Dependency Theory. History, Principles, Perspective and Criticism


Seminar Paper, 2013

4 Pages, Grade: 93


Abstract or Introduction

Dependency theory is the study of world perception. Scientists’ efforts to try to understand the current world system, division of states, and interstate relations have resulted in the emergence of dependency theory. Dependency theory mainly studies the relationships between states, assuming the nature of these relations to be the driving force behind the division of states into dominant/dependent, core/periphery, and metropole/satellite groups.

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Title
Dependency Theory. History, Principles, Perspective and Criticism
Grade
93
Author
Year
2013
Pages
4
Catalog Number
V364640
ISBN (eBook)
9783668439955
ISBN (Book)
9783668439962
File size
612 KB
Language
English
Notes
The author of this paper is not a native English speaker. We kindly ask for your understanding concerning any errors and inconsistencies in grammar or expression.
Keywords
dependency, theory, history, principles, perspective, criticism, Neomarxism
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inci azizli (Author), 2013, Dependency Theory. History, Principles, Perspective and Criticism, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/364640

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