, studies of social movements, religion and the 
       notion of 'social suffering'. The author expertly argues 
       that in the current world crises it is necessary to 
       recover a more holistic vision of development that creates
       a vocabulary linking more technical (and predominantly 
       economic) aspects of development with more humanistic and 
       ecological goals. Any conception of post-capitalist 
       society, he argues, requires cultural, as well as economic
       and political, dimensions."--Publisher's website 
650  0 Social change 
650  0 Culture and globalization 
650  0 Economic development|xSocial aspects 
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 Ethnology Library  HM831 .C52 2012    AVAILABLE    30520020770278
 人文社會聯圖  HM831 .C52 2012    AVAILABLE    30610020423331