development gap-theorise of development

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rostows model
created in 1960's to explain that a countery passes from an underdeveloped to a developed countery in stages. this is based on social and economic factors. rostow belived that capital should be passed from developed to developing countries.
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the poverty cycle
focuses on the underdevelopment of countries, and how social and economic deprivarion causes inequality between countries.
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politics
the impact of philosophies/ideologies on equality in a countrey. for e.g karl marx- against capitalist society
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dependency
suggets that developing countries are dependent on developed. The developing are usually exploited. e.g; colonialism
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core-periphary
Myrdals model shows how periphary send raw material/savings/workers to developed coutreies(backwash effect), this widens the development gap
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globalisation
economic globalisation has flourished due to tourism,migration,information and tech. countries who are becoming more connected benift economically.
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debt
many poor countries accept loans from richer countries. loans need to be paid off, as well as intrest (extra money charged when taking out loan). For e.g- poor countrey is forced to pay trade loan in order to buy product/services from developed.
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focuses on the underdevelopment of countries, and how social and economic deprivarion causes inequality between countries.

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the poverty cycle

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the impact of philosophies/ideologies on equality in a countrey. for e.g karl marx- against capitalist society

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suggets that developing countries are dependent on developed. The developing are usually exploited. e.g; colonialism

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Myrdals model shows how periphary send raw material/savings/workers to developed coutreies(backwash effect), this widens the development gap

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