Economic Development and Traditional Social Structures: Some Theoretical Considerationst
The Pakistan Development Review, 1988, vol. 27, issue 4, 501-507
This paper discusses some issues currently preoccupying social scientists with respect to the process of development and its implications for Third World countries. These issues have become highly significant considering the momentum and nature of the development process being launched in the so-called "underdeveloped" world, within the context of modern nation-states. Therefore, in this paper, we seek to identify:
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