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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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POLITIQUE AFRICAINE

2018, Nº 149
  • La « radicalisation » aide-t-elle à mieux penser ? Roland Marchal, Zekeria Ould Ahmed Salem
  • La cité cultuelle tchadienne au miroir de la lutte anti-terroriste ou les enjeux de pouvoir d’une labellisation religieuse subversive« Clémentine Racine, Mustapha Ali Mahamat.
  • Les trajectoires du salafisme politique au Sahel. Le cas du Nigerr Rahmane Idrissa -Tous lesterroristes » sont de Majengo, à Nairobi spatialités contestées du terrorisme dans les discours anti-radicalisation au Kenya Halkano Abdi Wario
  • Une lecture de la radicalisation djihadiste en Somalie, Roland Marchal
  • Musiciens rebelles ou musiciens pour la paix ? Orchestrer le Mali à travers les performances musicales du conflit Marta Amico
  • N’oubliez jamais que vous parlez à un avocat .État, justice et économie de l’intermédiation judiciaire à Cotonou Sophie Andreetta

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH, The

2018, Vol. 30, Nº 4
  • Liquidity Constraints and Willingness to Pay for Solar Lamps and Water Filters in Jakarta.
  • How Much Should We Trust Micro-data? A Comparison of the Socio-demographic Profile of Malawian Households Using Census, LSMS and DHS data
  • Micro-entrepreneurship Debt Level and Access to Credit: Short-Term Impacts of a Financial Literacy Program.
  • Is Rapid Urbanisation Exacerbating Wealth-Related Urban Inequalities in Child Nutritional Status? Evidence from Least Developed Countries.
  • Beyond Solidarity and Accumulation Networks in Urban Informal African Economies.
  • Diversification of Human Capital Investments in Rural Ethiopia.
  • Risky Business? Rural Entrepreneurship in Subsistence Markets: Evidence from Burundi.
  • Rural Livelihood Diversification Strategies and Household Welfare in Bhutan.
  • Local Innovation Networking Dynamics: Evidence from South Africa

MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Le

2018, Nº 277
  • ¿Una revuelta antieuropea en Italia? Stefano Palombarini
  • Las primeras fisuras en la fortaleza del libre comercio Lori Wallach
  • Un referéndum a destiempo en Nueva Caledonia Jean-Michel Dumay
  • Una renegociación desconcertante Laura Carlsen
  • Geopolítica de la posverdad. La información en la era de las ’fake news’.
  • Asalariados martirizados por el “management” Alain Deneault
  • Para salir del atolladero en Venezuela Temir Porras Ponceleón
  • ¿Es Brasil fascista? Renaud Lambert
  • El fracaso de la utopía islamista Hicham Alaoui
  • Los corredores de la discordia Samuel Berthet
  • Un Túnez contra el otro Thierry Brésillon
  • El debate distorsionado de la inmigración Benoît Bréville
  • Firme y será libre Pierre Rimbert
  • La cara antisocial de Vladímir Putin Karine Clément
  • El “brexit” revela las fracturas entre los conservadores británicos Agnès Alexandre-Collier
  • Del permiso de residencia al carnet del sindicato Lucie Tourette
  • El fin de las hostilidades entre Etiopía y Eritrea Gérard Prunier
  • Prostitutas nigerianas víctimas del “yuyu” Mathilde Harel
  • ¿La elocuencia o la labia? Olivier Barbarant
  • Elogio de la gratuidad Paul Ariès
  • Las primeras lecciones del “brexit” Bernard Cassen

REFUGEE STUDIES, Journal of

2018, Vol. 31, Nº 3
  • Obituary: Barbara Harrell-Bond Roger Zetter
  • Introduction: Forced Migration In/Of Asia—Interfaces and Multiplicities Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho; Cabeiri Debergh Robinson
  • Forced Migration, Refugees and China’s Entry into the ‘Family of Nations’, 1861–1949 Glen Peterson
  • Hospitality as a Horizon of Aspiration (or, What the International Refugee Regime Can Learn from Acehnese Fishermen) Anne McNevin; Antje Missbach
  • Boundaries and Belonging in the Indo-Myanmar Borderlands: Chin Refugees in Mizoram Kirsten McConnachie
  • From Political Activists to Social Entrepreneurs: Burmese Refugees in South Korea Sang kook Lee
  • Charting Interfaces of Power: Actors, Constellations of Mobility and Weaving Displaced Shan's Translocal ‘Home’ Territory Along the Thai-Burma Border Wen-Ching Ting
  • Interfaces and the Politics of Humanitarianism: Kachin Internal Displacement at the China–Myanmar Border Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho

PUEBLOS

2018, Nº 78
  • Decimos ‘hasta siempre’ haciendo comunicación crítica Luis Nieto Pereira y Andrea Gago Menor
  • Tejer procesos para erradicar las violencias CEAR-Euskadi
  • Retos, alianzas y sueños en las publicaciones de vocación crítica Marien González Hidalgo y equipo de la Revista Ecología Política
  • Que viene, que viene Montse Santolino
  • Cambio climático: ¿vamos en serio o no hay para tanto? Àlex Guillamón
  • USAID-NED, el río que lleva a Rosa María Payá Ramón Pedregal Casanova
  • Entrevisra a Paco Etxeberria, antropólogo forense, “La ultraderecha se ha reactivado. Es normal cuando hay una sociología franquista y actitudes preconstitucionales en boca de toda una generación” Eneko Calle y Andrea Gago Menor
  • Periodismo (crítico): la utilidad de la información como contrapoder J. Marcos y Mª Ángeles Fernández
  • Desmontando el storytelling de las grandes empresas: confrontar el relato… y la práctica Pedro Ramiro Erika González
  • Cómo contar para cambiar el mundo en tiempos adversos Amanda Andrades González
  • Palabras que cuentan: Comunicación y economía de la credibilidad Estefanía Rodero
  • Los medios de comunicación, víctimas y agentes en el conflicto vasco y en su resolución (también) Teresa Toda Iglesia
  • Periodismo feminista a 6 euros la horaAndrea Momoitio
  • Los medios del miedo Pablo “Pampa” Sainz
  • Fake news, intoxicación mediática y propaganda de guerra Roberto Montoya
  • Guerra comercial, ¿guerra informativa? Xulio Ríos
  • Palestina: cuando el peligro de contar una sola historia se hace fuerte Elizabeth Masero
  • La garrapata mental: informar sobre África en tiempos del hambre Sebastián Ruiz-Cabrera
  • Modelos comunicacionales en América Latina en una nueva etapa política Mª Cruz Tornay
  • La lucha por la información: el conflicto nicaragüense en la comunicación crítica Eneko Gastaka Urruela
  • Radio Victoria: 25 años siendo una voz disonante en El Salvador Isabelo Cortez
  • Medios masivos de comunicación en Colombia: ocultan la paz, posicionan la guerra Lara Gil Menés y Blanca Lucía Valencia Molina
  • Libertad bajo palabra: el periodismo en México como paradigma de resistencia y comunicación para la transformación social Sonia Herrera y Suso López
  • La comunicación argentina como parte del poder Comunicadores de la Argentina
  • La periferia resiste: iniciativas de comunicación que desafían la violencia de Estado en Brasil João Paulo Brito e Laura Daudén
  • Medios contra Venezuela: piezas del engranaje bélico Eduardo Viloria Daboín

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND CAPABILITIES, Journal of

2018, Vol. 19, Nº 4
  • Capability to be Educated—Inspiring and Inclusive Pedagogical Arrangements from Finnish Schools
  • The Tragedy of the Commons and Population Health: The State’s Intervention in an Individual’s Actions and Choices from a Capability Perspective.
  • Measuring Well-being: A Multidimensional Index Integrating Subjective Well-being and Preferences.
  • How Does Child Disadvantage Change with Age? An Analysis of Australian Childre.
  • Private Wealth Across European Countries: The Role of Income, Inheritance and the Welfare State.
  • Social Gradient in Capabilities.
  • Intransigent Disadvantage: What Inequality Contributes to Development Gaps.
  • Health Gap, Wealth Gap—What is the Question?
  • Power, Social Exclusion and the “Good Life”: the Importance of Measuring What Really Counts
  • Social Determinants, Capabilities and Health Inequalities: A Response to Bhugra, Greco, Fennell and Venkatapuram

ECOLOGISTA

2018, Nº 97

La peste de los pesticidas.Fernando Pérez

  • Crónica de una ecologista en la junta de una multinacional minera.
  • Crónica de una ecologista en la junta de una multinacional minera.
  • Tarifa. Valdevaqueros no se urbaniza.
  • Ciudad de la salud, ciudad de la especulación.
  • Fraguas, repoblar no es delito.
  • Colombia. La construcción de una represa desplaza a miles de personas.
  • Las mujeres cuentan en energía.
  • La ropa de montaña contamina el mar.
  • Ecomarcha 2018. En bici contra las minas

COMMUNICATION RESEARCH TRENDS

2018, Vol. 37, Nº 3

Unbeatable? Debates and Divides in Gender and Video Game research

COMMUNICATION RESEARCH TRENDS

2018, Vol. 37, Nº 2
  • Digital Shepherding: Social Comunication and Religious leadership

ENVIO

2018, Nº 438
  • Resistencia azul y blanco frente al estado de excepción
  • Noticias Nicaragua
  • “El sistema judicial está siendo usado por el régimen como arma política represiva”
  • Juntos somos un volcán… pero lo habíamos olvidado”
  • Las luchas universitarias durante el somocismo. Los estudiantes de abril: más desafíos y nuevas posibilidades
  • América Latina: Ante la crisis de Venezuela la izquierda carece de crítica
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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL

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Revista sobre Desarrollo editada por la University of the West of England en Bristol. Su objetivo es realizar una comparación a nivel internacional de las practicas, políticas, métodos y programas de los distintos países dentro de su contexto original. Aborda programas políticos, económicos y sociales relacionados con el gobierno y/o instituciones locales tanto desde el punto de vista práctico como político. En Hegoa pueden encontrarse los números desde 1992. Más información aquí .

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Community Work and Going Glocal in Scandinavian Welfare States
  • special issue on community work and going glocal in Scandinavian Welfare States Tobba Therkildsen Sudmann; Jan-Kåre Breivik
  • Negotiating obstacles in the making of a parkour site at Leitet children and young people’s participation in area development Linda Nordgreen; Mary Alice Økland; Kjell Henriksbø; Tobba Therkildsen Sudmann
  • Community art with young people in a divided residential area in Sweden – the emergence of Art-PIMPA Eva Lundgren Stenbom; Päivi Turunen
  • Community music therapy as participatory practice in a child welfare setting – a Norwegian case study Viggo Krüger
  • Applying creativity and physical arts in community work education Jan-Kåre Breivik; Tobba Therkildsen Sudmann
  • ‘Welcome in my back Yard’ – the role of affective practices and learning in an experiment with local social integration in Hjortshøj, Denmark Mia Arp Fallov; Anja Jørgensen
  • The power of human agency: successful community development strategies in Norway’s rural northern margins Dag Jørund Lønning
  • Cultural sensitivity and barriers: Sami people with disabilities facing the welfare system Line Melbøe
  • Communitas and Friluftsliv: equine-facilitated activities for drug users Tobba Therkildsen Sudmann
  • Civil society and the welfare state in Norway – historical relations and future roles Jill Loga
2018, Vol. 53, Nº 2
  • Community as a ‘spray-on solution’: a case study of community engagement within the income management programme in Australia Philip Mendes
  • Community: a powerful label? Connecting wind energy to rural Ireland Bríd Walsh
  • Siting of human services facilities and the not in my back yard phenomenon: a critical research review Klas Borell and Åsa Westermark
  • An approach towards the planning of green child-friendly spaces in South Africa Elizelle Juaneé Cilliers and Selna Cornelius
  • The role of change- and stability-oriented place attachment in rural community resilience: a case study in south-west Scotland Saskia Zwiers; Marianna Markantoni and Dirk Strijker
  • Analysis of a multipronged community development initiative in two distressed neighbourhoods Russell Weaver and Jason Knight
  • The practice of community potential mapping as a guideline for community development in Malaysia W A Amir Zal
  • An asset-based intervention with tuberculosis groups in rural Indonesian villages: Overview and lessons learned Christa Dewi; Lesley Barclay; Shawn Wilson and Megan Passey
  • Barriers to recovery for Chinese mental health service-users in the UK: a case for community development Lynn Tang
  • Learning through the action of research: reflections on an Afrocentric research design Zamokwakho Hlela
  • The compassionate city Jenny Donovan
  • Scaling Up: The Convergence of Social Economy and Sustainability Marlyne Sahakian -Sustainability and the Political Economy of Welfare Peadar Kirby
  • Civil Society Organizations in Turbulent Times: A gilded web? Marjorie Mayo
2018, Vol. 53, Nº 1
  • The transition movement as a politics and pedagogy in communities. _Callum McGregor and Jim Crowther.
  • Interfering politicians: the underbelly of a local community development within a South Africa context. Monique Marks and Kira Erwin
  • Participatory exclusion of women in natural resource management: silent voices from wetland communities in Bangladesh. _Mahed-UI-Islam Choudhury, C. Emdad Haque and Sanzidada Habib
  • Community participation for sustainable rural development: revisiting South Korean rural modernization of the 1970s. Yunjeong Yang
  • Love in community work in rural Timor-Leste: a co-operative inquiry for a participation framework of practice. Naomi Joy Godden
  • Measuring community resilience: developing and applying a 'hybrid evaluation' approach. Artur Steiner, Mike Woolvin and Sarah Skerratt
  • The 'business of community development' and the right to the city: reflections on the neoliberalization processes in urban community development. Julia Fursova
  • Impact of displacement on a livelihood: a case study of Odisha. _Neelman Jaysawal and Sudeshna Saha
  • Assessing the effect of corporate social responsabilty on community development in the Niger Delta: a corporate perspective. _Uwafiakun Idemudia and Nedo Osayande
  • A comparative analysis of the role of traditional and modern community development in Ogoniland, Nigeria. _Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor, Tim Gray and Seline Marguerite Stead
2017, Vol. 52, Nº 4
  • Rethinking co-operatives: Japanese-Canadian fishing co-operatives Jo-Anne Lee; Brian Smallshaw; Ana Maria Peredo
  • Planning implications of guarded neighborhoods in Malaysia Peter Aning Tedong; Wan Nor Azriyati Wan Abd Aziz; Noor Rosly Hanif; Zafirah Al-Sadat Zyed; Norsiah Abd Aziz
  • Building empowerment in market-based redevelopment: changing paradigms for affordable housing and community development in Washington, DC Kathryn Howell
  • Mitigating blight and building community pride in a legacy city: lessons learned from a land bank's clean and green programme Richard C Sadler; Natalie K Pruett
  • The discursive construction of an active rural community Kaisu Kumpulainen
  • Community development in ‘Post-Neoliberal Bolivia’: decolonization or alternative modernizations? Amber Wutich; Melissa Beresford
  • Enhancing choices through collective capability: a study of invisible home-based cashew processors in Kerala, India Asha Kuzhiparambil
  • Building smart communities in the Hungarian social economy Annamária Orbán
  • Community development in higher education: how do academics ensure their community-based research makes a difference? Lesley Wood
  • Expecting the unexpected: the role of surprise in community-driven development Czarina Saloma; Lorraine Mangaser; Candy Hidalgo
  • Community development in Ukraine Nataliya Drozd
2017, Vol. 52, Nº 3
  • Solidarity, organizing and tactics of resistance in the 21st century: social movements and community development praxis in dialogue.
  • Agrarian politics and land struggles in the Northern Uganda.
  • Creating political subjects: collective knowledge and action to enact housing rights in Spain.
  • What is autonomy, and how can we make it possible? Reflecting on concrete experiences from Latin America.
  • Resourcing community organizing: examples from England and Quebec.
  • Radicalizing community development: the changing face of the Queer Movement in Hyderabad City.
  • The violence of (in)action: communities, climate and business-as-usual.
  • Colonial dispossession, developmental discourses and humanitarian solidarity in "Area C": the case of Palestinian Yanun Village.
  • "Madness" and activism in Ireland and Scotland, a dialogue.
2017, Vol. 52, Nº 102
  • One concept: many practices The diverse understandings of Community Development in East and South-East Asia Kwok-kin Fung; Gary Craig
  • Shequ construction and service development in urban China: an examination of the Shenzhen model Ning Tang; Fei Sun
  • Ecological improvement and community participation: lessons from Xiaoqing River Ecological Improvement Project in Jinan, China Yanlei Hu; Cathy Yang Liu; Tong Chen
  • The changing faces of community development in China: the case of Beijing Shuqiang Chen; Kwok-kin Fung; Suet-lin Hung
  • Neoliberalization and community development practices in Hong Kong Kwok-kin Fung
  • Community practice at a crossroad: the approaches and challenges in Taiwan Yi-Yi Chen; Yeun-Wen Ku
  • Caught up in policy gaps: distressed communities of South-Asian migrant workers in Little India, Singapore Geerhardt Kornatowksi
  • Community development in Indonesia Sue Kenny; Azwar Hasan; Ismet Fanany
  • Vocational education for sustainable community development: building collaborative efforts in Myanmar and Vietnam Krittinee Nuttavuthisit
  • Community rights in Cambodia: contradictions in discourse and practice Udeet Methala
  • The evolutionary path of the 21st Hyogo Long-term Vision Project in Japan: community development, resilience, and well-being Takayoshi Kusago; Shinsaku Hirata
  • The art of participation: the case of creative communities in Indonesia Sim Kok Eng Amy
  • Belonging to a favoured school community in Manila: a culturally appropriate opportunity to overcome extreme living conditions? Marielle Bruyninckx; Dimitri Cauchie; Alix Maurice
  • Questioning the premise: a personal counter-reflection on community work in South and South East Asia Brian Belton
2016, Vol. 51, Nº 4
  • EditorialMae Shaw and Keith Popple.
  • Distant” wives and prisoners in Russia: care in the careless state. Elena Omelchenko
  • Urban local sport clubs, migrant children and youth in Russia. Guzel Sabirova and Alexey Zinoviev
  • The role of social networks in savings groups: insights from village savings and loan associations in Luwero, Uganda. Laban Kashaija Musinguzi
  • From personal ties to village welfare: changing community bonding in post-socialist rural China. Haijing Dai
  • Tourism and rural development in western China: a case from Turpan. Parhad Keyim
  • Converging for deterring land abandonment: a systematization of experiences of a rural grassroots innovation. Inês Campos, André Vizinho, Monica Truninger, and Gil Penha Lopes
  • ‘Don't make my people beggars’: a developing world house of cards. Bethina Loiseau, Rebekah Sibbald, Salem A. Raman, Darren Benedict, Helen Dimaras, and Lawrence C. Loh
2016, Vol. 51, Nº 3
  • Can community development practice survive neoliberalism in Aotearoa New Zealand?. Jenny Aimers and Peter Walker
  • Land grabbing, investors, and indigenous peoples: new legal strategies for an old practice?Jérémie Gilbert
  • Part of the solution or part of the problem? Reflections on teaching participatory asset mapping.Jonathan Parker and Sara Ashencaen Crabtree
  • Learning and power in international development partnerships: a case study of Iowan farmers in Uganda. Stephen Lauer and Francis Owusu
  • The Glue that Binds: an exploration of the way resettled refugee communities define and experience social capital.Emma E. Pittaway, Linda Bartolomei, and Geraldine Doney
  • Social media, community development and social capital.Peter Matthews
  • Empowering rural youth with Facebook: lessons from a local Swedish case-study. Lotta Svensson
2016, Vol. 51, Nº 2
  • Reflecting on ‘evidence’ and documentation devices in ‘translating’ community interventions.Brian McGrath
  • Exploring women's care for the local environment: a community-based feminist participatory research approach.Sandra Sewell and Nonie Harris
  • Motivation and participation in multi-stakeholder innovation platforms in the Great Lakes Region of Africa.Annet Abenakyo Mulema and Robert Edward Mazur
  • Community fire prevention via population segmentation modeling.Mark Taylor, Emma Higgins, Paulo Lisboa, Ian Jarman, and Abir Hussain
  • Suwan Prasit 2: a resettlement project in Bangkok revisited.Kittima Leeruttanawisut and Kioe-Sheng Yap
  • The limits to community-based conflict resolution in North-East Congo.Niamh Gaynor
  • Training local organizations to support healthy food access: results from a year-long project.Lara Jaskiewicz, Rachael D. Dombrowski, Gina Massuda Barnett, Maryann Mason, and Christina Welter
  • Decentralizing decentralized governance: community empowerment and coproduction of municipal public works in Northeast Thailand. Tatchalerm Sudhipongpracha and Achakorn Wongpredee
2016, Vol. 51, Nº 1
  • Editorial Introduction: What's new and old in community development? Reflecting on 50 years of CDJ.Mick Carpenter, Akwugo Emejulu, and Marilyn Taylor
  • CDJ 50 years anniversary conference presentation: looking backwards, looking forwards – from the present. Marjorie Mayo
  • Community development today: engaging challenges through cosmopolitanism?.Sue Kenny
  • Community development and the politics for social welfare: rethinking redistribution and recognition struggles in the United States. Akwugo Emejulu and Edward Scanlon
  • ‘We would rather die in jail fighting for land, than die of hunger’: a Ugandan case study examining the deployment of corporate-led community development in the green economyPeter Westoby and Kristen Lyons
  • Fragile heterotopias – a case study of a Danish social enterprise. Silla Marie Mørch Sievers
  • Silent counteractions of community organizations in a welfare partnership: a case study of South Korean workfare agencies.Suyoung Kim
  • Worker centres, cities and grassroots regulation of the labour market.Jacob Lesniewski and Ramsin Canon
  • Philanthropy and community development: the vital signs of community foundation?Jenny Harrow and Tobias Jung
  • Cockburn, Cynthia (1977) The Local State: Management of Cities and People, London, Pluto Press The Local State: Community Development's invisible elephant.Martin Mowbray
  • Living on Borrowed Time: Plutocrats as Parasites.Matthew Scott
2015, Vol. 50, Nº 4
  • Themed Section - Post-2015: what should be the contribution of community development in the new global development framework?.Jo Howard and Joanna Wheeler
  • What community development and citizen participation should contribute to the new global framework for sustainable development.Jo Howar and Joanna Wheeler
  • Building citizenship in the context of the debate on the post-2015 agenda in Bolivia.Walter Arteaga
  • Towards age-inclusive sustainable development goals: exploring the potential role and contributions of community development.Crystal Kwan and Julie Drolet
  • Charting new territory: community participation at the centre of global policy making. Pradeep Narayanan, Vineetha, Gayathri Sarangan, and Sowmyaa Bharadwaj
  • Re-grounding participatory video within community emergence towards social accountability.Jacqueline Shaw
  • Placemaking in rural new gateway communities.Katia Balassiano and Marta Maria Maldonado
  • Monetary and non-monetary benefits from the Bimbia-Bonadikombo community forest, Cameroon: policy implications relevant for carbon emissions reduction programmes. Emmanuel O. Nuesiri
  • Interrogating women's peace work: community-based peacebuilding, gender, and savings' co-operatives in post-conflict Nepal. Smita Ramnarain
  • A civil society network's response to regulatory policy in post-neoliberal Ecuador.Susan Appe
  • The impact of social and cultural factors on the consumption of western fast food among Chinese children. Chunyan Song, Keiko Goto, Min Hu, and Cindy Wolff
  • Building belonging and connection for children with disability and their families: a co-designed research and community development project in a regional community.Sally Robinson and Danielle Notara
  • Conversing on the commons: an interview with Gustavo Esteva—part 2. Órla O'Donovan
2015, Vol. 50, Nº 3
  • Community organizing: introduction to themed section.Marilyn Taylor and Mandy Wilson
  • Community organizing in the United States. Robert Fisher and James DeFilippis
  • The global spread of community organizing: how ‘Alinsky-style’ community organizing travelled to Australia and what we learnt?. Amanda Tattersall
  • Review article: Training for Transformation – The Movement and the Books. uliet Millican
  • The social and solidarity economy towards greater ‘sustainability’: learning across contexts and cultures, from Geneva to Manila. Marlyne D. Sahakian and Christophe Dunand
  • The relational bent of community participation: the challenge social network analysis and Simmel offer to top-down prescriptions of ‘community’. Deborah V. Holman
  • Missing from the picture? Migrant and Refugee Community Organizations' responses to poverty and destitution in Glasgow. Teresa Piacentini
  • Development-induced displacement: impact on adivasi women of Odisha.De Debasree
  • Towards a model of university-aided technologically driven community development. Marcellus Mbah
  • Processes of community-led social enterprise development: learning from the rural context.Sarah-Anne Munoz, Artur Steiner, and Jane Farmer
  • Finance, social economics and community development. Brendan Murtagh and Niamh Goggin
  • Local property ownership, municipal policy, and sustainable urban development in Phoenix, AZ. Benjamin W. Stanley
2015, Vol. 50, Nº 2
  • Exclusion in development initiatives: a study of women with disabilities in Binga, Zimbabwe.Edson Munsaka
  • Picturing community development work in Uganda: fostering dialogue through photovoice.Twine Bananuka and Vaughn M. John
  • Potential electricity co-operatives in Kenya: could social capital be a barrier?.Said Abdallah, Hans Bressers, and Joy Clancy
  • Social capital development in a rural women's micro-enterprise in Mexico: insights on leadership, trust and cooperation. Lorena M. Ibargüen-Tinley
  • A framework and methodology for differentiating community intervention forms in global health. Mikey Rosato
  • gniting citizen participation in creating healthy built environments: the role of community organizations. Natasha Blanchet-Cohen
  • Health impact assessment as community participation. Nicole Iroz-Elardo
  • The experiences of community workers and other professionals using restorative approaches in Kingston-upon-Hull.Craig Lambert
  • The political economy of localization in the transition movement. Philip Barnes
  • Network analysis in co-productive research with a multi-sector community collaboration. Miriam A. Abel and Judy L. Gillespie
2014, Vol. 49, Nº 4
  • Growing food to grow cities? The potential of agriculture foreconomic and community development in the urban United States. Domenic Vitiello and Laura Wolf-Powers
  • The effect of urbanization on community-managed water supply: case study of Buea, Cameroon. Zian Sally, Susan J. Gaskin, Fidelis Folifac, and Sunday Shende Kometa
  • Behaviour change and energy consumption: a case study on engaging and retaining participation of low-income individuals.Lygia Romanach, Nina Hall, and Stephanie Cook
  • Science in community environmental struggles: lessons from community environmental monitors, Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu.Shweta Narayan and Eurig Scandrett
  • The politics of person, property, technology: emergent development practice in semi-arid communities in India.Dolly Daftary
  • Deconstructing gatekeepers discourses in the establishment of self-help groups for women in rural India. Supriya Baily
  • Peeling back the layers on participatory development: evidence from a community-based women's group in Western Kenya. Temilade Sesan
  • More health for the money’: an analytical framework for access to health care through microfinance and savings groups. Somen Saha
  • uilding a community engagement approach for patient safety improvement. Rachel Gooden, Shamsuzzoha B. Syed, Paul Rutter, Joyce Dixon Hightower, and Edward Kelley
2014, Vol. 49, Nº 3
  • Rethinking the plight of American urban areas as a human security challenge. Portia Rawles
  • The violence of community? Conceptualizations of ‘community’ in responses to intimate partner abuse. Jackie Haq and Ruth Lewis
  • Adult education, community development and democracy: renegotiating the terms of engagement. Mae Shaw and Jim Crowther
  • Unpacking community resilience through Capacity for Change. Artur Steiner and Marianna Markantoni
  • Agency: individual ‘Fit’ and sustainable community development. Ann Dale
  • Strengthening a community of poverty in an affluent society: strategies to build social capital in Tin Shui Wai North in Hong Kon. Kwok Kin Fung and Suet Lin Hung
  • ‘It's who you know’: community empowerment through network brokers. Sarah Morgan-Trimmer
  • Building coalitions and learning together: a Korean-American community organization. Junghwan Kim
  • Where is the place for jazz in community development?. Mikulas Pstross
2014, Vol. 49, Nº 2
  • Race, class, and community organizing in support of economic justice initiatives in the twenty-first century. Sekou Franklin
  • The AgroEcological-Educator: food-based community development. R. Alan Wight
  • Foregrounding practice – reaching for a responsive and ecological approach to community development: a conversational inquiry into the dialogical and developmental frameworks of community development. Peter Westoby and Allan Kaplan
  • Participation and gender in Latin America: perspectives from decentralized cooperation and Local Human Development approaches. Unai Villalba, Yolanda Jubeto, and Luis Guridi
  • Social enterprises in rural community development. Robyn Eversole, Jo Barraket, and Belinda Luke
  • Civic spaces in rural new gateway communities. Katia Balassiano and Marta Maria Maldonado
  • Is Mayfield Pool saved yet? Community assets and their contingent, discursive foundations. Tom Griffiths , Tim Connor, Bill Robertson, and Liam Phela
  • The tyranny of participation revisited: international support to local governance in Burundi. _Niamh Gaynor.
  • Building communities collaboratively: the Milton Keynes Community Mobiliser Service. Deborah H. Drake, Katy Simmons, and Kate Smith
2014, Vol. 49, Nº 1
  • Agency and social capital: characteristics and dynamics. Chris Ling y Ann Dale
  • Snakes and ladders: inclusive community development and Gypsies and Travellers. Andrew Ryder
  • Beyond text: exploring ethos and method in co-producing research with communities. Yasminah Beebeejaun, Catherine Durose, James Rees, Joanna Richardson y Liz Richardson
  • When words arrive: a qualitative study of poetry as a community development tool. Sandra D. Sjollema y Jill Hanley
  • Situating the eco-social economy: conservation initiatives and environmental organizations as catalysts for social and economic development. Nathan James Bennett and Raynald Harvey Lemelin
  • A method for assessing community flood management knowledge for vulnerable groups: Australias 2010-2011 floods. Erica Bell y Grant Blashki
  • Developing partnerships: the assertion of local control of international development volunteers in South Africa. kathy Impay y John Overton
  • The legacy of war for community-based tourism development: learnings from Cambodia. Sotear Ellis y Lynnaire M: Sheridan
  • Community work stations: an incremental fix of the community construction project in China. Da Wei Zhang y Miu Chung Tan
  • Small change : the making of Stirchley Park. Jeni Burnell y Nabeel Hamdi
2013, Vol. 48, Nº 4
  • Agency and initiative by community associations in relations of shared governance: between civil society and local state. Susan A. Ostrander
  • Photographs speak louder than words: the language of international development images. Samantha Wehbi and Deane Taylor
  • Regeneration and food poverty in the United Kingdom: learning from the New Deal for Communities programme. Hannah Lambie-Mumford
  • Community-based natural resource management: living with Alice in Wonderland? Frik de Beer
  • The Tottenham riots: the Big Society and the recurring neglect of community participation. Denis Dillon and Bryan Fanning
  • The role of external economic assistance in nurturing cross-community contact and reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the Border Counties. Peter Karari, Sean Byrne, Olga Skarlato, Kawser Ahmed, and Julie M. Hyde
  • The integration of community development values, skills and strategies within rural social work practice in Victoria, Australia. Philip Mendes and Fronica Binns
  • ‘No food in the house’: policy ambiguity, inaction, and food insecurity. Elizabeth Kiggins and Susan L. Erikson
2013, Vol. 48, Nº 3
Extractive Industries
  • Editorial introduction: the extractive industries, community development and livelihood change in developing countries. Roy Maconachie and Gavin Hilson
  • Community and company capacity: the challenge of resource-led development in Zambia's ‘New Copperbelt’. James Van Alstine and Stavros Afionis
  • The mining boom in Malawi: implications for community development. Paul Justice Kamlongera
  • Oil and water: the Bodo spills and the destruction of traditional livelihood structures in the Niger Delta. Scott Pegg and Nenibarini Zabbey
  • Fishing in troubled waters: oil production, seaweed and community-level grievances in the Western Region of Ghana. Abigail Ackah-Baidoo
  • Change in rural livelihoods in the Andes: do extractive industries make any difference? Leonith Hinojosa
  • Mining, development and corporate–community conflicts in Peru. Fiorella Triscritti
  • Community without solidarity: mercury pollution from small-scale mining and Colombia's crisis of authority. Shefa Siegel
  • Community development in Ok Tedi, Papua New Guinea: the role of anthropology in the extractive industries. Emma Gilberthorpe
  • Conceptualizing mining impacts, livelihoods and corporate community development in Melanesia. Glenn Banks, Dora Kuir-Ayius, David Kombako, and Bill Sagir
2013, Vol. 48, Nº 2
  • The colonial legacy of international voluntary service. Helene Perold, Lauren A. Graham, Eddy Mazembo Mavungu, Karena Cronin, Learnmore Muchemwa, and Benjamin J. Lough
  • Achieving broader benefits from Indigenous land use agreements: community development in Central Australia. Danielle Campbell and Janet Eileen Hunt
  • Participation at the coalface: translating local knowledges and institutions in post-war Tigray, North Ethiopia. Kiros Hiruy and Robyn Eversole
  • Community rotating savings and credit associations as an agent of well-being: a case study from northern Rwanda. Cecilia Benda
  • Implementing ‘community development’ in a post-disaster situation. Ruth Webber and Kate Jones
  • ‘Community resilience or shared destitution?’ Refugees' internal assistance in a deteriorating economic environment. Naohiko Omata
  • Community development in Indonesia: westernization or doing it their way? Sue Kenny, Ismet Fanany, and Sutria Rahayu
  • The potentials of art to involve citizens in regional transitions: exploring a site-specific performance in Haarzuilens, the Netherlands. Marian Stuiver, Pat van der Jagt, Eugene van Erven, and Isabel Hoving
  • Building community capital in social care: is there an economic case? Martin Knapp, Annette Bauer, Margaret Perkins, and Tom Snell
  • Reflections on ‘Golden Dawn’, community organizing and nationalist solidarity: helping (only) Greeks. Alexandra Koronaiou and Alexandros Sakellariou
2013, Vol. 48, Nº 1
  • Community-based organizations for migrant workers' rights: the emergence of labour NGOs in China. Chris King-chi Chan
  • The border, the people and the river: development of the cross-border area between southern Spain and Portugal. Estrella Gualda, António Fragoso, and Emilio Lucio-Villegas
  • Using social network analysis in community development practice and research: a case study. Gretchen Ennis and Deborah West
  • Community-based integrated fire management planning: linking ecology and society in Honduras. Matthew Lineal and Melinda Laituri
  • Examining social capital within a local food system. Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, Jennifer Murray, and Karen P. Isaacs
  • The riddle of community development: factors influencing participation and management in twenty-nine African and Latin American communities. Nicholas Awortwi
  • Protecting rights of orphan and vulnerable children: no substitute for community action in Nyanza, Kenya. Dipankar Datta
  • Partnership, the Big Society and community organizing: between romanticizing, problematizing and politicizing community. Paul Bunyan
  • Small Change: understanding cultural action as a resource for unlocking assets and building resilience in communities. Jeni Burnell
  • Lost in austerity: rethinking the community sector. Niall Crowley
  • Searching for the state and the market in American community development: reflections on editing Community Development in the Steel City. Akwugo Emejulu
2012, Vol. 47, Nº 4
  • Bold but balanced: how community development contributes to mental health and inclusion. Patience Seebohm, Alison Gilchrist, and David Morris
  • ‘Race’ on the welfare margins: the UK government's Delivering Race Equality mental health programme. Gary Craig and Reg Walker
  • Community development as mental health promotion: principles, practice and outcomes. Angus McCabe and Ann Davis
  • The capabilities approach, adult community learning and mental health. Lydia Lewis
  • Targeting empowerment in community development: a community psychology approach to enhancing local power and well-being. Brian D. Christens
  • Re-thinking mental health for indigenous Australian communities: communities as context for mental health. Bernard Guerin and Pauline Guerin
  • Mental health, social inclusion, and community development: lessons from Bristol. on Fieldhouse
  • Positive Mental Attitudes: how community development principles have shaped a ten-year mental health inequalities programme in Scotland. Neil Quinn and Lee Knifton
  • Space, place and people: a community development approach to mental health promotion in a disadvantaged community. Vanessa K. Rose and Lisa M. Thompson
2012, Vol. 47, Nº 3
  • The impact of community engagement on health and social outcomes: a systematic review. Beth Milton, Pamela Attree, Beverley French, Sue Povall, Margaret Whitehead, and Jennie Popay
  • Discourses of post-Katrina reconstruction: a frame analysis. Loretta Pyles and Scott Harding
  • Rebuilding community in the wake of disaster: lessons from the recovery from the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka and India. Martin Mulligan and Yaso Nadarajah
  • Non-governmental organizations in Bangladesh: their contribution to social capital development and community empowerment. M. Rezaul Islam and William J. Morgan
  • The new development paradigm through the lens of the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme: legitimacy, accountability and the political sphere. Antonia C. Settle
  • Asylum seeker ‘vulnerability’: the official explanation of service providers and the emotive responses of asylum seekers. Sophia Rainbird
  • Micro-credit as a community development strategy: a South African case study. Nompumelelo Thabethe, Vhumani Magezi, and Mandla Nyuswa
  • Because it all begins with talk: community radio as a vital element in community development. Niamh Gaynor and Anne O'Brien
2012, Vol. 47, Nº 2
  • The contribution of a social enterprise to the building of social capital in a disadvantaged urban area of London. Marcello Bertotti, Angela Harden, Adrian Renton and Kevin Sheridan
  • Vocabularies of community. Hilary Yerbury
  • Regulating activism: an institutional ethnography of public participation. Kate M. Murray
  • Rethinking the nature of community economies: some lessons from post-Soviet Ukraine. Colin Williams, Sara Nadin, Peter Rodgers and John Round
  • Evidencing the impact of community engagement in neighbourhood regeneration: the case of Canley, Coventry. David Jarvis, Nigel Berkeley and Kevin Broughton
  • GettingWired@Collingwood: an ICT project underpinned by action research. Robyn Broadbent and Theo Papadopoulos
  • Community development and everyday life. Rod Purcell
  • Empowerment through participation: assessing the voices of leaders from recycling cooperatives in São Paulo, Brazil. Crystal Tremblay and Jutta Gutberlet
2012, Vol. 47, Nº 1
  • Building capacity to engage: community engagement or government engagement? Christine King and Margaret Cruickshank
  • Remaking participation: challenges for community development practice. Robyn Eversole
  • Using participatory theatre in international community development. Annie Sloman
  • Community gender entrepreneurship and self-help groups: a way forward to foster social capital and truly effective forms of participation among rural poor women? Maria Costanza Torri
  • The relevance of Alinsky? Hong Kong in 1970s and 2000s versus Vancouver in 1970s. Kit Lam
  • Towards a conceptual understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and community functioning. Judy Taylor, Jane Edwards, Sonia Champion, Alwin Chong, Simon Cheers, Rachel Cummins and Brian Cheers
  • Redefining volunteerism: the rhetoric of community home-based care in (the not so new) South Africa. Katinka De Wet
  • Measurement as reflection in faith-based social action. Adam Dinham and Martha Shaw
2011, Vol. 46, Nº 4
  • Community development and social pedagogy: traditions for understanding mobilization for collective self-development. Lisbeth Eriksson
  • Images of force: the power of maps in community development. Jill M. Fraley
  • Economic development and remote desert settlements. Ann T. Ingamells, Sarah Holcombe, and Jeremy Buultjens
  • Community work in Hong Kong: changing agenda in the recent phase of economic globalization. Kwok Kin Fung and Suet Lin Hung
  • The ‘agency’ of sustainable community development. Ann Dale and Jennie Sparkes
  • Complex systems leadership in emergent community projects. Jenny Onyx and Rosemary Jill Leonard ‘You are taking who?! to a national conference on social policy?’: A place for youth in the social policy life of their communities. E. Michelle Sullivan, Nancy E. Sullivan, Donna Hardy Cox, Douglas Butt, Cindy Dollemont, and Michelle Shallow
  • What is a ‘faith community’? Adam Dinham
  • Protecting natural resources: course of a river movement. Sujay Ghosh
  • Transitioning communities: community, participation and the Transition Town movement. Phil Connors and Peter McDonald
  • Appreciating assets: a new report from the International Association for Community . Ingrid Burkett
  • Stabilizing Somalia through integrating community-driven safety with socio-economic development. Tore R. Hamming
2011, Vol. 46, Nº 3
The politics of everyday life: Feminisms and contemporary community development.
  • The politics of everyday life: feminisms and contemporary community development.
  • The erosion of feminist self and identity in community development theory and practice.
  • The impact of New Zealand? Third way' style government on women in community development.
  • Poverty reduction, political violence and women's rights in Honduras.
  • Community work as women's work? The gendering of English neighbourdhood partnerships.
  • The construction of political agency: South Asian women and political activism.
  • Bringing women into local governance: a review of enabling mechanisms in South Africa.
  • Women's leadership in camps for internally displaced people in Darfur, western Sudan.
  • Re-theorizing feminist community development: towards a radical democratic citizenship.
  • Classic text: Sen, G. and Grown, C. (1987) Development, Crises, and Alternative Visions: Third World Women's Perspectives.
2011, Vol. 46, Nº S2
Community Development in an Age of Uncertainty: Connections and Fragmentations. International Symposium Supplement volume 2.
  • Editorial: Community development in a world of tightening constraints and widening possibilities.
  • Community development, social diversity, and the new metropolis.
  • Community development in contemporary ethnic-pluriform neighbourhoods: A critical look at social mixing.
  • Ethiopia´s anti-NGO law and its consequences for economic development.
  • Local economic development and partnerships: critical reflections from South Africa.
  • Participatory governance: Towards a strategic model.
  • Structure and agency: a debate for community development?
2011, Vol. 46, Nº 2
Community Development in an Age of Uncertainty: Connections and Fragmentations. International Symposium Supplement volume 1.
  • Building capacity through participatory action research: The state of the inner-city report project.
  • Neoliberalism, INGO practices and sustainable disaster recovery: A post-Katrina case study.
  • Empowerment and disempowerment in community development practice: Eight roles practitioners play.
  • The impact of government policy on grassroots level community development initiative in the Northwest region on Cameroon.
  • The silencing of radical democracy in American community development: The struggle of identities, discourses and practices.
  • Turning to community in times of crisis: Globally derived insights on local community formation.
2011, Vol. 46, Nº S1
  • Revitalizing community development in theory and practice?
  • Towards unsettling community development.
  • Diverse food economies, multivariant capitalism, and the community dynamic shaping contemporary food systems.
  • Strengthening women´s participation in local governance: Lessons and strategies.
  • Community development in a post-conflict context: Fracture and depleted social capital.
  • Managing democracy, localism in crisis: From dissent to incorporation, dilution and fragmentation.
  • Community development: Building on contradiction.
  • Fieldwork education in community organization: Privileging the process of political engagement.
2011, Vol. 46, Nº 1
  • Multicultural participation in an Israeli neighborhood.
  • From community participation to organizational therapy? World café and appreciative inquiry as research methods.
  • Organizing community-based research knowledge between universities and communities: Lessons learned.
  • The meaning of capacity building in Indonesia.
  • Community practice at a crossroads: The impact of the global on the local in India.
  • Urban community-based services in China: Tensions in the transitions.
2010, Vol. 45, Nº 4
  • Barriers to citizen participation: the missing voices of people living with low income.
  • Neo-colonial discourse and disability: the case of Canadian international development NGOs.
  • Organizing women for policy advocacy in Hong Kong: identities and perspectives of women organizers.
  • We call ourselves by many names: storytelling and inter-minority coalition-building.
  • Culture, tradition and sustainable rural livelihoods: exploring the culture-development interface in Kandy, Sri Lanka.
2010, Vol. 45, Nº 3
  • Learning from Latin America JENNY PEARCE, Joanna Howard and Audrey Bronstein
  • Community development: learning fromo popular education in Latin america.
  • Popular education and social change in Latin america.
  • Community development: a gendered activism? The masculinities question.
  • Popular education as a methodology for international cooperation: the Chilean experience.
  • The citizen's movement for democracy in Mexico: achievements, lessons and perspectives.
  • "The elephant in the room": silencing everyday violence in rights-based approaches to women's community participation in Argentina.
  • Cultures of participation: young people's engagement in the public sphere in Brazil.
  • Social movements in Bolivia: from strength to power.
2010, Vol. 45, Nº 2
  • Transformation through training: application of emancipatory methods in a housing education programme for rural women in South Africa.
  • Mining and community development: problems and possibilities of local-level practice.
  • Communities of citizens and 'indicators' of sustainibility.
2010, Vol. 45, Nº 1
  • Social capital: a necessary and sufficient condition to sustainable community development?
  • Social capital as a mechanism for building a sustainable society in Northern Ireland.
  • Juxtaposing doers and helpers in development.
  • Utilization and management of maternal and child health funds in rural Nepa.