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Names____________________________ February 10, 2009 ________________________________ Lab Week 6: Pablo S. Bose’s “Dams, Development, and Development” Form groups of 3 or 4 and answer the questions below. 1. Does Bose have a central argument? If so, what is it? The events that have occurred in Narmada Valley over the past fifty years hold lessons for the consequences of development and displacement, as dams are an excellent lens through which to study displacement in both the terms of the specific impact s of individual projects and the developed projects within which projects are situated. The relationship between development and displacement need to be viewed not only in terms of the nation-state and its citizens but more globally, in terms of the intersection between state power, private capital, and religious, ethnic, and place based identities. 2. Who is being displaced in Narmada Valley and why? 200,000 people in 245 villages will be forced to relocate. 191 of those villages are in
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