People, personal projects and the challenging of social structures: a contribution to the reflection on the challenges of teaching development studies

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Parra Heredia, Juan;
  • Subject: Critical Realism | Development studies | Post-Development | higher education | teaching and learning
    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

textabstractThis article makes a critique of using Post-Development as a tool in teaching an introductory course in development studies. Such a debate was initiated by Harcourt in a previous issue of Third World Quarterly as she reflected on her teaching experience in a... View more
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