This widely adopted text starts with the fundamentals--what is economic growth, what is development, and what is the relationship between these two concepts? The authors examine orthodox theories of growth grounded in different schools of economics (classical, neoclassical, Keynesian, neoliberal) before considering critical alternatives (Marxist, ......
Voices of Latin America tells the story of the major issues, conflicts and campaigns for social justice in the region today, in the words of the protagonists of these movements themselves. Tom Gatehouse has assembled an unparalleled set of views and insights from the leaders and intellectuals of that movement.
The Post-Conflict State and Its Multidimensional Crises
Peacebuilding in Africa: The Post-Conflict State and Its Multidimensional Crises argues that building enduring peace in post-conflict states in Africa requires comprehensive, state-specific approaches that address the multidimensional crises that generated civil conflict and instabilities in these countries. Contributors examine states such as ......
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Explores the relationship between people, street animals, and rabies in urban India. Incorporates epidemiological goals within anthropological frameworks to investigate the ways in which people come into contact with animals and create favorable conditions for the rabies virus to flourish.
Democracy is venerated in US political culture, in part because it is our democracy. As a result, we assume that the government and institutions of the United States represent the true and right form of democracy, needed by all. This volume challenges this commonplace belief by putting US politics in the context of the Americas more broadly. ......
Based on participant observation approach and first-hand interviews with key actors, this book examines how Bersih became a movement that aggregated the collective grievance of Malaysians and brought Malaysian sociopolitical activism to a new level.
This book uses critical qualitative and narrative inquiry methods to discuss intercommunal conflicts in Kaduna, Nigeria. More broadly, the author examines these conflicts within the context of postcolonial African crises and local peacebuilding.
A Case Study In Demographics, Development, And U.s. Foreign Policy
The Haitian political and economic crisis since the overthrow of Jean-Bertrand Aristide in 1991 has been a story of societal decline. This case study examines the conflict between longer-term development objectives and the shorter-term US foreign-policy objectives that almost always override them.
Anti-Haitian Racism and Citizenship in the Dominican Republic
In Someone Else's Country is a groundbreaking work that details the current situation of racial profiling in Caribbean countries where certain citizens are denied any documentation to become a citizen of the country they were born and raised in.