Master of Arts (MA)
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The first part of this thesis deals with the theoretical approaches to development and a discussion of the dilemma facing the policy makers in choosing the best approach to the Third World. I then offer examples from South Africa and India which support the premise of economic prosperity versus ethical concerns; Lastly, the ramifications for women affected by Third World Development are presented with an emphasis upon the disruptive influences of advanced capitalist countries in their attempt to modernize technology and promote industrialization. The complexity of societal implications is explored from economic and political to social and cultural concerns.
Africa; Development; Dilemma; India; Policy; Ramifications; South Africa; Third; Women; World
Women's studies; Social structure; Social psychology; International law
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Brown, Pamela Jones, "The dilemma of development policy in the Third World and some ramifications for women" (1995). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 572.
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