Some Social Concomitants of Industrialization and Urbanization

@article{Kahl1959SomeSC,
  title={Some Social Concomitants of Industrialization and Urbanization},
  author={J. Kahl},
  journal={Human Organization},
  year={1959},
  volume={18},
  pages={53-74}
}
  • J. Kahl
  • Published 1959
  • Sociology
  • Human Organization
The transformation of society by industrialization and urbanization is currently of great concern to men of affairs and to men of science. Since the second World War the rate of industrialization has increased as people in previously isolated or tradition-bound societies have entered the main stream of world history to demand the material benefits of modern technology. They often seek those material benefits while hoping to retain their traditional cultures, yet, since England pointed the way… Expand
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