Introduction to the sociology of "developing societies"
Essays examine the history, economies, political problems, revolutionary movements, class systems, social development, and cultures of the underdeveloped countries from a radical perspective
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advanced capitalist Africa agricultural analysis areas argued bourgeois bourgeoisie capital accumulation capitalist capitalist countries capitalist development capitalist mode century cities colonial commodity concept core cultural dependency theory dependent devel developing countries developing societies division of labor dominant economic development enterprise Europe European expansion exploitation export fact feudal foreign fundamental classes groups growth historical Huntington ideology imperialism imperialist important income increase independence indigenous industrial investment labor power land Latin America Lenin major manufacturing Marx Marxist ment military mode of production modern multinational corporations nomic organization pattern peasants percent peripheral capitalism peripheral capitalist societies political population poverty precapitalist problem profits proletariat relations relations of production relationships relative revolution revolutionary role rural sector socialist stage surplus surplus value theory Third World tion tional trade underdeveloped countries Unequal Exchange United urban wage Wallerstein Western workers world-economy