ERIC Number: ED344820
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991-Apr
Reference Count: N/A
New Directions in U.S. Foreign Assistance and New Roles for Anthropologists. Studies in Third World Societies, Publication Number Forty-Four.
Mason, John P., Ed.; Clark, Mari H., Ed.
Given recent developments throughout the world, the status of U.S. foreign assistance policies is uncertain. This document is a collection of papers whose authors, all anthropologists concerned with developing nations, critically examine new directions in development assistance in the 1990s. The papers include an introduction (M. Clark; J. Mason); "The Future of Foreign Assistance" (G. Britan); "Humanizing the Development Paradigm" (M. Clark); "Actions of the U.S. Congress toward Environmentally Sustainable Foreign Assistance" (K. Moran); "Restructuring National Economies: The Challenge to Development Anthropology" (P. Boyle); "Social and Institutional Analysis in the African Economic Policy Reform Program" (P. Vondal); "Development Anthropology in a Rapidly Urbanizing World" (J. Mason); "Gender Issues in Microenterprise Assistance" (M. Clark); "The Development Fund for Africa: New Opportunities for Anthropology in A.I.D." (D. Hess); and "Practicing the Anthropology of Development: Comments on 'Anthropology and Foreign Assistance'" (R. Netting). (DB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA. Dept. of Anthropology.