CULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT

@inproceedings{Gasper2006CULTUREAD,
  title={CULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT},
  author={D. Gasper},
  year={2006}
}
textabstractDiscourses on culture and development vary according to their conceptions of culture and of development and according to their standpoint. The ‘culture and development’ problematic has typically: (1) arisen from a conception of ‘culture’ as a relatively fixed, homogeneous set of mental programmes (categories, frameworks, images, values, norms) shared by members of a population; (2) contained an instrumental concern with how far such ‘cultures’ impede or promote ‘development… Expand
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