AUTHOR - P M Blaikie, David Seddon, Cameron
ISBN - 9788187392163
YEAR - 2000
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION - PAGES 148
BINDING - HARDBOUND
SIZE - DEMY
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The Struggle for Basics Needs in Nepal is a product of intensive fieldwork in West Central Nepal (now Western Nepal) over a period of four years in the mid to late 1970s, It focuses on the lives of the seventy poorest rural households identified in an earlier survey of over six hundred. The households were re-visited and interviewed again, using a more participatory and interactive approach than in the initial rural household survey. They were asked what were the forces that made them poor and kept them poor.
About the Authors
The authors are senior members of the School of Development Studies and the Overseas Development Group (ODG) at the University of East Angila in Norwich, England, trained as human geographer (Blaikie), economist (Cameron), and sociologist social anthropologist (Seddon) respectively. They have worked, together and separately, to develop an integrated approach to the political economy and (in the case of Blaikie particularly) the political ecology of Nepal, for about 25 years.