Political and social inequality: a review

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A previous bibliography commissioned by Department for International Development (DfID) concentrated on 'economic' inequality. This later bibliography is a complementary review looking at 'social' and 'political' inequality. It is targeted at a wider readership with a view to stimulating a debate among practioners and academics concerning the conceptual understandings of inequality and the implications of these for development policy and practice.|This volume contains two sections. The first section, written by Rosalind Eyben, is a review essay with its own references. The second section, written by Jarrod Lovett, consists of abstracts of selected texts from the relevant development studies and social science literature. The subject is both complex and contested and thus the texts were deliberately chosen to represent a range of voices and perspectives, ranging from classic social theorists to unpublished papers by development practitioners.|Modified from authors' foreword

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Development bibliography no. 20
104 p.
Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9RE, UK
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Institute of Development Studies

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Post date: 01/01/2000 - 00:00