The achieving society: with a new introduction
Irvington Publishers : distributed by Halsted Press, 1976 - Business & Economics - 512 pages
This book provides a factual basis for evaluating economic, historical, and sociological theories that explain the rise and fall of civilizations.
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EXPLAINING ECONOMIC GROWTH
How It Is Measured and
ACHIEVING SOCIETIES IN THE MODERN WORLD
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achievement imagery Achievement level achievement motivation Achievement scores activities Affiliation appear argued ascribed status associated attitudes average n Achievement behavior birth rate boys with high Brazil capita Catholic cent century Chapter characteristics children's stories correlation culture economic development economic growth economists electrical entrepreneurial estimate evidence example expected fact factors father figures Furthermore Germany graphic expression high n Achievement higher hypothesis important income increase India individual industrial Industrial Revolution interest Italy Japan less low n Achievement managers mean n Achievement measure ment modern mothers nomic obtained particular percentage period Poland population predicted problem produce Protestant Protestantism psychological rapidly rate of economic readers reason relationship religious sample significant significantly social social class society standard standard score status stress subjects with high success Table tend tion traditional Turkey underdeveloped countries United values variables verbal n Achievement