For undergraduate-level courses in Third World, Comparative Politics, or Developing World courses in the department of Political Science.This text explores political, economic, and social issues common to diverse Third World countries. It examines the nature of underdevelopment and discusses explanatory theories of development. The book analyzes the major political and socio-economic cleavages that divide many of those nations, and the efforts being made to understand and address these challenges.
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This text explores various aspects of political, economic, and social development and underdevelopment in the broad array of countries that make up the Third World. It identifies the major challenges facing developing nations and the efforts being made to address them.From the Back Cover:
Well-written and comprehensive, this book presents a degree of sophisticated theory behind development in Third World countries, while examining their shared issues of political, economical, and social underdevelopment. It explores topics such as religion, cultural pluralism, ethnic conflict, women's effect on development, rural change, urbanization, revolutionary change, and the military. For America's next generation of citizens and leaders who want to renew efforts to understand the challenge of Third World development.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0130837571
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