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Cultural aspects of the modernization process

Cultural aspects of the modernization process

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Published by TMV-senteret in Oslo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Culture -- Congresses.,
  • Social change -- Congresses.,
  • Technological innovations -- Sociological aspects -- Congresses.,
  • Technology -- Sociological aspects -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDimitri Ginev, Francis Sejersted and Kostadinka Simeonova, eds.
    SeriesTMV Skriftserie -- nr. 13, 1995, TMV report series -- 1995, no. 13
    ContributionsGinev, Dimitŭr., Sejersted, Francis, 1936-, Simeonova, Kostadinka.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCB478 .C77 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p.
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17045011M
    ISBN 108213005430
    OCLC/WorldCa44065320

    The process of Westernization comes when non-Western societies come under Western influence or adopt Western culture in different areas such as industry, technology, law, politics, economics, lifestyle, diet, clothing, language, alphabet, religion, philosophy, and values. strong process of their interinfluence is often expressed, which in the context of global, social and cultural changes, significantly influences the creation of our everyday events. Key words: tradition, modernization, urban and rural culture, cultural differences, traditional, traditionalistic and modern social values. INTRODUCTORY COMMENTSCited by: 7.

    The contact with the British in specific historical situation initiated the process of modernisation in India. Since the beginning of seventeenth century India has been under continuous western influence. Modern cultural institutions and forms of social structure were introduced after the establishment of . The common characteristics of modernization refer both to what may be called socio-demographic aspects of societies and to structural aspects of social organization. Karl Deutsch has coined the term “social mobilization” to denote most of the socio-demographic aspects of modernization.

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If we say that the first cultural modernization is a process of cultural differentiation, where culture is separated from social totality and differentiates internally, then the second cultural modernization is a process of cultural integration, where culture is re-integrated with economy and society, economic and social processes are culturalized, and the cultural sector gradually becomes a pillar.

Modernization of the Empire. Social and cultural aspects of modernization processes in Russia5/5(1). Drawing on a massive body of evidence from societies containing 85 percent of the world's population, the authors demonstrate that modernisation is a process of human development, in which economic development gives rise to cultural changes that make individual autonomy, gender equality, and democracy increasingly by: Introduction: modernity and “culture” ment As he puts it, “the process of modernization, even as it exploits and torments us, brings our energies and imaginations to life, drives us to grasp and confront the world that modernization makes,and to striveFile Size: KB.

This article argues that cultural change is roughly predictable: to a large extent, it is shaped by a few variables included in a model of cultural modernization that is presented here. Culture impacts cultural modernization in many aspects such as the route and model of cultural modernization.

Cultural modernization affects culture in some way such as cultural changes, urban and network culture, secularization, rationalism, education, etc. Modern culture comes from three resource in the process of cultural modernization (Figure 7), and tradition exits across space &.

Modernization is a process of socio-cultural transformation. It is a thorough going process of change involving values, norms, institutions and structures. Political dimensions of modernization involves creation of a modern nation state and the development of key institutions.

modernization can produce countervailing effects on cultural orientation, eroding orientation to some aspects of local culture and strengthening orientation to other aspects of local culture and (b) Tsimane’ have been able to retain a high degree of autonomy in how they take part in national society.

Westernization would mean that a certain indigenous cultural element of the traditional East is replaced by the penetrating Western element, and the functional role of the former is taken over by the latter. Modernization, on the other hand, basically means to remold a cultural system into a new mode.

Drawing on a massive body of evidence from societies containing 85 percent of the world's population, the authors demonstrate that modernization is a process of human development, in which economic. Negative effects of modernization: Change in culture: Increased modernization has led to the creation of new technologies that go a long way in changing the socio-economic structure of the society.

People by nature tend to maintain the status quo which is challenged by the new generation. Modernization is a process of producing culture, as is art.

Culture plays a role in the production of knowledge systems, of which visual art is one aspect. Art is a product of the contemporary culture that surrounds the artist, and art is essential to creating and defining what is meant by culture.

Modernisation theory explained the underdevelopment of countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America primarily in terms of cultural ‘ barriers’ to development’, basically arguing that developing countries were underdeveloped because their traditional values held them back; other modernisation theorists focused more on economic barriers to development.

Modernization theory stresses not only the process of change but also the responses to that change. It also looks at internal dynamics while referring to social and cultural structures and the adaptation of new technologies. Modernization theory maintains that traditional societies will develop as they adopt more modern practices.

This book demonstrates that people's basic values and beliefs are changing, in ways that affect their political, sexual, economic, and religious behavior. These changes are roughly predictable because they can be interpreted on the basis of a revised version of modernization theory presented here.

Drawing on a massive body of evidence from societies containing 85% of the world's population. model envisaged to estimate economic and social impact of modernization on cultural values in modern societies. We employ three indices of social and economic development for each level in Russian Federal districts of Moscow and St.

Petersburg in order to reveal their impacts on modernization processes. OurFile Size: KB. Generally speaking, issues surrounding culture and globalization have received less attention than the debates, which have arisen over globalization and the environment or labor standards.

In part this is because cultural issues are more subtle and sensitive, and often more confusing. "The homogenizing influences of globalization that are most. Modernization is a continuous and open-ended process.

Historically, the span of time over which it has occurred must be measured in centuries, although there are examples of accelerated modernization.

In either case, modernization is not a once-and-for-all-time achievement. A central claim of modernization theory is that economic development, cultural change, and political change go together in coherent, and to some extent, predictable patterns.

The Process of Modernization An Annotated Bibliography on the Sociocultural Aspects of Development. In this important tool for scholars working in the vast literature pertaining to modernization, more than 2, books and articles in several languages are classified into sections on rural modernization, urbanization, industrialization, and.

Cultural differences between groups of human beings have always been at the very core of cultural and social anthropology since it became an academic discipline: as Hunnerz says “diversity is our business”.

Initially the discipline was concerned with the study of non-Western, so called ‘primitive’ cultures, which today also have an Author: Mariella Combi.Western process that non-Western societies could follow only in so far as they aban-doned their traditional cultures and assimi-lated technologically and morally "superior" Western ways.

But during the second half of the century, non-Western societies unexpect-edly surpassed their Western role models in key aspects of modernization.

East Asia, for.Modernization as a process of changes in economic as well as cultural aspects of the society (Haviland ). The traditional societies use the scientific knowledge gained from the modern societies and apply it on their own societies, this application of scientific knowledge which is borrowed from the west creates changesFile Size: KB.