Developing Cultures: Case Studies
Lawrence E. Harrison, Peter L. Berger
Routledge, 2006 - Political Science - 520 pages
"Developing Cultures: Case Studies "is a collection of 27 essays by a group of leading internationals scholars on the role of culture and cultural change in the evolution of countries and regions around the world. The essays aim to further the exploration of the thesis put forth by Larry Harrison and Samuel Huntington in their widely discussed book Culture Matters which examined the role that culture plays in hindering or accelerating political and economic development in the Third World. This book is a companion volume to Developing Cultures: Essays on Cultural Change (0415952824).
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