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Social Justice and Development

  • 224 Pages
  • 1.70 MB
  • English
Palgrave Macmillan
Development - General, Economic Conditions, Political Science / Social Policy, Public Policy - Social Policy, Political Science, Politics / Current Events, Politics/International Rela
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8401202M
ISBN 101403992398
ISBN 139781403992390

About this book. About the authors. About this book. Explores why articulating social justice in both development discourse and practice provides the potential for a fresh understanding of global poverty, and one that rises above the current 'impasse'.

Suggests how principles of global social justice could be used to shift the development paradigm away from a consensus that hinges on : Palgrave Macmillan UK. About this book. Introduction.

Explores why articulating social justice in both development discourse and practice provides the potential for a fresh understanding of global poverty, and one that rises above the current 'impasse'.

Suggests how principles of global social justice could be used to shift the development paradigm away from a. Explores why articulating social justice in both development discourse and practice provides the potential for a fresh understanding of global poverty, and one that rises above the current 'impasse'.

Suggests how principles of global social justice could be used to shift the development paradigm away from a consensus that hinges on Washington.

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Showing how development and social justice are intrinsically linked, this book analyses the legitimacy of power relations that perpetuate social, political and economic injustices and inequalities between nation Author: Behrooz Morvaridi.

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