Few experienced fieldwerkers in community development who attend advanced training programmes have any expectation of acquiring a cut-and-dried solution that can be applied to problems in the field. Moreover, it is now wellknown that the advanced nations cannot provide the so-called developing countries with lucid and effective development schemes or models ready for immediate use. The available tools for analysis, interpretation and evaluation of data and situations need te be made or adapted for particular circumstances at particular times

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Kuitenbrouwer, J.B.W. (1973). Continuity and discontinuity in community development theory (No. 30). ISS Occasional Papers. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/37460