Society, Intellectuals and Cultural Change in the Developing Countries

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As a result of centuries-old interactive internal and external cultural and economic factors, developing countries suffer from illiteracy, poverty, corruption, oppression, and other ills. These have led and continue to lead to the disruption of the natural flow of socio-political and economic development. In the developing countries, there is inadequate grasp of politics, which permeates all social relations, and is a way to gain and wield influence with a view to achieve certain goals. In order for the developing people ...

Society, Intellectuals and Cultural Change in the Developing Countries 2006, iUniverse, Bloomington IN

ISBN-13: 9780595412433

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