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Chapter 2a Levels of Infrastructure


May 23, 1996

1) Infrastructure and its definition as supporting structure.

2) An example for the definition.

3) Need for infrastructure.

4) Relation between the structure and infrastructure.

5) Illustration of that relationship.

6) The rationale for 4 levels of infrastructure.

7) Interrelationships between various infrastructures.

8) Structural Composition of an activity, organisation or unorganised collectivity.

9) Role of infrastructures in spreading the developmental activity apart from making the activity possible.

10) Importance of different levels of infrastructure or varying importance of the infrastructures as the level varies.          

11) The four levels, its difference between one another.  How it differs from systems.

12) The physical level consists of place, buildings, objects, roads, machines etc.

13) The vital level consists of human interaction, human component and its quality.

14) The mental level consists of the systems as put down on paper.

15) The psychological level consists of 27 values, social ideals, reputation, aims, higher motivations.

16) The determinants of each level with examples in more than one field.

17) In the relationship between development and infrastructure each determines the other making for complete interdependence.

18) The phenomenon of infrastructure taking on the apparent role of the entire development activity.

19) The character of infrastructure being essential or non-essential.

20) Capacity of the infrastructure to enliven the entire development activity by becoming alive, its scope and characteristics.

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