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TU874: Discarded Thesis Topics

 
For my eventual Master's Degree in Development Studies at Open University, my last course will be TU874 The Development Management Project, to be completed by October 2005. This course involves writing a 10,000 word paper on a development subject of my choice. I have chosen "The impact, challenges and factors for success in using live theater in development activities." Please click on the aforementioned link for more info.

Below is a list of subjects I was considering for this final paper. I compiled information on these topics when I was considering them, and am happy to share with others the resources I compiled. I also may write about them in the future (but not anytime before 2006):

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