Non-western Theories of Development: Regional Norms Versus Global Trends
Howard J. Wiarda, Steven Boilard
Harcourt Brace College Pub., 1999 - Political Science - 179 pages
This collection of essays is the only political science text to examine and analyze the models of development for non-western countries. Focusing on theories of development indigenous to each region surveyed, this innovative text wrestles with the conflict between cultural relativism and universalism in a way that provokes students to react and interact.
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