Exchanging culture for politics: stratagems of recourse to tribe and tradition in development discourse
University of Zimbabwe, Dept. of Rural and Urban Planning, 1986 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 32 pages
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actual afar ageographical agricultural allocation altogether anyway appear argumentation about development Asian authoritarian and paternalistic believed Bob Fitch C.M.N. White cash economy Commentary and argumentation commentary or policy commonest conditionality considerable distance context conventions cultural discourse cultural item cultural positions cultural recourse cultural utterance culture for politics deemed traditional development discourse development in Africa development planning development policy development strategies development studies discourse practice East Africa editor evasion example exchanges of culture EXCHANGING CULTURE Fitch and Mary fuller analysis Ghana greater the PCD habit instance just cited involved Iran legitimacy London matters nationalism Ndebele necessarily nepotism Obot official pronouncements paper particular partly patterns PCD-RCD perceived cultural distance persons political and economic political economy practical effects public affairs recourse to cultural repression reversionary rights role rules rural development Shona simply Social labelling sorts STRATAGEMS OF RECOURSE substantive Third World tribalism tribe Uganda valuation Verisimilitude Zimbabwe