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Modernization Theory ISS 315
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Outline 1. What is modernization theory? 2. Levy’s model of modernization: 1966 3. Moore’s model of modernization 4. Criticism
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1. What is Modernization Theory? Transformation of traditional (undifferentiated) societies to modern (differentiated) societies.
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2. Levy’s Model of Modernization: 1966 Traditional Societies Fewer specializations Low interdependence Particularism Less Centralization Low use of money and market Higher significance of family Limited Bureaucracy Rural and agricultural: rural to urban flow of goods and services Modern Societies Highly specialized High interdependence Universalism High centralization High use of money and market Important but declining role of family Widespread bureaucracy Urban and industrial: urban to
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Unformatted text preview: rural flow of knowledge, goods and services 3. Moores Model of Modernization A. Necessary conditions for industrialization Values Institutions Organizations Individual motivation Moores Model of Modernizationcontinued B. Consequences of industrialization Economic organization Demographic and ecological structure Social structure Moores Model of Modernizationcontinued C. Dynamics of Industrial Societies Partial restoration of traditional patterns Continuous social change Organized planned social change Divergence between industrial societies 4. Criticism A. History and conflicts are ignored B. Ethnocentrism C. European model of development is not replicable D. Development within...
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