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Economic development and individual change : a social psychological study of the Comilla experiment in Pakistan / With a foreword by Alex Inkeles
Bib ID 2504541
Format BookBook
Author
Schuman, Howard
 
Description [Cambridge] : Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, 1967 
x, 59 p. : illus., maps ; 23 cm. 
Series

Occasional papers in international affairs ; no. 15.

Notes

"A report of the Harvard Project on Social and Cultural Aspects of Development.".

Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 53-29).

Subjects Community development -- Comilla, Pakistan.
Other authors/contributors Harvard University. Center for International Affairs
Also Titled

Harvard Project on Social and Cultural Aspects of Development.

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