National development and local reform : political participation in Morocco, Tunisia, and Pakistan / by Douglas E. Ashford.


Princeton, N.J./ Princeton University Press, 1967.

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Other Title Political participation in Morocco, Tunisia, and Pakistan
Subjects Administration locale -- Afrique du Nord.
Administration locale -- Maroc.
Administration locale -- Pakistan.
Administration locale -- Pākistān.
Administration locale -- Tunisie.
Local government -- Morocco.
Local government -- Pakistan.
Local government -- Tunisia.
Local government.
Maroc -- Economie.
Maroc. Administration. Administration locale.
Maroc. Production. Agriculture.
Marokko.
Morocco.
Pakistan -- Economie.
Pakistan.
Pakistan. Administration. Administration locale.
Pakistan. Production. Agriculture.
Pakistán -- Política económica.
Participation politique -- Afrique du Nord.
Participation politique -- Pakistan.
Planification -- Maroc.
Planification -- Pakistan.
Planification -- Tunisie.
Politik.
Selbstverwaltung.
Tunesien.
Tunisia.
Tunisie -- Economie.
Tunisie. Administration. Administration locale.
Tunisie. Production. Agriculture.
Túnez -- Política económica.
Series Princeton studies on the Near East.
Description xi, 439 pages ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 387-428).
Summary The book is one of the many studies published by Princeton on the Near East and conforms to the high standards of quality and style of other Princeton publications. It is well written and presents a clear understanding of the politics in Morocco, Tunisia, and Pakistan and their changing political patterns since their independence from French and British colonialism. The book, as others written by the same author on Morocco and Tunisia, is the outcome of his intense research and travel in these countries. The author, as a political scientist, is engaged in research at the micro level: the political problems at the local level in the developing countries and their impact on development. The study stimulates some interesting thoughts and provides new dimensions to the problem of general development. During the past few years the reader interested in the general development of emerging countries has been overwhelmed with a vast amount of reading material, which, in the reviewer's judgment, is more likely to con fuse a clear analysis of problems of development. The problem is so complex that it is hard to discern any common ground in the different approaches adopted by different authors. Political scientists, sociologists, and economists all exhibit their own professional bias in their approaches by the lack of recognition of some of the significant contributions in related areas. So the study of national development, in the reviewer's opinion, is becoming similar to a group of blind men setting out to find the truth about an elephant, each by touching one limb of the animal and making some generalizations. -- from http://www.jstor.org (August 26, 2011).
Contents Part I. National development and local reform. 1. Political participation and development ---- Part II. National politics and localized authority. 2. The Moroccan commune: limits of faith --- 3. The Tunisian council: limited risk and limited impact --- 4. The Pakistani union council: limits of reason ---- Part III. National politics and localized development. 5. The decision to plan and popular consent --- 6. Organizational responses to rural reconstruction --- 7. Self-interest and national interest in the village --- 8. Learning to work and to believe --- 9. Administrative reform: the confrontation of authority and community ---- Part IV. National development and attitudinal change. 10. The affective Vortex: moral imperatives and development --- 11. The cognitive component: institutional elaboration ---- 12. Attitudinal change and development.
Geographic Area Morocco
Tunisia
Pakistan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)504552
(OCoLC)ocm00504552
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Ashford, Douglas Elliott.
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