Social science and the new societies; problems in cross-cultural research and theory building. Edited by Nancy Hammond. Contributors: Erik Allardt [and others]

; Hammond, Nancy K
East Lansing, Social Science Research Bureau, Michigan State University, 1973.

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Other Authors Allardt, Erik.
Hammond, Nancy K.
Subjects Developing countries -- Social conditions.
Economic development -- Social aspects.
Revolutions.
Social sciences -- Research.
Description vii, 245 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Apter, D. E. Norms, structure, and behavior and the study of political development.--Gluckman, M. Social anthropology in the study of developing countries.--Inkeles, A. A model of the modern man.--Deutsch, K. W. Social and political convergence in industrializing countries--some concepts and the evidence.--Moore, W. E. The singular and the plural: the social significance of industrialism reconsidered.--Nash, M. Industrialization: the ecumenical and parochial aspects of the process.--Allardt, E. Revolutionary ideologies as agents of cultural and structural change.--North, R. C. Toward a pressure theory of revolution.--Worsley, P. M. The revolutionary party as an agency of social change.
Geographic Area Developing countries
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00636742
(OCoLC)636742
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