In this course you will learn about the politics that shape and are shaped by development in local contexts. We engage with the dilemmas of development and change and the ways people experiencing these changes respond.
In this course you will develop your knowledge of the importance of context, politics, power, and interests in determining development outcomes. You are encouraged to learn and deploy different ways of thinking about development and engage with conceptual and analytical frameworks for approaching development from the perspective of communities and people entangled within it.
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