Conviviality in global cultural development: Diversity, freedom and agency

Shorthose, James (2002) Conviviality in global cultural development: Diversity, freedom and agency. Development (Basingstoke), 45 (3). pp. 64-69. ISSN 1011-6370

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Abstract

James Shorthose suggests that the concept of conviviality could be useful for a strategic clarification of this multiplicity, for developing more inclusive and diverse research designs and strategies, and to develop a research discourse focused upon diversity, freedom and agency. He suggests that the concept of conviviality allows the thinking behind cultural research in global development thinking to become more focused on issues of governance and practical security, to be more sensitive to local cultural variation, to allow the greatest number of stakeholders to participate in the process, and thus to be ethical, inclusive and egalitarian. He suggests that conviviality might play an important role in culture and development thinking in the globalized context. © 2002 The Society for International Development.

Keywords:cultural influence, global perspective, governance approach
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Deposited On:08 Mar 2019 09:04

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