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Tradition and Development: a Choice of Views

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 June 2009

Sylvia L. Thrupp
University of Michigan


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Agrarian Reform, Irrigation, and Development
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1 David E. Apter, “System, Process, and Politics of Economic Development”, Hoselitz and Moore Industrialization and Society, pp. 135–58.

2 S.N. Eisenstadt, “Problems of Emerging Bureaucracies in Developing Areas and New States”, loc. cit., pp. 159‘174.

3 For a move towards a comprehensive model based on measurable indices, see Deutsch, Karl W., “Social Mobilization and Political Development”, The American Political Science Review, LV (1961), pp. 493514.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

4 Bert F. Hoselitz, “Tradition and Economic Growth”, in Braibanti and Spengler, Tradition, Values, and Socio-Economic Development, pp. 83‘114.

5 M. J. Herskovits, “Economic Change and Cultural Dynamics”, loc. cit., pp. 114‘138.

6 Joseph J. Spengler, “Theory, Ideology, Non-Economic Values, and Politico-Economic Development”, loc. cit., pp. 3‘56.

7 Ishtiaq Husain Qureshi, “The Background of Some Trends in the Political Thought of Pakistan”, loc. cit., pp. 181‘211.

8 Khare, R.S., “Ritual Purity and Pollution in Relation to Domestic Sanitation”, The Eastern Anthropologist, XV (1962), pp. 125‘39.Google Scholar

9 M. J. Herskovits, in Braibanti and Spengler, p. 133.