Sardan


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Sar´dan


n.1.(Zool.) A sardine.
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As has long been demonstrated by social anthropology, any development intervention is 'an intervention in dynamic systems' (Elwert and Bierschenk 1988) and faces significant political challenges in local arenas (Olivier de Sardan 2005).
Veanse, por ejemplo, Hours (1985), Fassin (1992), Brunet-Jailly (1993), Jaffre (1999), Jaffre y Olivier de Sardan (2003), Monteillet (2005), Jones Sanchez (2016b).
L'objectif etait d'acceder a une comprehension plus complete et claire de l'experience du jeune, sans necessairement chercher a <<verifier>> l'exactitude des informations, mais, sans chercher, par ailleurs, a gommer ou aplatir les differences entre les perspectives (De Sardan, 1995).
Blundo, Giorgio and Jean-Pierre Olivier De Sardan. Everyday Corruption and the State: Citizens and Public Officials in Africa.
(4.) Sardan YC, Zarakolu E Altun B, Yildirim A, Yildirim G, Hascelik G et al.
One of Darmex Argo's largest shareholders is Sardan Marbun, a former general who is a prominent fundraiser for Indonesia's ruling Democrat Party.
Postcolonial studies and the political economics of development assistance provide interesting insights into how recipient governments can employ their political skills including the "ruse" to sabotage undesired governance reforms (Hibou, 1999, Chabal and Daloz 1999, Bayart 1999, Olivier De Sardan 2004).