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Neoliberalism, development, and aid volunteering

Nichole Georgeou

Neoliberalism, development, and aid volunteering

by Nichole Georgeou

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Published by Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Volunteers,
  • Government policy,
  • Voluntarism,
  • Australian Economic assistance

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Nichole Georgeou
    SeriesRoutledge studies in development and society -- 33
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN49.V64 G46 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25252801M
    ISBN 109780415809153
    LC Control Number2012008128

      The Global Agenda has a key aim in strengthening the contribution of social work to make a greater contribution to policy development (Jones and Truell, ) and recognizes that the global challenges, in human and social development, require global responses. The social, economic and professional impact of neoliberalism is one such area in.   However, the book certainly offers a platform for academics and practitioners to debate and exchange ideas on the value of volunteer tourism and it provides a conceptual discourse on north-south dialectics, and the problems and challenges of global interactions through tourism in a global context that is dominated by neoliberalism. The book.

    neoliberalism does so as part of a critique of neoliberal ideology. Neoliberalism is in this The concept of neoliberalism suggests a particular account of the development of liberal thought. It suggests that liberalism was at one point in time an influential political ideology, The opening sentences of one entry in a reference book. What is neoliberal development theory? Neoliberalism is in the first instance a theory of political economic practices that proposes that human well being can best be advanced by liberating individual entrepreneurial freedoms and skills within an institutional framework characterized by strong property rights, free markets and free trade.

    The Neo liberal agenda neither requires this transformation nor wants it to happen; the values of economic growth and appeasing the markets remain paramount and supersede the professional values of Youth Work. The last thing they want is people realising they can change things.   Neoliberalism was not conceived as a self-serving racket, but it rapidly became one. Another paradox of neoliberalism is that universal competition .


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The book contributes theoretical knowledge on International Volunteering Sending Agencies (IVSAs) and examines practitioner experience in development volunteering in the context of emerging policy developments.

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At times the author reaches back to the 18th century to understand the philosophical, economic and political roots of the contemporary/current situation she : Nichole Georgeou.

Within this volatile environment, neoliberal ideology on how aid should be provided and implemented has become embedded in how policy is formulated. A market-driven model of aid provision has become the norm, and governments are increasingly focused on international development volunteering as a form of ‘soft diplomacy’.Brand: Taylor And Francis.

As Nichole Georgeou explains at the start of her book, 'Neoliberalism, Development and Aid Volunteering', the gestation of this study was her immersion and experiences in the field of aid volunteering in Japan and North Vietnam. This was. Within this volatile environment, neoliberal ideology on how aid should be provided and implemented has become embedded in how policy is formulated.

A market-driven model of aid provision has. Neoliberalism, Development, and Aid Volunteering was not intended by its author to simply become a library shelf-dweller, career enhancer, or footnotequarry, though it will become the latter, such - is the quality of the work, its breadth of scholarship, its insights and.

"Neoliberalism, Development, and Aid Volunteering is an enormously complex text, an interdisciplinary blend of history, politics, sociology, social anthropology, and ethnography. At times the author reaches back to the 18th century to understand the philosophical, economic and political roots of the contemporary/current situation she explores.

'Neoliberalism, Development, and Aid Volunteering' is devoted to the book with the same title by NICHOLE GEORGEOU, published by Routledge, New York: NY (), in the Routledge Studies in Development and Society series. As Nichole Georgeou explains at the start of her book, the gestation of this study was her immersion and experiences in the field of aid volunteering in Japan and North Vietnam (-xviii).

This was during the early s, when she was in her early twenties; they were experiences that left her asking huge moral, ethical, political questions about volunteering.

Neoliberalism Development and Aid Volunteering. By Rowan Cahill. Abstract. As Nichole Georgeou explains at the start of her book, the gestation of this study was her immersion and experiences in the field of aid volunteering in Japan and North Vietnam (-xviii).

This was during the early s, when she was in her early twenties; they were. An interesting puzzle is why neoliberal principles were operationalised in Australia's volunteering program at the same time as it, and other donor states, softened this focus in the rest of their aid program.

These shifts in Australia's development volunteering programs have changed the logic, forms and outcomes of development volunteering. This is the first qualitative empirical study of international development volunteering.

The book contributes theoretical knowledge on International Volunteering Sending Agencies (IVSAs) and examines practitioner experience in development volunteering in the context of emerging policy developments.

Neoliberalism – The Dominant Ideology since Reagan and Thatcher. While the usage of the term neoliberalism varies considerably, for the purpose of this post i use the term to refer to that set of economic policies which have become popular in economic development over the last 30 years (since the late s) – namely increased privatisation, economic deregulation and lowering taxation.

Volunteering is also used as a tool of competition, for example within universities. Universities see their offer of volunteering as an area where they can develop a market advantage, recruiting students with the promise of wider and better experiences in order to aid.

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Neoliberalism, development, and aid volunteering. This is the first qualitative empirical study of international development volunteering. The book contributes theoretical knowledge on.

Neoliberalism, Development, and Aid Volunteering is an enormously complex text, an interdisciplinary blend of history, politics, sociology, social anthropology, and ethnography.

At times the author reaches back to the 18th century to understand the philosophical, economic and political roots of the contemporary/current situation she explores. International volunteering occupies a popular place in contemporary UK public imaginations.

It is supported by a range of stakeholders, including the state, the corporate sector and non‐government organisations (NGOs), which increasingly share a narrative emphasising international volunteering’s capacity to develop volunteers whose impacts on global equity or their professional identities.

The Routledge Handbook of Neoliberalism seeks to offer a comprehensive overview of the phenomenon of neoliberalism by examining the range of ways that it has been theorized, promoted, critiqued, and put into practice in a variety of geographical locations and institutional frameworks.

With contributions from over 50 leading.“r as the rise of increasingly harsh laws, invasive surveillance practices, and militant policing tactics and the concomitant spectacular rise in incarceration rates are part of the attempt of the state to contain the social insecurities generated by neoliberalism, these insecurities – and the policies that are intended to address them – are deeply gendered.Criticism 1 – The most vociferous recent critiques of Official Development Aid comes in the form of Dambisa Moyo’s recent book () Dead Aid: Why Aid is not Working And How there is another way for root, her most basic criticism is that Official Development Aid hasn’t actually generated significant economic growth in recipient countries.