Index

a
agrarian, and rural change 95
agribusiness 66 , 122 , 127 -8
agricultural revolution 7
alienation 67 , 219
Amin, S. 45 , 187
anomie 67 , 80 , 219
Arusha Declaration 135
Articulation of modes of production 112 , 220
Argentina, role of manufacturing in 43
Ashanti people of Ghana 98
assimilation of labour migrants 55 , 60 -1

b
Bangladesh, effects of Green Revolution 125
Bellah, R. 84
Bemba people of Zambia 57 , 113
Black, C.E. 80
Blau, P. 108
'brain drain' 213 -14;
of doctors 214
Braudel, F. 14 - 15
Brazil, role of manufacturing in 43

c
Calvin, J. 28
capitalism:
defined 27 ;
growth of 6
capitalist:
development 42 -4;
production and peasants 46
'capitalist underdevelopment' 40 -1
Castells, E. 65 ;
theory of urbanisation 65 -6
Chayanov, A.V. 48 , 116 ;
theory of peasant household 116 -17
Chile, underdevelopment of 41
Chodak, S. 25 , 183 -4
class:
conflict 37 ;
consciousness 71 -2;
and culture 58 , 68 -9, identity in Britain 58 ;
and patriarchy 149 -50;
and peasantisation 114 ;
role in social change 44 -5;
in rural society 112 ;
struggle 37 ;
in Third World cities 68 - 72 ;
and tribe 57 -8;
see also social differentiation and gender
Club of Rome 189
Cohen, R. 188
'Cold War' and development of sociological theory 36 -7
Colombian peasants 46 -7
colonial state 131
colonialism and forced labour 98 -9
colonisation, reasons for 97 -9
Comte, A. 15 - 18 , 31 ;
and evolutionary development of society 15 - 16 ;
and the reorganisation of society 16
Confucianism, and position of women 168
'contradiction', Marxist concept of 78 -9
'convergence theory' of industrialisation 85 -6
'culture of poverty' 60 -1
Croll, E. 212

d
Das Kapital79
Darwin, C. 200
Darwinism 200 -1
decolonisation, and the development of sociological theory 36 -7
decomposition of capital 92
dependency theory 42 , 46 ;
critique of 42 -4;
and education 138 ;
and industrialisation 90
'deschooling' 145 -6
development:
defined 8 -9;
problems of defining 173 -91
Djilas, M. 134
differentiation 220 ;
see also social differentiation
'diploma disease' 142 -3
Dore, R. 138 , 142 , 144
'dualism' 56
Durkheim, E. 4 - 5 , 17 , 31 , 37 , 54 , 73 , 93 , 101 , 103 , 107 , 108 , 186 ;
and class interests 138 ;
and industrialisation 79 ;
and science 25 ;
and social solidarity 21 -2, 31 ;
theoretical language of 22 ;
and urbanisation 55

e
education 137 -47;
'deschooling' 145 -6;
'diploma disease' 142 -3;
and economic growth 138 -9, 141 ;
and empowerment 144 -7;
and freedom 144 -7;
and industrialisation 140 ;
Nyerere's views on 141 ;
and the state 138 , 142 -4
Egypt, role of manufacturing in 43
Eisenstadt, S. 25 , 73 , 186
Engels, F. 36 , 66 , 158 ;
The Condition of the Working Class in England63

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