What is development - August 30. 2011

What is development - August 30. 2011 - What is development...

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What is development The Liberal v. Structuralist Perspectives on Development Influence of the Structuralist Perspective The NICs and Current Thinking on Development
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Interchangeable Terms Developed Underdeveloped Advanced Developed Less-Developed Countries (ADCs) Countries (LDCs) North South
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What is Development?
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Human needs – Maslow
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Human Needs – Max-Neef Fundamental human needs: Subsistence Protection Affection Understanding Participation Leisure Creation Identity
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Fundamental  Human Needs Being (qualities) Having (things) Doing (actions) Interacting (settings) Subsistence physical and mental  health care   food, shelter, work,  social security   feed, clothe, rest ,  work, co-operate living environment,  social setting, social  environment  Protection  adaptability,  autonomy  health systems, work  plan, take care of, help  dwelling Affection  respect, sense, of  humor, generosity,  sensuality  family, friendships,  relationship with  nature  share, take care of,  making love, express  emotions privacy, intimate  spaces Understanding critical capacity,  curiosity, intuition  literature,, teachers,  educational policies analyse,  study,meditate,  investigate  schools, families,  universities,  communities Participation receptiveness,  dedication, sense of  humor responsibilities, duties,  work, rights cooperate, dissent,  express opinions  associations, parties,  churches,  neighborhoods  Leisure imagination,  tranquillity,  spontaneity games, parties, peace  of mind  day-dream, remember,  relax, have fun  landscapes, intimate  spaces, places to be  alone  Creation imagination,  boldness,  inventiveness, 
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