This thesis examines the economic, social and environmental impact of a
state-initiated in-situ rural development project at Kundasang in Sabah, East
Malaysia. Rural development as a strategy for development planning in the Third
World grew out of a general disenchantment with the technocratic and growthoriented
policies of the 1950s and 1960s. Under rural development programmes,
specific approaches were adopted to raise rural productivity, accelerate
commercial development of agriculture...[Show more]
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