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Development Theories

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A2 Geography lesson on the theories of development including demographic transition, rostows model, the neo-liberalism to marxism continuum, and the world systems theory.

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Development Theories

  1. 1. - Rose George, Lets Talk Crap: Seriously, Ted Talk, 2013
  2. 2. Learning Objective Understand the theories that have been put forward to explain the widening development gap between nations By the end of this lesson I will…
  3. 3. Rostow’s Model Demographic Transition World-Systems Models Political Dimensions
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  36. 36. Rostow’s Model Demographic Transition World-Systems Models Political Dimensions Economic growth without social progress lets the great majority of people remain in poverty, while a privileged few reap the benefits of rising abundance. John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) Thirty-fifth President of the USA
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  38. 38. Rostow’s Model Demographic Transition World-Systems Models Political Dimensions Greater Inequality Greater Equality Neo-Liberalism Populism Marxism Free markets, privatisation, rich get richer, poor get poorer Supports the people against societies elite Seeks to remove all existing social classes and economic inequality
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  54. 54. Learning Objective Understand the theories that have been put forward to explain the widening development gap between nations At the end of this lesson I can…
  55. 55. Research Tasks Why is Rostow’s Model of Economic Development considered a structured model when compared with Alexander Gerschenkron’s Backwardness Model? Outline the characteristics of the core, periphery, semi-peripheral and external areas as defined by the Core-Periphery Model These slides, video links, and further support will be shared @WhitehavenGeog

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