Development criticism

Development criticism

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Development criticism refers to criticisms of development.



[edit] Common beliefs / ideas

They say such concepts make the life of primitive or alternative societies look misleadingly dull to modern people.[citation needed] Modern societies apply subjective standards for welfare universally and (mis)judge other societies by them, for example, greater longevity is seen as an objectively good thing. Development critics often regard attempts to develop non-developed societies as a cause of misery and trouble, and thus recommend that development projects should be cancelled.[citation needed] Some even see the word "development" as negative and think that it represents conceptual imperialism.[citation needed]

[edit] Notable development critics


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[edit] Development-critical literature

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