Development Ethics: A Guide to Theory and Practice (Paperback)Denis Goulet (author)
Paperback 252 Pages / Published: 01/01/1995
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A pioneering work by one of the pioneers in development ethics, who has long been at the leading edge of development in linking the worlds of thought and action. This new field of study has emerged from a heightened awareness of social issues and values in development and a recognition of the need for application of something more than "normal ethics" in this important realm of human endeavor. After setting forth the contours of this new discipline, the author formulates general principles underlying ethical strategies in development and discusses their application in such topics as technology for development, ecology and ethics, culture and tradition, and the ethics of aid. Written for scholars, students, and practitioners of development: national and international policy-makers, program planners, project managers, field workers, and those local "communities of need," the presumed beneficiaries of development.
Publisher: Apex Press
Number of pages: 252
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