The anti politics machine development depoliticization and bureaucratic power in lesotho 1994 o author james ferguson through a detailed case study of the thaba tseka development project in lesotho over the period 1975 to 1984 ferguson exposes the discourse and the practice of development to a highly explicit and critical scrutiny . The anti politics machine is a book by james ferguson this book is a critique of the concept of development in general viewed through the lens of failed attempts specifically the thaba tseka development project in lesotho from 1975 1984. The anti politics machine book read 28 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers development depoliticization and bureaucratic power in lesotho by james ferguson through the extreme case of lesotho james ferguson gives a powerful analysis of how development aid is disconnected from local realities how it is . Lohmann l ferguson j 1994 the anti politics machine development depoliticization and bureaucratic power in lesotho the ecologist 245 176 181 this essay by james ferguson and larry lohmann looks at the success of development in developing areas by first world nations. Introduction james fergusons the anti politics machine presents a foucauldian critique of the development apparatus explaining first that the development discourse produces a fantasy of the less developed country second how that fantasys disjunction with reality causes the development project to fail at its stated goals and third why the development apparatus has the
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