(SOC 300 -Sociology of Devlpng Cntriest) Midterm

(SOC 300 -Sociology of Devlpng Cntriest) Midterm - Grading...

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Grading Summary Time Spent: 2 h , 59 min , 57 secs Points Received: 89.2 / 100 (89.2%) Date Taken: 5/8/2011 Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: True/False 14 13 Multiple Choice 5 4 Many Multiple Choice 4 3 Fill in the Blank 5 4 Matching 2 2 Grade Details 1. Question : Modernization theory, at the most basic level, states: Student Answer: that in order to become developed, LDCs should follow the same path as early industrializing countries did, and transform from traditional to modern societies. (page 16) no matter what the developing countries did, they could never catch up with the developed world. the fault lies with the poor countries, since they are corrupt, poor and lazy. that if poor countries followed the same developmental path as the USA, globalization would be the outcome. Points Received: 4 of 4 Comments: 2. Question : Dependency theory argues: Student Answer: that the rich nations can help LDCs become modernized with the help of the World Bank, IMF and WTO. that the LDCs cannot follow the same path of the earlier modernization process because socialism has become defunct. that the LDCs cannot follow the modernizing path taken by the earlier industrializing countries as there is too much competition, and LDCs also depend on the rich industrialized nations for technology and financial aid. (page 19) that the Third World countries have to follow the same developmental path that the rich industrialized nations followed if they are to become socially, politically and economically independent. Points Received: 0 of 4 Comments: 3. Question : Despite substantial differences among Third World countries, they all suffer from economic, social and political underdevelopment. Student Answer: True (page 2) False Points Received: 3 of 3 Comments: 4. Question : ________ is the most prominent aspect of most developing countries.
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Student Answer: Poverty Instructor Explanation: page 3 Points Received: 3 of 3 Comments: 5. Question : Most LDCs have stable, democratic governments, and strong democratic institutions. Student Answer: True False (page 13. Only a few developing countries have such governments, though the numbers are growing, suggesting a complex correlation among social, economic and political factors.) Points Received: 3 of 3 Comments: 6. Question : HDI is a composite measurement of some of the important components necessary for social development, and measures:
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course SOCIOLOGY SOC300 taught by Professor Kane during the Spring '10 term at Strayer.

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