This study compares donor-sponsored non-governmental organizations (NGOs) promoting democracy in Ghana and Indonesia. While donors and researchers alike stress the importance of context, context-specificity remains an ill-defined and elusive concept. This study contributes to the debate by (1) constructing a framework which defines context-specificity at the level of organizational characteristics and (2) analysing to what extent NGOs in Ghana and Indonesia actually conform to this definition of context-specificity.
Taylor & Francis Group
Africa (Western) / Ghana
Copyright 2013 Taylor & Francis.
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