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Challenging the NGOs
Tamsin Bradley (author)

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Development Agencies are recognising the importance of anthropology in the critical evaluation of grass roots NGOs and development practice in general. Here anthropology, development and religion are uniquely combined in a manner that has practical significance for how NGOs carry out their work. Tamsin Bradley examines the interfaces between religion, gender, anthropology and social development and focuses on the operation of grass roots Non-Governmental Organisations. She argues that these agencies need to adopt a new methodology if they are to increase efficiency. This is made clear in a series of ethnographic case studies documenting the experiences of three Rajasthani village women. This book constructs a new approach to development practice incorporating ethnographic techniques that are designed to encourage development workers to listen to the needs of those they seek to help.

Author Info

Tamsin Bradley completed her research at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, where she has taught Religion and Gender. She is currently a Lecturer in Development Studies at London Metropolitan University

Bibliographic Info

Imprint: I.B.Tauris
Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd
Series: International Library of Human Geography

Hardback
ISBN: 9781845111526
Publication Date: 28 Apr 2006
Number of Pages: 232
Height: 223
Width: 142

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