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Geography
Course
GGR107H1
Professor
Charles Z Levkoe
Semester
Summer

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7.4 Development practice (2): subjects of development Production of global difference and inequality There is also a developmental side to the story, views from people socially Three major agents of development: nation- states, international development institutions and NGOs Many international development organization have made erroneous assumptions about distribution of power and decision making In the global north often there are many people within families and an unequal distribution of resources In the global south there is a Western model of the nuclear household and households are more homogeneous Women are expected harvest agriculture in certain countries Women may also have the responsibility of caring for their children The state has been a primary agent of development Ideology is also an important role of the state in development World Bank often is responsible for the interconnectedness of the world’s economy The ideals empowerment and
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