Représentations Comparées Et Limites De La Notion De Participation Suscitée En Afrique Et En Amérique Latine. La Participation Pour Le Développement, De Albert Meister
This article proposes a geopolitical reading of Albert MEISTER’s works on the participation for the development. Their interest is to place the voluntary or attracted participative practices, in “the story of the societies where they originated”, because they do not send back to the same conditions of development. The African united practices for example, do not form a project political as in Latin America. While destroying the sacred aura of the notion of participation (taken between the mimicry of the public administrations, and the new dominions of classes), MEISTER reaffirms its trust in the individual initiative, and in the diverse forms of the leadership.
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