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"Embedded within narratives of development is a sense of movement or progress through time—a story of how communities emerged from the past to become what they are in the present. However, these historical narratives are not simply retrospective accounts of the past; instead, they reconstruct disorganized events into a more coherent story with a trajectory that they project into the future. ..." – By Glenn Adams, Annabella Osei-Tutu, and Adjeiwa Akosua Affram
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