A Response Paper on the Livelihood Framework: Chambers and Conway’s “Sustainable Rural Livelihoods: Practical Concepts for the 21st Century;” Murray’s “Livelihoods Research: Transcending Boundaries of Time and Space;” and Brown et al.’s “Livelihood strategies in the rural Kenyan highlands” (Subject’s Name) One of the first ever scholarly articles published on the livelihoods framework, which actually seeks to address the issues of “capability, equity and sustainability” in the human population’s way of living, is the article of Robert Chambers and Gordon R…
In addition, the researcher would also try to give a thoughtful evaluation of the main arguments of the livelihood framework by Chambers and Conway, including its strengths and weaknesses, in light of the criticisms on this framework as provided by Murray and Brown et al. ...
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