Preferencje help
Widoczny [Schowaj] Abstrakt
Liczba wyników
2011 | 5 | nr 4 | 58--66
Tytuł artykułu

Decentralization and Participatory Rural Development : a Literature Review

Treść / Zawartość
Warianty tytułu
Języki publikacji
Most of the developing nations are still struggling for efficient use of their resources. In order to overcome physical and administrative constraints of the development, it is necessary to transfer the power from the central government to local authorities. Distribution of power from improves the management of resources and community participation which is considered key to sustainable development. Advocates of decentralization argue that decentralized government is source to improve community participation in rural development. Decentralized government is considered more responsive towards local needs and development of poor peoples. There are many obstacles to expand the citizen participation in rural areas. There are many approaches for participatory development but all have to face the same challenges. Current paper highlights the literature about Decentralization and participatory rural development. Concept and modalities of Decentralization, dimensions of participation, types of rural participation and obstacles to participation are also the part of this paper. (original abstract)
Opis fizyczny
  • Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Technology University of Malaysia, Malaysia
  • 1. Adnan, S. et al. (1992) 'People's Participation, NGO and the Flood Action Plan', Dhaka Research and Advisory Services
  • 2. Arnstein, S. R. (1969) 'Ladder of Citizen Participation' Journal of the American Institute of Town Planning, Vol. 35. pp. 216-224
  • 3. Bergdall, D. Terry (1993) 'Methods for Active Participation: Experiences in Rural Development from East and Central Africa' Nairobi: Oxford University Press
  • 4. Cheema, G. S. and Rondinelli, D. A. (eds.) (1983) 'Decentralization and Development: Policy Implementation in Developing Countries' London: Sage
  • 5. Cohen, John M. & Norman T. Uphoff 1980 Participation's Place in Rural Development Seeking Clarity through Specificity. World Development 8:213-235.
  • 6. Conyers, Diana (1983) 'Decentralization: The Latest Fashion in Development Administration' Public Administration and Development, 3 (2). pp. 91 -110
  • 7. Conyers, Diana (1986) 'Future Directions in Development Studies: The Case of Decentralization' World Development, Vol. 15, pp. 593-603
  • 8. Griffin, K. and Khan A. R. (1982) 'Poverty in Third World: Ugly Facts and Fancy Models' in Alvi, H. and Shanin, T. (1982) 'Introduction to the Sociology of Development of Societies' London: McMillan
  • 9. Grindle, M. (1980) "Introduction," in M. Grindle (ed) Politics and Policy Implementation in the Third World, Princeton, N.J.. Princeton University Press
  • 10. Guzman, R. P. (1988) 'Decentralization as a Strategy for Redemocratization in the Philippine Political System' Philippine Journal of Public Administration Vol. XXXII, No. 3&4, pp. 217-225.
  • 11. Harris, R. L. (1983) 'Centralization and Decentralization in Latin America' in Cheema, G. S. and Rondinelli, D. A. (eds.)
  • 12. Hoshino, C. (1994) 'Land Development; Processes and Decentralization in Latin American Large Cities and Metropolitan Areas: Issue, Trends, and Prospects' Regional Development Dialogue, Vol. 15, No.2, pp. 29-60
  • 13. Kliksberg, B. (1994) ' The Necessary State: A Strategic Agenda for Discussion' International Review of Administrative Sciences, Vol. 60, pp. 183- 196
  • 14. Lane, J. (1995) 'Non-Governmental Organizations and Participatory Development: The Concept in Theory verses the Concept in Practice' in Nelson, N. and Wright,S. (eds.) 'Power and Participatory Development: Theory and Practice' London: Intermediate Technology Publications
  • 15. Lele, Uma (1979) 'The Design of Rural Development: Lessons from Africa' Baltimore: Johns Hokins Press
  • 16. Mabogunji, A. L. (1980) ' The Development Process: A Spatial Perspective' London: Hutchinson
  • 17. Manor, J. (1995) 'Democratic Decentralization in Africa and Asia' IDS Bulletin, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 8 1-88
  • 18. Morgan, G. (1986) 'Images of Organization' Newbury Park (Calif.): Sage
  • 19. Mills, A; Vanghan, J. P; Smith, D, I. and Tabibzadeh, L. (1990) 'Health system decentralization: Concepts, Issues and Country Experience' Geneva: W. H.O
  • 20. Oakley, P. et al. (1991) 'Project with People: The Practice of Participation in Rural Development' Geneva: ILO
  • 21. Parry, G., Moyser, G. and Day. N. (1992) Political Participation and Democracy in Britain, Cambridge. Cambridge University Press
  • 22. Paul, S. (1987) 'Community Participation in Development Projects: The World Bank Experience', in Reading in Community Participation. Washington, D.C: The World Bank
  • 23. Poulton, R. and Harris, M. (1988) 'Putting People First: Voluntary Organisations and Third World Development' Basing stoke: Macmillan
  • 24. Rondinelli, D.A. (1981) 'Government Decentralization in Comparative Perspective in Developing Countries' International Review of Administrative Sciences, Vol. 47, No. 2, pp. 133-145
  • 25. Rondinelli (1989) 'AnaIysing Decentralization Policies in Developing Countries: A Political-Economy Framework' Development and Change. Vol.20. pp. 57-87
  • 26. Rondinelli, D.A. (1990) 'Decentralization, Territorial Power and the State: A Critical Response' Development and Change, Vol. 21, pp. 491 -500
  • 27. Sadiullah, Khan. (2006) 'Local Government and Participatory Rural Development ': Gomal University
  • 28. Sandstrom, Sven (1994) 'Poverty Reduction: Learning the Lessons of Experience' Finance and Development. September 1994, pp.30-33
  • 29. Sherwood, F. P. (1969) 'Devolution as a Problem of Organizational Strategy' in Daland, R. T. (ed) 'Comparative Urban Research: The Administration and Policies of Cities' Beverly Hills: Sage, pp. 60-87
  • 30. Smith, B. C. (1985) 'Decentralization: The Territorial Dimension of the State' London: George Allen and Unwin
  • 31. Stohr, W. B. and Frases-Taylor, D.R. eds. (1981) 'Development From Above or Below? The Dialectics of Regional Planning in Developing Countries' Chichester: Wiley
  • 32. Uphoff, N. (1986) Local Institutional Development: An Analytical Sourcebook, West Hartford, Kumarin Press.
  • 33. Verba, S., Nie, N. M. and Kin, J. (1980) 'Participation and Political Equality: A Seven Nation Comparison' Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • 34. Verhagan, K. (1980) 'How to Promote Peoples Participation in Rural Development Through Local Organizations' Review of International Co-operation, Vol. 73. No. 1
  • 35. World Bank (1994) 'The World Bank and the Participation' Washington D.C: The World Bank
  • 36. Werlin, H. H. (1992) 'Linking Decentralization and Centralization: A Critique of the New Development Administration' Public Administration and Development, Vol.12, pp. 223- 235
Typ dokumentu
Identyfikator YADDA

Zgłoszenie zostało wysłane

Zgłoszenie zostało wysłane

Musisz być zalogowany aby pisać komentarze.
JavaScript jest wyłączony w Twojej przeglądarce internetowej. Włącz go, a następnie odśwież stronę, aby móc w pełni z niej korzystać.