From integrated rural development to sustainable, participatory development: grassroots movements and the changing development discourse in Rondônia, Brazil and Mindanao, Philippines
Cornell University, May, 2001 - 412 pages
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Chapter Two Literature Review and Framework for the Study
The Emergence of Integrated
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