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Author Beck, Erin, 1982- author
Title How development projects persist : everyday negotiations with Guatemalan NGOs / Erin Beck
Imprint Durham : Duke University Press, 2017
©2017
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 Ethnology Library  HN143 .B435 2017    AVAILABLE    30520020839677
Descript x, 266 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-257) and index
Social engineering from above and below -- Repackaging development in Guatemala -- Namaste's bootstrap model -- Women and workers responding to bootstrap development -- The Fraternity's holistic model -- The uneven practices and experiences of holistic development -- The implications of socially constructed development -- Appendix: Research methods and ethical dilemmas
Link Online version: Beck, Erin, 1982- How development projects persist. Durham : Duke University Press, 2017 9780822372912 (DLC) 2016058225
Subject Fundacion Namaste Guatemaya
Fraternidad de Presbiteriales Mayas (Guatemala)
Non-governmental organizations -- Guatemala
Women in development -- Guatemala
Guatemala -- Social conditions
Guatemala -- Economic conditions
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