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Jagatpur 1977-97 - Poverty and Social Change in Rural Bangladesh / জগতপুর ১৯৭৭-৯৭, পোভার্টি এন্ড স্যোশাল কালচার ইন রুরাল বাংলাদেশ
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Book Code 12359
Publisher University Press / ইউনিভার্সিটি প্রেস লিমিটেড
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Published February, 2000
ISBN 9840515144
Page 504
Language English
Binding Hardcover
Price Tk. 550.00
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Jagatpur 1977-97
Poverty and Social Change in Rural Bangladesh
Kamal Siddiqui
ISBN984 05 1514 4 2000 504pp 215x136mm HB Tk.550.00 US$27.00

This is a longitudinal study seeking to explain poverty in rural Bangladesh during the two decades between 1977 and 1997. More explicitly, the objective has been to delineate the processes within rural society which caused, aggravated, maintained and reduced poverty in a typical Bangladesh village during the above period. On both occasions, long drawn and painstaking fieldwork was undertaken within a holistic framework of analysis.

Development of the physical infrastructure by the government, the provision of microcredit by the NGOs and the supply and dissemination of modem agricultural inputs by the private sector are, by themselves quite inadequate to address the problems of rural poverty in Bangladesh. There is a strong need to reform the anti-poor economic processes relating to production and exchange, and at the same time, the poor and the women must occupy their rightful place in all organisations and institutions relevant to them. The critical missing link in this regard is the ideological intervention required to break the present impasse created by the emergence and stranglehold of the "cocktail ideology" discussed in the book. A strategy combining (a) a qualitative improvement of secular education, aiming at a higher level of knowledge and skills and humanist values; and (b) wide dissemination of an indigenous version of liberation theology, seems to be eminently suitable "entry points" to deal with this situation. All economic and social development programmes, even within a reformist perspective, need to be dovetailed to this basic strategy in order to have the desired effect of rapid poverty alleviation.

Given its extraordinary methodological rigour and penetrating analysis of the causes of poverty, this book will be difficult to be ignored by both academics and practitioners in this field.

Kamal Siddiqui an economist and a former senior civil servant, was educated at the Universities of Dhaka, Leeds and London. He has published a large number of books, manuals and articles from both at home and abroad. The areas covered by his publications include rural poverty, land reforms and land management, local government, urban sociology and extension literature on arboticulture and pisciculture. At present, he is a visiting fellow at the South Asia Centre of Cornell University, USA.
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