Always we are last : a study of planning, development and disadvantage in Melanesia
This thesis examines the relationship between rural development planning and rural development, as it has affected disadvantaged areas of Melanesia. Its 'problem-solving' framework shows that, in the colonial and post-colonial period, the poor articulation of macro and micro-level interests has resulted in a marked divergence between the issues associated with development planning and those of real world rural development. Attitudinal changes at theoretical level have served to...[Show more]
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