Modernization Theory

Modernization theory guns germs and steel leaves us

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Unformatted text preview: the quickest way Population didn’t want to do this, so the Europeans really imposed forced labor tactics on them The Pope gives conqueror right to do whatever he watns… On top of taking out human beings from country, the colonial powers forced the ones that remained to deliver wealth. Modernization Theory: Guns Germs and Steel leaves us at around 1492, Spain and Europe conquer Latin America, Spanish push out Muslims in Spain. From here, modernization theory picks up to answer Diamond’s question of why some are industrialized and others aren’t. Answer is in historical development of Western Europe. Industrialization path with democracy going along with it Model is Great Britain THrid world countries can copy this and become industrialized as well Social scientists developed this heavily after WWII in response to cold war. Alternative model...
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