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Participation : From Tyranny to Transformation: Exploring New Approaches to Participation in Development - Samuel Hickey

Participation

From Tyranny to Transformation: Exploring New Approaches to Participation in Development

By: Samuel Hickey (Editor), Giles Mohan (Editor)

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Participatory techniques have established themselves in both project implementation in developing countries and community interventions in industrial countries. Recently, participation has been fashionably dismissed as more rhetoric than substance, and subject to manipulation by agents pursuing their own agendas under cover of community consent. In this important new volume, development and other social policy scholars and practitioners seek to rebut this simplistic conclusion. They show how participation can help produce genuine transformation for marginalized communities. This volume is the first comprehensive attempt to evaluate the state of participatory approaches in the aftermath of the "Tyranny" critique. It captures the recent convergence between participatory development and participatory governance. It revisits the question of popular agency, as well as spanning the range of institutional actors involved--the state, civil society and donor agencies. The volume embeds participation within contemporary advances in development theory.

From Tyranny to Transformation?
Towards Participation as Transformation: Critical Themes and Challenges for a Post-Tyranny Agenda
Towards Participatory Local Governance: Assessing the Transformative Possibilities
Rules of Thumb for Participatory Change Agents
Rethinking Participation
Relocating Participation within a Radical Politics of Development: Critical Modernism and Citizenship
Spaces for Transformation? Reflections on Issues of Power and Difference in Participation in Development
Towards a Repoliticisation of Participatory Development: Political Capabilities and Spaces of Empowerment
Participation as Popular Agency: Reconnecting with Underlying Processes of Development
Participation, Resistance and Problems with the Local in Peru: Towards a Political Contract?
The 'Transformative' Unfolding of 'Tyrannical' Participation: The Corvee Tradition and Local Politics in Western Nepal
Morality, Citizenship and Participatory Development in an Indigenous Development Association: the case of GPSDO and the Sebat bet Gurage of Ethiopia
Realising Transformative Participation: State and Civil Responses
Relocating Participation within a Radical Politics of Development: Insights from Political Action and Practice
Securing Voice and Transforming Practice in Local Government: The Role of Federating in Grassroots Development
Participatory Municipal Development Plans in Brazil: Divergent Partners Constructing Common Futures
Confrontations with Power: Moving beyond the 'Tyranny of Safety' in Participation
Failing Forward: Going beyond PRA and Imposed Forms of Participation
Donors and Participation: Caught between Tyranny and Transformation?
Participation in Poverty Reduction Strategies: Democracy Strengthened or Democracy Undermined?
Beyond the Technical Fix? Participation in Donor Approaches to Rights-based Development
Broader Perspectives on From Tyranny and Transformation
The Social Embeddedness of Agency and Decision-making
Theorizing Participation and Institutional Change: Ethnography and Political Economy
From Tyranny to Transformation?
Towards Participation as Transformation: Critical
Themes and Challenges for a Post-Tyranny Agenda
Towards Participatory Local Governance: Assessing the Transformative Possibilities
Rules of Thumb for Participatory Change Agents
Rethinking Participation
Relocating Participation within a Radical Politics of Development: Critical Modernism and Citizenship
Spaces for Transformation? Reflections on Issues of Power and Difference in Participation in Development
Towards a Repoliticisation of Participatory Development: Political Capabilities and Spaces of Empowerment
Participation as Popular Agency: Reconnecting with Underlying Processes of Development
Participation, Resistance and Problems with the Local in Peru: Towards a Political Contract?
The 'Transformative' Unfolding of 'Tyrannical' Participation: The Corvee Tradition and Local Politics in Western Nepal
Morality, Citizenship and Participatory Development in an Indigenous Development Association: the case of GPSDO and the Sebat bet Gurage of Ethiopia
Realising Transformative Participation: State and Civil Responses
Relocating Participation within a Radical Politics of Development: Insights from Pol
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ISBN: 9781842774618
ISBN-10: 1842774611
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 2nd March 2005
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 0.64
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1