Social Structure and Mobility in Economic Development

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INDEX
Abegglen, J., 21n, 268n
Aberle, D. F., 3n, 144n
Achievement motive, 287-98c
Agrarian society, compared with other preindustrial societies, 285
Agriculture, collectivization of, 249
market vs. subsistence, 198
in peasant societies, 179-81
Western emphasis on, 251-52
See also Labor Force
Alienation, of former elites, in new nations, 360-61
as a function of blocked mobility, 121- 23
Almond, G., 343n
Anderson, C. A., 30n, 32n, 35n, 291n
Apter, D., 343n, 373n
Ascription, vs. achievement, 8-9, 12, 44, 147, 160-62, 169-70
in bureaucratic organizations, 354
Aspiration, educational, 291-93
occupational, 33-34, 115-22, 131-32, 367
Atkinson, J. W., 288-89, 294, 295n, 299
Bauer, P. T., 203
Bendix, R., 11n, 264n, 329n
Berent, J., 90n
Bieri, J., 305
Binder, L., 353n, 372n
Blau, P. M., 125n, 367n, 368n
Blumer, H., 50
Boalt, G., 224-25
Boekc, J. H., 23, 178-83
Bogue, D. J., 84n, 225n, 237
Bohannan, P., 145
Bottomore, T., 144n
Boulding, K., 316n, 318n
Breed, W., 125n, 368n
Bresard, M., 85
Broom, L., 173n
Bureaucracy, 210, 352-53
Burnstein, E., 296
Cardoso, F. H., 391-93
Carlsson, G., 70n, 213n, 228n
Caste, 166-67, 356-57
Catholic church, 167-68, 263, 274-75
Chernov, V., 314-15
Child-rearing practices, 284-85, 287, 301-03
Chinoy, E., 380n
Clark, C., 203
Coale, A. J., 257n
Communism, 248, 237-38, 253-54, 390
Communities, functional classification of, 219-23, 227, 236-37
Competition, 168-70, 306
Consensus, 162-63, 167, 175
Conquest states, 170-73
Consumption-oriented economy, 179-80
Crockett, H. J., 288n, 290n, 300n
Darley, J. G., 291
Davis, K., 144n, 146-47, 155, 242n
Deferred gratification, 304
Di Tella, T. S., 47n, 373n, 384n
Dore, R., 38n, 265n, 267n, 268
Downward mobility, component in poverty, 324-25
effects on ideology, 49, 125-27
source of rightist movements, 374-75
in underdeveloped countries, 46-48, 285

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