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Levy Notes - Easc 150 Levy Notes A Levy's Five Hypothesis...

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Easc 150 Levy Notes A. Levy’s Five Hypothesis on why Japanese progress of industrializing was faster than China 1. Differences in social structures into which new forces were introduced 2. Nonsocial factors like raw material resources, did not make a difference Although China had all the possibilities for industrialization of different raw materials, but they weren’t organized in having a good plan to execute their plan of having an efficient successful industrialization 3. Japan didn’t have too strict of a control over the members of the society as did China 4. Japanese society were easily converted to the planning and administrative roles required by the conversion 5. Japan can eliminate anyone who didn’t cooperate or made no use needed in making the conversion B. Three Stages of Analysis 1. Initial Stage- beginning of when change takes place 2. Transitional Stage- during 3. Resultant Stage- after C. China (Traditional) 1. Importance of Family Decisions were made based on what the family wants (p.499) You shouldn’t commit any improper acts towards your family and always show your loyalty towards them (p. 499) Sacrificing interests of others to interests of family (p. 499) In, the family, there were roles of power and responsibility (p.499)
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