M.K.L. Irangani and R.P.I.R. Prasanna open this book with the first chapter that presents a study on the Green Revolution in Sri Lanka. The findings of this study indicate that Green Revolution technology gives way to a multitude of long-term adverse effects from an economic, social, and cultural viewpoint. The second chapter by Dr. Virandi Wettewa and Associate Professor Nigel Bagnall explores the positive and negative effects that arise from International Schools by using focus group data. In the third chapter by Mohammad Zaman and Ruwani Jayewardene, the authors give an overview of displacement in South Asian and Southeast Asian countries while using the Sri Lankan perspective to discuss donor-driven resettlement policies. (Novinka)
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