Items where Subject is "HN980 Developing countries"

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Bukari, Shaibu (2016) Parts unknown: a critical exploration of Fishers' social constructs of child labour in Ghana. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

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Cameron, Stuart James (2013) Great hopes, good jobs, affordable investments, and becoming a real person: education decisions of the urban poor in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

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de Hoop, Evelien and Arora, Saurabh (2016) Material meanings: ‘waste’ as a performative category of land in colonial India. Journal of Historical Geography, 55. pp. 82-92. ISSN 0305-7488

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Howard, Neil, Jacquemin, Mélanie and Thorsen, Dorte (2018) Baseline research report. Project for the Protection of Migrant children Along the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor (CORAL). Technical Report. Terre des Hommes.

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Karpouzoglou, Timothy (2012) ‘Our power rests in numbers’. The role of expert-led policy processes in addressing water quality: the case of peri-urban areas in the national capital region of Delhi, India. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

Krishnamurthy, Prasad, Pathania, Vikram and Tandon, Sharad (2014) Public distribution system reforms and consumption in Chhattisgarh. Economic & Political Weekly, 49 (8). pp. 74-81. ISSN 0012-9976

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Newman, Anneke (2018) [Review] M. Dunne, N. Durrani, K. Fincham, and B. Crossouard (2017) Troubling Muslim Youth Identities: Nation, Religion, Gender. Compare, 48 (3). pp. 468-470. ISSN 0305-7925

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Sancho, David (2012) ‘The year that can break or make you’: the politics of secondary schooling, youth and class in urban Kerala, South India. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

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Taela, Kátia Kristina Pereira (2017) Identity and agency in South-South relations: Brazilian development workers and Mozambique. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

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