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  • 1. Global “development” decolonization and sustained inequity
  • 2. colonial map -- globe 1800
  • 3. colonial map globe -- 1900
  • 4. Within Europe military build up middle class grew peasant revolts nationalism grew
  • 5. after World War I: 1920
  • 6. after World War II: 1945
  • 7. post-war shifts (1940s) emphasis on nation/states conscious shift to global economy/institutions trade alliance focus
  • 8. decolonization (1940s-1970s) resistance and persistence emphasis on nation-making internal/external disagreements
  • 9. cold war globe
  • 10. development paradigm Align former colonies with main super powers Created global economic standards “aid” -- money/loans dictators, military, export infrastructure escalated poverty Created: underdeveloped to developed
  • 11. make poverty history
  • 12. analysis: aid and development In the ad: where does “extreme poverty” come from? what are its causes? who has the solutions? who is the “we” making change? what is the change? does the address or attempt to change the structures
  • 13. “aid”

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