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Diskursiv diskrepans En diskursanalys av biståndseffektivitet.

Nordeman, Robin (2008)
Department of Political Science
Abstract
This thesis examines the relationship between OECD-DAC and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) within an aid efficiency context. The ability for these two actors to cooperate is highly important and determines the outcome for a major part of the development aid in the new millennium. The development agenda for the new millennium emphasizes aid efficiency as a key to a more successful aid, and this requires increased cooperation between all actors. The analysis made is a discourse analysis. The discourse of aid efficiency is analyzed, both its preconditions and results.

The analyze finds out that there is a gap between OECD-DAC and CSOs in terms of how to handle aid efficiency. Different actors tend to emphasize different values, and this... (More)
This thesis examines the relationship between OECD-DAC and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) within an aid efficiency context. The ability for these two actors to cooperate is highly important and determines the outcome for a major part of the development aid in the new millennium. The development agenda for the new millennium emphasizes aid efficiency as a key to a more successful aid, and this requires increased cooperation between all actors. The analysis made is a discourse analysis. The discourse of aid efficiency is analyzed, both its preconditions and results.

The analyze finds out that there is a gap between OECD-DAC and CSOs in terms of how to handle aid efficiency. Different actors tend to emphasize different values, and this makes sustainable and effective cooperation difficult. This discrepancy constitutes a severe problem for the contemporary development aid, and efforts to sync these differences are crucial if aid efficiency is to be more successful in the future. (Less)
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author
Nordeman, Robin
supervisor
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Biståndseffektivitet, diskursanalys, CSOs, OECD-DAC, Political and administrative sciences, Statsvetenskap, förvaltningskunskap
language
Swedish
id
1315858
date added to LUP
2009-01-08
date last changed
2009-01-28
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  abstract     = {This thesis examines the relationship between OECD-DAC and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) within an aid efficiency context. The ability for these two actors to cooperate is highly important and determines the outcome for a major part of the development aid in the new millennium. The development agenda for the new millennium emphasizes aid efficiency as a key to a more successful aid, and this requires increased cooperation between all actors. The analysis made is a discourse analysis. The discourse of aid efficiency is analyzed, both its preconditions and results.

The analyze finds out that there is a gap between OECD-DAC and CSOs in terms of how to handle aid efficiency. Different actors tend to emphasize different values, and this makes sustainable and effective cooperation difficult. This discrepancy constitutes a severe problem for the contemporary development aid, and efforts to sync these differences are crucial if aid efficiency is to be more successful in the future.},
  author       = {Nordeman, Robin},
  keyword      = {Biståndseffektivitet,diskursanalys,CSOs,OECD-DAC,Political and administrative sciences,Statsvetenskap, förvaltningskunskap},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Diskursiv diskrepans En diskursanalys av biståndseffektivitet.},
  year         = {2008},
}