Study Guide for Assigned Readings February 6

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Study Guide for Assigned Readings, February 6, 2008 SS 3410 Connecting a Colonial Legacy with Development and the Global Economy The readings for this week continue the discussion from the first class on links between colonialism, development, and global inequalities. They also provide some historical examples of the changes in theories and discourses 1 of development that were discussed in the readings from the last two weeks. Answer each of the following questions based on the readings. This study guide will be the basis for beginning our class discussion on these readings. You do not need to turn it in, but you will be expected to share your answers in class discussion. And, of course, this exercise will be excellent preparation for you mid-term exam. Cardoso 1. According to Lenin’s theories on capitalism, imperialism, and dependency, why do more advanced, industrialized economies need to exploit and dominate (i.e. colonize) others?
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