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Sylvester March 6 ReadingDevelopment Studies compared to Post Colonial StudiesThis article aims to compare and contrast development studies with post colonial studies2 bodies of literature that ignore ieach others missions writings The 2 fields have some areas of convergenceGrounding in knowledge of the West Development studiesAreas of divergence o Development studies does not listen to subalterns and post colonials are not as concerned with whether subaltern is eatingPost colonial studies criticized as failing to address issues of poverty resource distribution state violence human rights etc Development studies criticized as needing more epistemological reflection and more awareness of power relationsSome day dev Studies is the last failed attempt of the Enlightenment of Africa and AsiaDev studies is established both politically and academically with lots of internal debate It isnt open endedHighly influenced by Western Enlightenment thought Development studies constitutesof newly emerged bilateral private and multilateral and academic agendas It uses historical demonstration of west as the blueprint Dev studies is self unreflexiveDev studies consists of depen
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