8 edition of Far-fetched facts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -322) and index.
|LC Classifications||PN56.T7 R46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||94049531|
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Far-Fetched Facts book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A fictionalized ethnographic study of development aid in sub-Saharan Afr /5(9). Far-fetched facts is a book by German anthropologist Richard Rottenburg published in German as Weit hergeholte Fakten in ; the English translation was released in The book is an ethnography-based, though fictionalized, polyphonic account of a waterworks improvement project in Tanzania (called Ruritania in the books fictionalization).
The book follows the different stages of the Cited by: "Far-fetched facts" is the most important book written since Hirschman's "Development projects observed".
Based on intimate knowledge of such projects, it shows, dispassionately, why these projects are doomed to fail in their present form.
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Ma and growing No longer limited to the record book itself, his domain now includes a a game by Parker Brothers, jigsaw. Far-fetched-facts: a parable of development aid (water has an economic value, its consumption should be paid to face its costs of production, investment, debt service and price policy), in a former socialist country (“Ruritania”1) where the socialist tradition was free access to public services although there was not always much.
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By connecting Social Anthropology to approaches from Science and Technology Studies, Rottenburg is a leading figure in .