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C.  Dependency Theory (3:10:17) o Rise of Dependency Theory Response to failure of modernization theory Andre Gunder Frank – late 1960 Development and underdevelopment as two sides of the  same coin Differing levels of development are not the product of  different historical stages of development (as modernization  theory suggest) but are the result of different functions the  areas concerned perform in the international system. By keeping the third world underdeveloped the first world  ensures a market for its goods o Modifications to Dependency Theory Early version of dependency theory – “classical dependency” –  producing primary goods and importing finished goods. However, as some countries begin to develop and even  industrialize, this is called into question Underdevelopment remains even with industrialization because  development is not accompanied by jobs and other linkages. 
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course POL S 147 taught by Professor Reyes during the Winter '11 term at UCSB.

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