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Problems of rapid industrialization in developing countries from a socio-economic point of view

Problems of rapid industrialization in developing countries from a socio-economic point of view

Sozialokonomische Schriften zur Agrarentwicklung, Gottingen Universitat (21): 123

The study begins with the critical cultural problem of how an economically and socially functional society can be built up when two cultures collide in the course of industrialization. It goes on to examine whether the observable patterns of social behaviour really provide such opposition to progress as is generally held. An Indian case study leads to the conclusions that the sudden transition to industrial manufacturing is succeeding unexpectedly well from a sociological point of view.

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