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Unformatted text preview: But also cancer develops o Development derives from the word of uncovering or unfolding Other Parallel Concepts • Progress, advancement, growth Counterconcepts • Opposites of change: unchangeability, undevelopment, and stagnation Structure of the Concept Dimensions of Development Historical Context ... Critiques of Imperialism • Liberalist critique: • Marxist critique: • Nationalist critique: Modernization Theory Walter W. Rostow: Stages of Economic Growth (1960) Daniel Lerner (1958): The Passing of Traditional Society • Ch Samuel P. Huntington (1968): Political Order in Changing Societies • Comparative study of revolution o Starting-point The poorest countries were relatively stable, but those countries having a bit of affluence were explosive. o Argument The reason for revolutions was not on poverty but on the imbalanced modernization process....
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- Fall '07
- Sociology, Samuel P. Huntington, imbalanced modernization process, Samuel Huntington Political, Changing Societies