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The chapter reflects on how the book’s findings should change the goals of development, pushing researchers and practitioners to move beyond single-loop learning, focused on reforming projects, to double-loop learning, focused on questioning the underlying values, goals, and power structures of such projects. Recognition of development’s social construction forces one to recognize the agency of developers and beneficiaries alike, focus on a wide variety of outcomes, and deploy diverse and creative categories and modes of evaluation derived from multiple perspectives.

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