THEORIES AND PRACTICES OF DEVELOPMENT M

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MULUNGUSHI UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION

COURSE: THEORIES AND PRACTICES OF
DEVELOPMENT

COURSE CODE: SSS 211

First Publication: August, 2012

GENERAL INTRODUCTION

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GENERAL INTRODUCTION

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CONTENTS
GENERAL INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 6 Unit 1: BASIC CONCEPTS IN THEORIES AND PRACTICES OF DEVELOPMENT .............................................. 10 1.0 Introduction .......................................................................................................................................... 10 2.0 Objectives.............................................................................................................................................. 11 3.0 Main Content ........................................................................................................................................ 11 3.1 What Development is ....................................................................................................................... 11 3.2 Colonialism ........................................................................................................................................ 14 3.3 North–South Divide .......................................................................................................................... 17 3.3.1 Problems with Defining the Divide ............................................................................................ 18 3.3.2 Defining Development using the North-South Orientation ....................................................... 18 3.3.3 Development Gap ...................................................................................................................... 19 3.3.4 Theories Explaining the Divide ................................................................................................... 19 3.3.5 Closing the Divide....................................................................................................................... 19 3.4 Modernisation requires Internal Changes ........................................................................................ 20 3.5 Impact of Colonialism ....................................................................................................................... 22 3.6 Budget Support ................................................................................................................................. 22 3.6.1 Rationale for Budget Support .................................................................................................... 23 3.6.2 Risks ........................................................................................................................................... 23 4.0 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................................. 24 5.0 Summary...

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