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Social scientists must locate the key junctures within the work of these agencies and insert their contributions into what are often products of team work. It is crucial to incorporate social analysis in the agencies' overall policies, not only piecemeal in individual projects. 9 Cernea, Michael M. Using Knowledge from Social Science in Development Projects. World Bank Discussion Paper no. 114. C. 1991. Financially induced development aims to accelerate the pace of economic growth and social change.
Although this was not the goal pursued in creating this bibliography, any support it provides to documenting this reverse influence will not be disclaimed. For this intellectual enrichment is a two-way avenue. And in this vein, I would hope that this volume might itself become an explicit invitation to further reflection about using this two-way avenue. We believe that the present volume could prove useful to readers for these purposes: for social research, for applied work in development, or for academic training.
Rangelands and Pastoralism 149 16. Parks and Biosphere Reserves 153 Part Five: Social Policy in Sectoral Analysis 157 17. Housing and Urban Development 159 18. Rural Development 163 19. Agricultural Extension 167 20. Education 171 21. Health 197 22. Roads 199 23. Energy Use 201 Part Six: Social Research and Methodologies 205 24. Social Research Methods 207 25. Social Impact Assessment 213 26. General Publications in Anthropology and Sociology 217 Part Seven: Appendixes 221 1 Informal Papers and Publications 223 2 Index of Works at a Glance 241 3 Index of Authors 281 4 Index of Geographic Locations and Populations 293 5 Bio-Data 301 Page v FOREWORD The World Bank is widely perceived as an institution dominated by economists and economics.