This study combines both extensive and intensive analysis of development assistance programs in Asia, and focuses specifically on five case studies which provide the basis for the author's strong conviction that Third World development assistance programs must be part of a holistically perceived learning process as opposed to a bureaucratically mandated blue-print design. Stated in the abstract, this proposition, in and of itself, should cause no surprise. The real value of Korten's efforts, however, may be found in his case studies which provide rich insights into just what can be accomplished in the way of social development if the development process itself can be viewed as a learning experience for all participants involved.
Maelezo ya Uchapishaji
- Mchapishaji: The American Society for Public Administration
- Dewey Decimal: 362.58
- Maktaba ya ECHO: 362.58 KOR