• Sociology
  • Published 2013

Negotiating Development: Valuation of a Guesthouse Project in Southern Guinea-Bissau1

@inproceedings{Lundy2013NegotiatingDV,
  title={Negotiating Development: Valuation of a Guesthouse Project in Southern Guinea-Bissau1},
  author={Brandon D. Lundy},
  year={2013}
}
This paper provides a case study illustrating the crossroads between the agendas of international/national economic development with that of the development objectives of local communities. It shows how a community development project connects villagers to the larger world – both practically and imaginatively. This study takes a single case, the process of developing a guesthouse building project among the Nalú of southern Guinea-Bissau, to illustrate how a local attempt to connect to the… CONTINUE READING

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