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Week 10 Notes- Intro to Comp Politics

by: Molly Mortimer

Week 10 Notes- Intro to Comp Politics PSCI 2012-100

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Molly Mortimer

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Intro to Comparative Politics
Dr. Andy Baker

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These are my notes for the week, they'll probably be useful in studying for the midterm!
Intro to Comparative Politics
Dr. Andy Baker
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Date Created: 11/01/15
Monday October 26 2015 Intro to Comp Politics Week 10 Global Development and Underdevelopment What A Example Dharavi Mumbai India 1 Largest slum in Asia dirt roads open sewage illegal electricity no running water B Defining Third World or Developing Countries or Less Developed Countries 1 Third World refers to a political ideology communism during the Cold War not economics but it stuck as meaning poor The developing world is very diverse all the countries are not all poor a Some countries are uppermiddle income Income is almost entirely determined by the country you re born in over anything else C Characteristics 1 Economic a Poor infrastructure roads internet sewage b Informal housingsettlements c Informal sector unregulateduntaxed economy d Primary products and laborintensive manufactures Social a Worse health outcomes high infantchild mortality rate low life expectancy b Poorer educational outcomes c Greater gender inequality d Greater ethnic fragmentation 3 Political Monday October 26 2015 a Less likely to be a democracy or shorter history of democracy b More likely to have political violence and instability c Weaker state capacity d Almost all colonized by a Western country between 1500 and 1970 some exceptions like the US D But it s getting better 1 Extremely poor less than 125 a day decreased from 52 of the world s population in 1980 to 20 today 2 Life expectancy increasing as well ll Why A Example India and the Hindu Rate of Growth 1 125 billion people will surpass China in the near future 2 Very slow economic growth overcome by population growth 3 British Raj 18571947 colonial drain extracting resources without offering anything comparable in return lndia didn t industrialize 4 Independence 1947 Partition Hindus and Muslims IndiaPakistan partition huge violence 5 Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi 19471984 stateled development 6 Hinduism caste system determined occupations does not lend itself to economic growth 7 The tropics diseases people concentrated in the middle of the country to keep cooler


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