Industrialization and society; [proceedings]

Chicago Conference on Social Implications of Industrialization and Technical Change (1960)

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  • Chicago Conference on Social Implications of Industrialization and Technical Change (1960)

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  • Sponsored jointly by UNESCO and others.
  • Includes bibliographies.

Contents

  • Main concepts in the analysis of the social implications of technical change / by B.F. Hoselitz -- Mechanisms of change and adjustment to change / by N.J. Smelser -- The entrepreneurial function in relation to technological and economic change / by W.T. Easterbrook -- The achievement motive in economic growth / by D.C. McClelland -- Consumption, industrialization and urbanization / by S. Kuznets -- The social and psychological determinants of savings and investments in developing societies / by R.D. Lambert -- System, process and politics of economic development / by D.E. Apter -- Problems of emerging bureaucracies in developing areas and new states / by S.N. Eisenstadt -- Transference of social and political loyalties / by G.I. Blanksten -- The social, economic and technological problems of rapid urbanization / by P.M. Hauser -- The impact of technological change on demographic patterns / by N. Kayfitz -- Industrialization and family change / by W.J. Goode -- The impact of the educational system on technological change and modernization / by C.A. Anderson -- The role of communication in the process of modernization and social change / by I. de S. Pool -- Industrialization and social change / by W.E. Moore -- Problems of establishing valid social research in the underdevelopmed areas / by G. Germani -- The uses of social research in the developing countries / by F.X. Sutton -- Research on the socal implications of modernization and technological change in southern Asia / by C.N. Vakil -- Methods of promoting the spread of better utilization of the social sciences / by J.E. Province
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