•Transformation of traditional (undifferentiated) societies to modern (differentiated) societies.
Traditional - Modern
- fewer specilizations lower interdependence particularism: focus on family less centralization low us of money and market higher significance on family limited bureacracy *******rural and agricultural****: RURAL TO URBAN FLOW OF GOODS AND SERVICES
highly specialized high interdependence universalism: tied into universal forces, if economy goes down in India, we pay the price high centralization high use of money and market important but declining role of family widespread bureacracy urban and industrial: urban to rural flow of KNOWLEDGE, goods and services
Moore's model of Industrialization
Necessary conditions for industrialization - Values: horribly difficult to change peoples values, people must WANT to change for modernization to occur - Institutions: change in politics, economy, religion example: during feudalism, christianity spread as it was promoted by ruling class - Organization : change how businesses are structured - Individual Motivation: give motive for the individuals to change