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Now we are successful and developed! Improvement and impasse in two cambodian community development interventions

Spiller, Sarah


This research explores whether community development interventions led by non-government organisations in rural Cambodia produce their intended opportunities for empowerment, or reproduce the powerlessness that is characteristic of poverty. I engage this question by examining how participants perceive, negotiate and use the knowledge that community intervention delivers, the village organisations that intervention creates, and the labour that participation entails. These dynamics are explored...[Show more]

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Date published: 2013-07
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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