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Developing AfricaConcepts and practices in twentieth-century colonialism$
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Joseph M. Hodge, Gerald Hödl, and Martina Kopf

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780719091803

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: January 2015

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719091803.001.0001

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Developing ‘Portuguese Africa’ in late colonialism: confronting discourses1

Developing ‘Portuguese Africa’ in late colonialism: confronting discourses1

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(p.63) Chapter Two Developing ‘Portuguese Africa’ in late colonialism: confronting discourses1
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Developing Africa
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Cláudia Castelo

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719091803.003.0003

The chapter focuses on development discourses of the Estado Novo (1933-74) raised around Angola and Mozambique. In addition to being, politically and economically, the two most significant parts of the Portuguese Empire, they also became white settlement colonies. This last characteristic held strong sway in the development model that the regime devised for those colonies. Although the chapter gives priority to the perspectives and strategies of the Portuguese state, it also presents the views of experts and scholars. It is based on political documents, such as governmental statements (namely of ministers of Colonies/ministers of Overseas Provinces and colonial officials), colonial legislation and Planos de Fomento (Development Plans); and on scientific surveys and reports, especially of the Junta de Investigações do Ultramar (Overseas Research Council).

Keywords:   Angola, Colonial development, Colonial Act (Portugal 1930), Colonial science, Development discourse, Estado novo, Mozambique, Planos de Fomento (Development Plans, Portugal), Ministry of Overseas Provinces, White settlement

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