How Do Aspirations Matter?

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Hart, C.F.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis

This paper explores the complex roles of aspirations in relation to human\ud development, drawing upon the capability approach. The paper examines the\ud notion of feasibility of aspirations and the impact feasibility judgements have on\ud aspiration formation and aspir... View more
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