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Nutritional Situation in India-A Statistical Analysis

Nutritional Situation in India-A Statistical Analysis

August 25, 1984 extreme free market position, dealing with malnutrition means understanding and intervening in that process. Thirdly, both kinds of nutritionists are convinced that a change of social values will be necessary before really effective measures will be taken. What is really important is that in most societies groups of people holding to both paradigms co-exist, and that action based on problem perception, policy analysis, and political commitment will generally depend more upon communication between people who share the same general set of perspectives than it will upon the complete 'conversion' of individuals from one whole set of ideological values and theories to another.

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