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Dynamics and Policy Implications of the Global Reforms at the End of the Second Millennium (International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology)
In most parts of the world, especially in developing countries, governmental and people's expectations have been that reforms rather than revolutions are likely to produce more appropriate and acceptable results. Reforms are gradual in implementation and respectful to past policy fabrics of society. At the same time, spread of communication technology,...
In most parts of the world, especially in developing countries, governmental and people's expectations have been that reforms rather than revolutions are likely to produce more appropriate and acceptable results. Reforms are gradual in implementation and respectful to past policy fabrics of society. At the same time, spread of communication technology, global liberalization of the market and peripheral homogenization of cultures have caused tensions in the developing countries. In this book, scholars from different countries highlight the reforms and tensions: what has been achieved, what has failed and what is still needed? Experiences from Nigeria, Ghana, Guatemala, South Korea, Taiwan, Zimbabwe and Tanzania are combined with more general observations from around the world.
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