Urban sanitation through the lens of Thomas Kuhn

Oxford University Press
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Environmental History: As if Nature Existed, 2010, 1st, pp. 65 - 84
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It is a commonly held idea that developing countries would follow the development path forged by industrialized countries, aided by these 'more developed' countries (McGranahan et al. 2001: 3). Thus, the urban sanitary practices of industrialized countries, which have contributed to the dignity, health, and wealth of people in those countries, have great bearing on the practices and the aspirations of developing countries.
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