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Rural development in post-colonial era

Rural development in post-colonial era

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Published by Bookwell in New Delhi .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Harnam Singh, et al
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 364 p.
Number of Pages364
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25348942M
LC Control Number2012354247

The Pre-colonial Nigeria societies, colonial and the post-colonial era in Nigeria witnessed varying degrees of environmental nmental pollutions were handled differently in these three eras and different results were realized in each of the eras in focus. Adoption of Microfinance in Entrepreneurship Development Amongst Rural Women in Vhembe District: /ch This chapter investigates a group of rural women in Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, South Africa who adopted microfinance-based entrepreneurship forAuthor: Mavhungu Abel Mafukata.

By political commitment and social origins most of the leaders were deeply committed to the "eradication of poverty, ignorance and disease", which formed an "unholy trinity" against which nationalist swords were drawn in the post-colonial era. And even today, some view of development conditions African policy-makers’ perception of policy. By forging an empirically rich and conceptually nuanced account of ujamaa, African Socialism in Postcolonial Tanzania restores a sense of possibility and process to the early years of African independence, refines prevailing theories of nation building and development, and expands our understanding of the s and 70s by:

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Get this from a library. Rural development in post-colonial era. [Harnam Singh; Amit Kumar Dwivedi; K Nagraj Rao; Society for Advancement of Villagers' Education and Rural Assistance.;]. He is also in Book Review Board of two edited books entitled Rural Management in Post-Reform Era and Rural Development in Post- Colonial Era.

Dwivedi is Honble General Secretary of Society for Advancement of Villagers Education and Rural Assistance (Savera NGO).

He is the Chapter Head (Indore) of Management Teachers Consortium-Global (MTC-G). Colonialism and the African Experience Chapter 4 IntroduCtIon Colonization of Africa by European countries was a monumental milestone in the development of Africa.

The Africans consider the impact of colonization on them to be perhaps the most important factor in understanding the present condition of the African continent and of the African File Size: KB.

Books shelved as post-colonial: Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy, Midnight's. Colonialism and Economic Development in Africa Leander Heldring and James A.

Robinson NBER Working Paper No. November JEL No. N37,N47,O55 ABSTRACT In this paper we evaluate the impact of colonialism on development in Sub-Saharan Africa.

In the world context, colonialism had very heterogeneous effects, operating through many. Papua New Guinea's struggle for development is intimately bound up with the history of Tok Pisin, an English-based pidgin that is the product of nineteenth-century colonialism in the Pacific.

The language has since become the most important lingua franca in the region, being spoken by more than a million people in a highly multilingual society. Language use in rural development: An African perspective. Thus, the colonial and the post-colonial language and Participatory field research for rural development is Author: Clinton Robinson.

This background rural growth provided an excellent occasion prompting us to bring out an issue on ‘Rural Development in Post- Colonial Era’. Our appeal to scholastic community evoked a very good response and we received huge number of articles from India and : Assistant Professor at S.B.S.

Rural poverty in India is an important contribution to the development literature and should be read by anyone interested in exploring the causes of and solutions to poverty in rural areas. This book investigates the relationships between rural poverty and development in India. Colonial and Post-Colonial India.

Ahmad, A. In Theory: Classes, Nations, York: Verso, A neo-Marxist response to the post-colonial literary studies that have emerged out of the Subaltern School as well as to the work of Edward Said in his Orientalism.

Amin, S. ‘Gandhi as Mahatma: Gorakhpur District, Eastern U.P. ’ in R. Guha and G. Spivak (eds.). Nehru's policy towards the rural economy of India was also significant.

Nehru felt for the rural self-development of India very strongly. He tried to boost India's cottage industries. Much on the lines of Gandhi, Nehru believed that the rural and cottage industries of India played a major role in the economic fabric of the country.

Colonialism and Inequity in Zimbabwe Abstract The battle over access to land resources in Zimbabwe demonstrates how gross inequities with respect to distribution of and access to key life supporting resources such as land and forests can compromise human and environmental security, and undermine conservation efforts.

Matabeleland North, a large. Community development at its broadest was about involving people in a community in educating themselves to improve the circumstances of their lives through health, agriculture, civic education and mass literacy schemes.

The s, when community development programmes were being imple-mented, was also the era of burgeoning African nationalism, with the. In this book, Romaine examines some of the changes that are taking place in Tok Pisin as it becomes the native language of the younger generation of rural and urban speakers.

These linguistic processes, which are by no means complete, have to be understood in the socio-historical context of colonial expansion and strategies for socio-economic Cited by: The various governments of Eastern Nigeria understood this and always tried to improve the lots of the rural dwellers by implementing different agricultural policies and programmes.

The paper assesses the various colonial and post-colonial agricultural policies in Eastern Nigeria up towith a view to showing their impact on rural by: 1.

Postcolonialism and Development CONNOR F. LECKEY1 Postcolonial scholarship is a comparatively recent branch of study in academia, yet the extent to which it is infiltrating various social theories across numerous academic disciplines necessitates its inclusion in the mainstream of analysis of social phenomena (Goss ).File Size: KB.

developmental leanings in exploring the post- colonial era between to the s to understand possible changes and impacts of the Western colonizing mission on File Size: KB. Terminology. The significance of the prefix "post-" in "postcolonial" is a matter of is difficult to determine when colonialism begins and ends, and therefore to agree that "postcolonial" designates an era "after" colonialism has ended.

Colonial history unfolds in overlapping phases: Spanish and Portuguese expansion begins in the 15th century; British, French, Dutch and.

28 Educational reconstruction and post-colonial curriculum development respect for cultural differences and acceptance of a social compact based on global standards for human rights. The idea of nationalism implies something original or unique about the people who live in a country. Today, it may be asked whether such concerns really matter.

Agriculture Pre-Colonial v. Post-Colonial Nigeria Sergio Wendy Keyshawn Post Colonial Nigeria Agriculture was highly regarded because it assured the people a supply of food. Post colonial Nigeria implemented research facilities, policies and programs to help aid the advancement.

Post-colonialism is defined in anthropology as the relations between nations and areas they colonized and once ruled. (Fischer-Tine, ) The causes are plentiful, but three major reasons for a lack of development are paramount.

In the past, only the richest and most powerful families received quality educations. In more recent years, this.Based on fieldwork done in the village of Alipur in rural north India from the early s through the s, Postcolonial Developments examines development itself as a post–World War II sociopolitical ideological formation, critiques related policies, and explores the various uses of the concept of the “indigenous” in several discursive Cited by: The Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), an autonomous body and not-for-profit institution, set up inis sponsored by apex financial institutions, namely the Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI), IFCI Ltd.

ICICI Ltd and State Bank of India (SBI). The Institute is registered under the Societies Registration Act and the Public Trust Act