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Journal of Development and Social Transformation

Volume 2, November 2005

Foreword 
Jeremy Shiffman

Can Good Works Build the Good Society? A Critique of the Ideals of Citizenship Underlying the Idea of National Service 
Sourav Guha

Addressing Mäori Education through Alternative Schools in Aotearoa/New Zealand 
Sapan Parekh

Perils of Higher Education Reform in Nepal 
Bandita Sijapati

The Bell is Ringing: An Analysis of HIV/AIDS Policy and Programs in Vietnam 
Quy Kim Nguyen

Redressing Racial Inequities through Water Policy: The South Africa Experience 
Wossenyelesh Mazengia

Property Rights Reform in Peru: Why Titles do not Increase Access to Micro-Credit  
Laura McKechnie

From Marginal to Vital: The Rise of Indigenous People and the Consolidation of Democratic Stability in Bolivia 
Fabiola Córdova

Leveraging Migrant Remittances to Mexico: The Role for Sub-National Government  
Benjamin Rempell

Promise or Peril? The Fate of Indonesia’s Protected Areas in an Era of Decentralization 
Allen J. Hollenbach

Tourism as a Development Tool in the Caribbean and the Environmental By-products: The Stresses on Small Island Resources and Viable Remedies 
Janouska Grandoit

The Necessity, Complexity and Difficulty of Resolving the Bushmeat Crisis in West-Central Africa 
Sharon Pailler

Supply Side Issues in Procurement Corruption: Is the Developed World Responding Adequately to the Needs of the Developing World? 
Venkata Rama Sastry Pidaparthi

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