Rostow's Development Model - mr. clark's guide to geography
Rostow and Wallerstein AP Human Geography Industrialization and Economic Development Unit For today, 02/25 Gender in the Workplace articles
are due MONDAY! Turn in your DTM and GII Comparison paragraphs to the tray. Socrative: Room 262479
What is the author of this cartoon trying to say? North and South Divide
North Polar Projection Core Areas vs. Periphery Areas W.W. Rostows Model of Development Development and modernizatio
n occurs in steps linearly due to increased levels of The Traditional Society High percentage of
people in agriculture Limited technology Much of countrys wealth allocated to nonproductive activities such as military and religion
The Preconditions for Takeoff Elitist groups initiates economic activities Investment in new tech and infrastructure, which will increase productivity
The Takeoff Rapid growth in a few economic activities Revolutionary changes in agriculture and industry The Drive to Maturity
Modern technology diffuses to many industries Skilled and specialized workers The Age of Mass Consumption
Most people are prosperous have income to consume massive quantities of crap and pay for essentials Economy shifts from industry to
production of consumer goods Sectors of Rostows Model Wallersteins World-Systems Theory: Main Ideas: 1.) The world economy has one market and a global division of labor
2.) Although the world has multiple states, almost everything takes place within the context of the world economy 3.) The world economy has a three-tier structure World Economy created by the 3 Cs: 1.) Capitalism people, corporations, and states produce goods and services and exchange them in the world market, with the goal of achieving profit.
2.) Commodification the process of placing a price on a good and then buying, selling, and trading the good. 3.) Colonialism brought the world into the world economy, setting up an interdependent global economy. Wallersteins World Systems Core
Periphery Processes that incorporate higher levels of education, higher salaries, and more tech Processes that incorporate lower levels of education, lower salaries, and less tech
* Generate more wealth in the world economy * Generate less wealth in the world economy Semi-periphery Places where core and periphery processes are both occurring - are exploited by the core but then exploit the periphery
* Serves as a buffer between core and periphery THIS MODEL IS BASED ON DEPENDENCY THEORY! Wallersteins Core, Periphery, and Semi-periphery:
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