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100 1  Panzironi, Francesca 
245 14 The Capability Approach :|bDevelopment Practice and Public
       Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region 
250    1st ed 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2011 
300    1 online resource (233 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Routledge Advances in Social Economics Ser 
505 0  Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of figures
       and tables -- Notes on contributors -- Acknowledgements --
       List of abbreviations -- Introduction -- PART I Issues in 
       capability theory -- 1 The capability approach: its 
       interpretation and 'limitations' -- 2 Nussbaum's 
       capabilities approach: its impact on theory and practice 
       in social development -- 3 Nussbaum's capabilities 
       approach and freedom of speech -- PART II Developed 
       countries in the Asia-Pacific: marginalization, well-being
       and public policy -- 4 Thinking about Maori development in
       terms of the capability approach: the shift towards the 
       adoption of the Maori Potential Approach -- 5 The 
       'Indigenous capability-right to health' and Australia's 
       'Close the Gap' Indigenous health policy -- 6 Aboriginal 
       peoples' participation in the review of the Aboriginal 
       Heritage Act 1988 in South Australia -- 7 Living on the 
       margins: the capabilities of older renters in Sydney, 
       Australia -- 8 A method for assessing the adequacy of 
       Australian children's living standards -- 9 Beyond 
       participation: a capability approach to urban development 
       in Sydney -- PART III Developing countries in the Asia-
       Pacific -- 10 Samoa, Vanuatu and New Zealand: 
       participatory monitoring and evaluation of development 
       programmes -- 11 Re-evaluating the MDG framework in Papua 
       New Guinea -- 12 Sri Lanka: using information and 
       communications technology to build capabilities for well-
       being in post-conflict communities -- Index 
520    This book provides a unique laboratory of 'capabilities in
       practice' in the Asia-Pacific region. It explores the 
       application of the capability approach in development 
       practice and public policy from a multidisciplinary 
       perspective by bringing together scholars and 
       practitioners from a wide range of disciplinary 
       backgrounds, including development studies, health policy,
       political science, political theory, political economy, 
       architecture, indigenous studies, urban planning and 
       communication technologies. The first part of the book 
       provides a foundational theoretical framework to introduce
       the empirical applications of the capability theory in 
       different areas of development practice and public policy 
       in the Asia-Pacific region. This part discusses thorny 
       issues in capability theory and raises the potential for 
       capability theory to lead to new ways of thinking about 
       old problems. The second part discusses the application of
       the capability approach to intransigent problems of 
       marginalisation and the articulation of public policy in 
       New Zealand and Australia. In particular, this part 
       focuses on the potential implications that a capability-
       based approach can have on the well-being of indigenous 
       peoples in both countries, as well as children, older 
       renters, and urban dwellers in Australia. The third part 
       elucidates how capability theory is being applied by 
       researchers in the Asia-Pacific region to local issues in 
       developing countries such as Samoa, Vanuatu, Papua New 
       Guinea and Sri Lanka. In doing so, it provides original 
       content to the world market in capability theory by 
       focussing on this often-neglected area of scholarship. As 
       a whole, this volume offers a unique and innovative 
       scrutiny of a multifaceted capability-based analysis of 
       development practice and public policy. The scope and 
       breadth of this volume advance the application of the 
       capability 
520 8  approach and offer an indispensable resource to scholars, 
       researchers, policy makers and policy practitioners 
       interested in the theoretical insights and practical 
       implications of the capability approach 
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650  0 Economic development -- Pacific Area.;Social planning -- 
       Pacific Area.;Social justice -- Pacific Area.;Equality -- 
       Pacific Area 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Gelber, Katharine 
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