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Outline the basic principles of the modernisation and dependency theories. What were the criticisms made to both and what has been their impact in development studies?

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Outline The Basic Principles Of The Modernisation And Dependency Theories

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The essay question is: Outline the basic principles of the modernisation and dependency theories. What were the criticisms made to both and what has been their impact in development studies?



Read the books which I listed for you use only them as material for the essay. You do not need to read whole books you will just to have a look on the pages which I have mentioned. I have also provided you with power points too in order to have a look there are brief summary of books which are very useful by looking at them you can now exactly which material you may want to use and open directly that book. 



Contact me in any question. Do in side citations where appropriate and give a accurate reference list. Bibliography should be with alphabetical order.



Do not go below the word limit which I ordered for the essay. The word limit runs from the Introduction to the Conclusion of the assignment and will include quotes and footnotes which appear in the body of the assignment. The word limit does not include the following: abstracts, contents page, diagrams, graphs, images, reference list, bibliography or appendices.



Assessment Criteria





1)

Frank, Andre Gunder (1969) ‘The Development of Underdevelopment’ in Roberts, J. Timmons & Hite, Amy (2000) The Globalization and Development Reader, London: Blackwell Publishing



Globalization and Development Reader : Perspectives on Development and Global Change

Roberts, J. Timmons; Hite, Amy Bellone; Chorev, Nitsan

Second edition, Publication date: 13 Jan, 2014, published in London, Blackwell publishing



Roberts, J. Timmons; Hite, Amy Bellone; Chorev, Nitsan 2014, Globalization and Development Reader : Perspectives on Development and Global Change, e-book, accessed 20 October 2015, .



Fanon, Frantz (2001) ‘Concerning Violence - Chapter 1’ in The Wretched of the Earth, Penguin Books.



Type Book



Author(s) Fanon, Frantz, Farrington, Constance, Sartre, Jean-Paul



Date 2001



Publisher Penguin



Pub place London



Volume Penguin classics



ISBN-13 9780141186542



3)



Boyd-Barrett, O. (1977) “Media imperialism: towards an international framework for assessing media systems” in Curran, J. and Gurevitch, M. (eds.) Mass Communication and Society, London: Arnold, 5-20

Type



Book



Author(s)



James Curran, Michael Gurevitch, Janet Woollacott



Date



1977



Publisher



Edward Arnold [for] the Open University Press



Pub place



London



Volume



Set books / Open University



ISBN-10



0713159405



4. Melkote, S. R. and Steeves, H. Leslie (eds.) “The Enterprise of Modernization and the Dominant Discourse of Development” in Communication for Development in the Third World, London: Sage





Type



Book



Author(s)



Srinivas R. Melkote, H. Leslie Steeves, SAGE Knowledge EBA.



Date



2001



Publisher



SAGE



Pub place



New Delhi



Edition



2nd ed



ISBN-13



9788132113751







Melkote, SR, & Steeves, HL 2001, Communication for development in the third world: Theory and practice for empowerment, 2nd edn, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, viewed 20 October 2015, doi: http://0-dx.doi.org.wam.city.ac.uk/10.4135/9788132113751.









The reason why I said to contact me when you will cite and reference is because those books are ebooks and some are from library and their are for use of me exclusively thats why. Thanks







Hi, I am writing regarding my essay so as you know from instructions the very important readings are Frank, Andre Gunder (1969) ‘The Development of Underdevelopment’ in Roberts, J. Timmons & Hite, Amy (2000) The Globalization and Development Reader, London: Blackwell Publishing

Fanon, Frantz (2001) ‘Concerning Violence - Chapter 1’ in The Wretched of the Earth, Penguin Books.

Boyd-Barrett, O. (1977) “Media imperialism: towards an international framework for assessing media systems” in Curran, J. and Gurevitch, M. (eds.) Mass Communication and Society, London: Arnold, 5-20

Melkote, S. R. and Steeves, H. Leslie (eds.) “The Enterprise of Modernization and the Dominant Discourse of Development” in Communication for Development in the Third World, London: Sage

You can look at others too in order to make the essay much powerful but please write coherent essay. Moreover I sent you some of the readings as pdfs and some are scanned pages. I wrote you all their names in the instructions too. But while writing the in-text citation and reference and bibliography if you will feel difficulty to reference them correctly please contact me so I can send you the names and for example publisher and where the book had been published things like this. Good luck



Essays will be assessed on a variety of criteria. These include:



the extent to which the course aims and learning outcomes have been achieved;

the use of evidence from the work of scholars to make clear arguments;

critical engagement with the works of scholars covered on the course;

the use of good referencing, reflected in citations, ideas, and arguments (which are correctly referenced and integrated into the text);

the accuracy of the expression (it is important that all coursework is proofread several times before submission);

Thesis statement, double spaced, indented paragraphs

imagination and originality (the extent to which you have been able to synthesise the works of others and develop your own view of their work).

Do not do any plagiarism!

Essay should have introduction paragraph where will put the thesis statement too. Body paragraphs and conclusion.



These are the websites which you may want to look too but I want you to use reading materials mainly. 



Websites:



http://thediplomat.com/2014/07/3-reasons-the-brics-new-development-bank-matters/



http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/oct/10/poor-nations-debt-crisis-developing-countries

Also I would like you to write an outline for me within 48 hours so I can show it to the teacher and get her feedback which will improve the essay quality. As well as as soon as I got my feedback I will attach it to you and I will want a draft of my essay so I can show it again and as soon as you here back from me you can continue writing the essay. I will send another chapter from book tomorrow because I will have it on my hands only tomorrow. I want you to be very careful when you will use the materials from books please do in text citation and references overtime you refer to the books. Do not use any other external resource which will not be helpful.This books are exclusively for my use you can not access them online I will send you the links which you will need to put in the reference if you require. otherwise the full names of books. 

Book names are here but it is from word document from my class. I will send you exact names and ask me to each of books names or just to make sure if you need. Ask me whenever you have question my email is ni-ka92@live.com

1. Frank, Andre Gunder (1969) ‘The Development of Underdevelopment’ in Roberts, J. Timmons & Hite, Amy (2000) The Globalization and Development Reader, London: Blackwell Publishing



2. Fanon, Frantz (2001) ‘Concerning Violence - Chapter 1’ in The Wretched of the Earth, Penguin Books.



3. Coetzee, J. K. (2001). ‘Modernisation theory: A model for progress’ (Ch 3), in J. Coetzee et al (eds.) Development: Theory, Policy and Practice, Oxford: Oxford UP, pp 27-44



4. Schech, S. and Haggis, J. (eds.) (2002) “Development as discourse” in Development: A Cultural Studies Reader, Oxford: Blackwell, p. 79-123 



5. Schramm, W. (1964) Mass media and national development – the role of information in the developing countries, Stanford University Press, see first chapter "This book is missing and I will send it to you tomorrow"



6. Boyd-Barrett, O. (1977) “Media imperialism: towards an international framework for assessing media systems” in Curran, J. and Gurevitch, M. (eds.) Mass Communication and Society, London: Arnold, 5-20



7. Melkote, S. R. and Steeves, H. Leslie (eds.) “The Enterprise of Modernization and the Dominant Discourse of Development” in Communication for Development in the Third World, London: Sage



8. Nordenstreng, K. (2014) “The History of NWICO and its lessons” in Frau-Meigs (eds.) From NWICO to WSIS: 30 Years in Communication Geopolitics: Actors and Flows, Structures and Divides, University of Chicago Press



9. Sparks, C. (2007) “Culture and Media Imperialism” and “The Failure of the Imperialism Paradigm” in Globalization, Development and the Mass Media, London: Sage Publications 



10. Wood, G. (2001). ‘Theories of imperialism and post-imperialism: classical and contemporary perspectives’ (Ch 5), in J. Coetzee et al (eds.) Development: Theory, Policy and Practice, Oxford: Oxford UP, pp 63-76.



11. Escobar, A. (1995) “Imagining a Post-development era” in Encountering Development: the making and unmaking of the Third World, Princeton University, 212-227



12. Fejes, F. (1981) “Media imperialism: An assessment” in Media, Culture, and Society, 3, 281-291.

Masmoudi, M. (1992) “The new world information order” in Journal of Communication, 29 (2), pp 172-185.



The books which I put + in front are the main books which you need to read in the first place and others are highly recommended which you can use. 

I will send the names and links which needs to be added on the citations and references tomorrow.

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Outline The Basic Principles Of The Modernisation And Dependency Theories. What Were the Criticisms Made To Both and What Has Been Their Impact in Development Studies? Name: Institution: Course Title: Instructor: Date: Table Contents  TOC o "1-3" h z u  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252656" Outline The Basic Principles Of The Modernisation And Dependency Theories. What Were the Criticisms Made To Both and What Has Been Their Impact in Development Studies?  PAGEREF _Toc434252656 h 2  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252657" 1.0 Introduction  PAGEREF _Toc434252657 h 2  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252658" 2.0 The Modernization Theory  PAGEREF _Toc434252658 h 3  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252659" 2.1 Basic Principles  PAGEREF _Toc434252659 h 3  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252660" 2.2 Criticism to the Modernization Theory  PAGEREF _Toc434252660 h 5  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252661" 3.0 The Dependency Theory  PAGEREF _Toc434252661 h 7  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252662" 3.1 Basic Principles  PAGEREF _Toc434252662 h 7  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252663" 3.2 Criticisms to the Dependency Theory  PAGEREF _Toc434252663 h 9  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252664" 4.0 Impact of the Modernization and Dependency Theories on Development Studies  PAGEREF _Toc434252664 h 9  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252665" 5.0 Conclusion  PAGEREF _Toc434252665 h 10  HYPERLINK l "_Toc434252666" 6.0 Bibliography  PAGEREF _Toc434252666 h 12  Outline The Basic Principles ...


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