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March, 1969



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MODERNIZATION AND URBANIZATION:

EXISTING & POTENTIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN THE "THIRD WORLD'



Gerald Breese
Department of Sociology
Princeton University






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Council of Planning Librarians Exchange Bibliography 70

Modernization and Urbanization:

Existing & Potential Relationships

in the 'Third World'

Gerald Breese

Department of Sociology
Princeton University

The seemingly inexorable course of modernization - now prepon-
derantly associated with urbanization - in newly developing countries
has led observers such as John Friedmann (1961) to note that "Urban
culture has successfully invaded the countryside in what is surely the
most comprehensive imperialism known to history." While it is true
that both modernisation and urbanization in newly developing countries
still have a long way to go, both quantitatively and qualitatively,
there is everywhere considerable evidence of creeping - and in some
quarters, galloping - urbanization.

Urbanization is here defined to include changes in the numbers
and proportions of the population living in cities as well as related
changes in life style. Modernization may be defined in several ways.
Wilbert E. Moore (1963) provides a working definition of modernisation
as "the total transformation of a traditional or pre-modern society into
the types of technology and associated social organization that char-
acterize the 'advanced', economically prosperous, and relatively stable
nations of the Western World." It is not an exclusively contemporary
phenomenon, but the rate of modernization appears to be accelerating in
recent times. The countries of the developing or 'Third World' in our
society are attracting increasing attention.

The attempt to study existing and potential relationships between
modernization and urbanization is beset with difficulties. Not unexpect-
edly, sufficient and good data are generally lacking. In addition,
understanding these relationships involves knowledge of a wide range
of social and physical phenomena, as well as how these have continued
to change through time. As the very least it is important, first, to
comprehend the details of the cioderni2.ation process in its typical
and variant forms. As for analyzing the relationships of modernization
to urbanization, such matters as the following must be taken into
account in detail.'

Definitions: urbanism, urbanization, modernization
Industrialization and modernization

Scale and pace of modernization and urbanization

Cause and effect in the growth of urban areas
Migration vs. indigenous growth



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Primate, multiple center and other patterns of urbanization
The questions of ever-urbanization and related issues

The structure and growth of urban areas

Uncontrolled urban settlements - the universal case

The urban individual - family organization - institutions

Caste and class

Formal and informal association patterns

Public administration and government

National and regional planning for cities of newly developing

countries
Economic base - housing - community facilities
Urban area planning
Technology and new city forms

Policy dilemmas related to national development in a world
context

Projection
Prospect

This bibliography aims to provide references to a basic set of
readings on both modernization and urbanization. It is divided into
three parts: I - Selected Urbanization Bibliographies, II - Basic
Background Sources, III - Selected Journal Sources. Since it seemed
undesirable to expand the bibliography to the point where it might
approach comprehensive coverage of all the literature on these sub-
jects as well as references on specific cities or limited aspects
of modernization, the Selected Urbanization Bibliographies for
particular countries or major areas of the world were assembled for
quick identification. The Basic Background Sources part is unsuited
to division by subject matter, partly because virtually every reference
cuts across several aspects of the subjects covered herein. It has
been possible, however, to indicate by an asterisk those basic back-
ground sources which profitably might be consulted first. The Selected
Journal Sources has b^en compiled to indicate those journals which
most consistently and often appear to include materials on moderni-
zation and urbanization in newly developing countries. With some few
exceptions the call numbers shown are based on the Library of Congress
system.

It would be presumptious to claim that this bibliography is either
comprehensive or exhaustive. It does attempt to provide some balance
over the diverse aspects of these subjects that appear important to
take into account. Some types of references have intentionally been
largely omitted; others have doubtless been inadvertantly or otherwise
overlooked, and will be included in any revision (suggestions are in-
vited). Among the types of references generally omitted are census
data compilations, foreign language sources - most of which can be
found in the French and German bibliographies noted, and references



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to contributions of individuals included in collections of readings.

A few items have been included even though they were not accesible

to the compiler for inspection, on the grounds that they have been

str. ted to be useful by other students in the field. It is also

important to note that most planning reports and monographs on specific

cities have been eliminated for reasons of space. On the other hand,

some items have been included when a search of the literature has

revealed that they appear to be the only articles or books published

on particular aspects of modernization or urbanization. As is logical,

such countries as Japan, South Africa and Australia have not been

covered in spite of their having rapid development features. Unfortunately,

circumstances and linguistic limitations have also precluded incorporating

references to urbanization and modernization in mainland (communist)

Chini - a theatre of major change in the 'Third World'. Except for

the considerations noted above, the tendency has been to err moderately

in the direction of inclusion rather the exclusion of what some might

consider marginal materials.

The literature on modernization and urbanization is proliferating
at an almost exponential rate, but is still spotty in many respects.
Any revision of this bibliography will permit considerable weeding and
replacement as continuing research achieves publication. Currently,
domestic urbanization is "center stage" in capturing the attendicr. o.'
developed portions of the world. But urbanization in the 'Third World'
is just emerging from the wings of the stage and urgently merits most
careful study.



This bibliography is a revision of reading lists originally pre-
pared partly in connection with the compiler's own continuing research
and partly in connection with teaching Sociology 545: Modernization and
Urbanization, a graduate course in the Department of Sociology at
Princeton University.



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Part I: Selected Urbanization Bibliographies

Bazzanella, W., Problemas de Urbaniza c ao na America Latina (Pontes Bibliogrn-
ficas) - 1960.

Comhaire, Jean C. (compiler); Ur b an Conditi o ns in Africa: Select Reading
List on Urban Problems in Africa (1950).

Demographic Training and Research Center, Bombay, e_t a_l . , "A Select

Annotated Bibliography on Population and Related Questions in Asian-
Far East" (1963), especially pp. 4-12.

Denis, J., "Le Phenomena Urbain en Afrique Centrale." Brussells Academie
Royale des Sciences Color.iales Memoirs 19 (1): 1959.

Golany, Gideon, "Regional Planning and Development in Developing Countries:
with Emphasis on Asia and the Middle East." Council of Planning
Librarians, Exchange Bibliography No. 43 (March 1968), 15pp.

Guzman, L. E., An Annotated Bibliography of Publications on Urban Latin
America (1962).

Hardoy, J. E., "Bibliography on Evolution of Cities in Latin America."

Council of Planning Librarians, Exchange Bibliography No. LA3 (1962).

Jenkins, G., "Africa as It Urbanizes: An Overview of Current Research,"
Urban Affairs Quarterly 2 (3): 66-80 (March 1967).

Kahl, J. A., "Some Social Concomitants of Industrialization and Urbaniza-
tion: A Research Review," Human Organization , 18:53-74 (Sunmsr 1959).

Katz, S. M. and F, McGowan, A Selected List of U.S. Readings on Develop -
ment , (1963).

Lloyd, P. C. Africa in Social Change (1967), pp. 343-355 "References and
Further Reading."

Lorenz, R. et al (eds.), A World of Cities: A Cross-Cultural Urban Biblio -
graph y (1964) .

Lystad, R. A. (ed.), The African lorld: A Survey of Social Research (1955).

Mangalam, J. J. Human Migration: A Guide to Migration Literature (University
of Kentucky Press, 1968?).

Morse, Richard M. , "Recent Research on Latin American Urbanization: A

Selective Survey with Commentary," Lat. Am. Rese ar ch Review 1(1): 35-74
(Fall 1965).

Murphey, R. , "Urbanization in Asia," Ekistics 21(122): 8-17 (Jan. *66).

Rabinovitz, F. E. et al. , L atin American Political Systems in an Urban
Setting: A Prelim i nary Bibliography (1967).



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Sable, Martin H. , Latin Americ a n Urbani zati on: A Guide t o the Literature and
Organizations . Latin American Center, University of California, Los
Angeles, forthcoming 1969.

Siegel, B. J., "Some Recent Developments in Studies of Social and Cultural

Change," Annals A m. Acad. Pol. & Soc. Science , 363:137-153 (Jan. 1966).

Simms, Ruth P. Urban ization in West Africa: A Review of Current Literature
(1965).

Skapa, B., A Select, Preliminary Bibliography on Urbanisra in Eastern Africa
(1967), mimeo.

South Pacific Commission, Urbanization Research Info. Centre, Annotated

Select Bibliography on Urbanization in the South Pacific (June 1965) .

U. N. Library, "Bibliography on Industrialization in Underdeveloped
Countries," Bibliography Series #6 (1965) 216 pp.

UNESCO, International Migration and Economic Development: A Trend Report en d
Bibliography (1961).

UNESCO, Research Center on Social & Economic Development in Southern Asia,
Urban-Rural Differences in Southern Asia (1965), pp. 135-147 (by
country) .

Verhagen, P., L 'Urbanisation de l'Afrique Noir. . . e tc. (see bibliography),
(1962).

Violich, F., Bibliography on Urban Planning in Latin America." Council of
Planning Librarians, Exchange Bibliography No. LAI (1962).

Note: As the title indicates, this list does not

include special bibliographies on Modernization.
Such bibliographies are generally included in
items marked with an asterisk (*) in the main
bibliography.



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Part II: Basic Background Sources



NOTE: Items marked with an asterisk are 'general background' sources.
Items marked with a "(B)" include substantial listings of addi-
tional sources.



Abd al-Razzaq al-Hitati, Al-Hijrah min al-rif ila al-mudun fi al'lraq

(Migration of rural folk to towns in Iraq). Baghdad: Al-Najah Press,
1958, 179 pp.

Abrams, Charles, "The Growth of Government Power and Policy" pp. 515-524,
in Sylvia F. Fava, ed., Urbanism in World Perspective: A Reader
(1963), New York: Thorn. Y. Crowell Co., 1968.

*Abraics , Charles , Man's Struggle for Shelter in an Urbanizing World . Cam-
bridge, Mass.: The M.I.T. Press, 1964.

Abrams, Charles, "Regional Planning in an Urbanizing World: Problems and

Potentials," pp. 1030-1041 in Eldredge (ed.), T aming Megalopolis , v« 2,

Abrams, Charles, "Squatter Settlements: The Problem and the Opportunity,"
(Ideas and Methods Exchange No. 63, 302 Urb. Ping., HUD), pp. 5-13,
April 1966.

Abueva, Jose V., Focus on the Barrio , Studies in Public Administration,

No. 5 Manila: Institute of Public Administration, University of the
Philippines, 1959, 527 pp.

Abu-Lughod, Janet, "The City is Dead - Long Live the City: Some Thoughts
on Urbanity," pp. 154-165 (ch. 11) in Fava (ed.): Urbanism in
World Perspective: A Reader .

Abu-Lughod, Janet, "Migrant Adjustment to City Life: The Egyptian Case: ."
Am J. Sociol ., 67: 22-23, (July 1961). Also in Breese (ed.),
The City in Ko.wly Developing Countries , pp. 380-392.

Adams, Robert, The Evolu tion of Urban Society: Early Mesopotamia and Pre -
historic Mexico , Chicago: Aldine Pub. Co., 1966. Excerpts in Fava
(ed.) pp. 98-115.

"African Elites," Part I of Int ' 1 Soc. Sci. Bull. 8(3) 1956, Int'l Soc .

Sci Bull . 8 (3): pp. 413-498, 1956. Articles by Nadel, Busia, Ngcobo,
Mercier, Brausch, Moreira, Leith-Ross, Bastede, Tardits, Little.

Alderfer, Harold F. , Local Government in Developing Countries , N.Y.:
McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1964, 251 pp.

Aldous, Joan, "Urbanisation, The Extended Family, and Kinship Ties in W.

Africa," Soc For , 41: pp. 6-12, (October 62), also in Van den 3erghc,
P.C. (ed.), Africa: Social Problems of Change and Conflict , pp.
107-116, 'i» <" *•"'» (nH.V UrMj^sm_iR_J_or Id P erspective : A Reader,
pp. 297-305 (Ch. 24).



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Alonso, U 7 m. , "The Form of Cities in Developing Countries," pp. 165-173 in

Regional Science Assn. Papers , Vol. 13 (1964) Morgan D. Thomas (eci.),
Phila: Reg. Science Assn, 1965.

Armstrong, Lincoln and Rashid Bashshur, "Ecological Patterns and Value
Orientation in Lebanon", Pub. Opinion Q 22: 406-415, (1958).

*Asher, Robert E. et al., Deve lopment of the Emerging Countries: An

Agenda for Research , Wash. D.C.: Brookings Institution, IWI, 239 pp.

Baali, Fuad, "Social Factors in Iraqi Rural-Urban Migration," Am. Jnl. o f
Econ. and Soc . 25: 359-364 (Oct. 1966).

*B&claaann,, Hans, The External Relations of Less-Developed Countires , A
Manual of Economic Policies, Praeger, 1967.

Balandier, Georges, "Messianism and Nationalism in Black Africa" pp. 443-460
in van den Berghe (ed) Africa: Social Problems of Channe and Conflict .

Banton, Michael, "Social Alignment and Identity in a West African City," pp.
131-147 in Hilda Kuper (ed.), Urbanization and Migration in West
Africa.

Banton, Michael, "The Restructuring of Social Relationships" pp. 113-125
in Southall (ed.), Social Change in Modern Africa .

Banton, Michael, West African Cit. v: A S tu dy of Tribal Life in Freetow n,
London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1957.

Barringer, Herbert, "Increasing Scale and Changing Social Character in Kore::
pp. 53-71, in Greer et al. (eds), The New Urbanization .

*Barringer, Herbert R. and Raymond W. Mack and George I. Blanksten (eds),

Social Change in Developing Areas: A Reinterpretation of Evolutionary
Theory. Cambridge, Mass.: Schenkman Pub. Co. 1965, 328 pp.

Barton, Thomas Frank, "Rural and Urban Dwellers of Southeast Asia. " Journal
of Geography . 64(3): 113-122 (March 1965).

Bascom, William, "Some Aspects of Yoruba Urbanism," pp. 369-384, in van
den Berghe (ed.), Africa: Social Problems of Change and Conflict .

Bascom, William R. , "Tribalism, Nationalism, and Pan-Africanism" pp.
461-471, in van den Berghe (ed.), Afric a: Social Problems of
Cha nge and Confl ict .

Bascom, William R. , "The Urban African and His World", Cahier d'Etude s
Africaines, 4; 163-185, ( 1961), also in Fava (ed), Urbanism
in .vorld Perspective: A Reader , pp. 81-93 (ch. 6).

Bascom, William R. , "Urbanism as a Traditional African Pattern", Soc. Rev .,
V. 7 1959.

Baur, Gabriel, "Urbanization in the Arab East" New Outlook , 2 (8): 33-39
(May 1959).



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*Ba£Z*nella, V'aldemiro, Proble ms de Urbanizacao na America Latina (Fontes
Bibliograficas) , Rio de Janeiro: Centro Latinoamericano de Investi-
gaciones en cioncias sociales, 1960.

Belshaw, Cyril K. , "Conditions for the Modernization of the Market Economy,"
Chap 5 (pp. 108-146) in Belshaw, Traditional Exchange and Modern
Markets .

Benet, F., "The Ideology of Islamic Urbanization", Int J. Comp. Sociol . 4
(2): 211-226 (Sept. 1963).

Berger, Morroe, The Arab World Toda y, Garden City, New York: Doubleday and
Co. 1962. "

Berger, Morroe (ed.), Th e New Metropolis in the Arab World , Allied Publishers,
New Delhi and New York, 1961 (Sponsored by Congress of Cultural Free-
dom) , 254 pp.

Berler, Alexander, "Urbanization Processes in Israel", Abstract, Ekistics ,
17: 26-28 (Jan. 1964); Original U.N. document E. Conf. 39/G/42.

Berry, Brian J.L. , "City Size Distributions and Economic Development," Econ
Development & Cult ural Change , 9: 573-588 (July 1961), (re-printed
in Friedmann and Alonso (eds.), Reg. Devcl. & Ping, pp. 138-152).

Bettison, D.G., "Changes in the Composition and Status of Kin Groups in
Nyasaland and Northern Rhodesia", pp. 273-285, in Southall (ed.),
Social Cha n ge in Modern Africa .

*fceyer, Glenn H. (ed), The Urban Explosion in Latin America: A Continent
in Process of Modernizat ion. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1967,
360 p.

*£*;ir.k, Cyril E., The Dynami cs o f Modernization: A Study in Comparative
History, New York: Harper and Row, 1966, 207 pp.

Bloom, Len, "Some Problems of Urbanization in South Africa", Phvlon 25:
347-361 (Winter 1964).

Bognar, J., Economic Growth and Planning in the Developing Countries , Buda-
pest: Hungarian Kuttura Acad, of Sciences, 1968, 640 pp.

Bollens, John C. and Henry J. Schmandt, The Metropolis , N.Y.: Harper and
Row, 1965; pp. 552-576 excerpted in Fava (ed): Urbanism in World
Perspective: A Reader , pp. 525-540 (ch. 48).

Bollens, John C. and Henry J. Schmandt, "The Metropolitan Trend in London,
Ibadan, Tokyo, and Sao Paulo," pp. 525-539, in Fava (ed.), Urbanism
in V;orld Pers p ective: A Reade r.

Bonne, Alfred, "Structure and Constitution of the Oriental City," pp. 335-339
(first edition) pp. 343-347 (2nd edition, revised), in State and
Economics in the Middle East: A Society in Transition , London: Kegan,
Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co. Ltd., 1948.



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Bose. Ashish, "Population GTowth and the Industrialization- Urbanization
Process in India", Man in Tndia (Ranchi) 41 (4 ) : 255-275 (Oct-Dec.
1961).

*Braibanti, Ralph and Joseph J. Spengler (eds), Tradition, Values, and

Socio-Economic Development , Durham, N.C.: Duke Univ. Press, 1961.

(B)*Breese, Gerald (ed), The City in Newlv Developing Countries: Readings
on Urbanism and Urbanization , Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-
Hall, Inc., 1969, ca 600 pp.

Breese, Gerald, Problems of Urbanization: V.I, Urbanization in Old and
New Countries. Vol. II, Pro blems of Urbanization: Proceedings of
Seminars, Durban, South Africa: Institute for Social Research,
Univ. of Natal, 1964, (I) 58 (II) 57.

Breese, Gerald, "Urban Development Problems in India: The Delhi Urban

Area as Prototype", Assn A;n Geog Ann , 53 (3): 253-265 (Sept. 1963).

*Breese, Gerald, Urbanization in Newlv Developing Countries , Englewood
Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1966, 151 pp.

Browning, Harley L., "Recent Trends in Latin American Urbanization",
Ann Am Acad , 316: 111-120 (March 1958).

Bruijn, J.V. de , "Urbanization in the South Pacific," South Pacific

Bulletin, 13 (4): 20-24, 65, 67, (Oct. 1963), Summarized in p. 18 of
Annotated Select Bibliog on Urban, in the South Pacific .

Bruner, Edward M., "Urbanization and Ethnic Identity in North Sumatra",
Am Anthrop , 63(3): 508-521 (June 1961).

Brush, John E., "The Morphology of Indian Cities," pp. 57-70 (ch. Ill)
in Turner (ed.), India's Urban Future (1961).

Brush, John E., "Spatial Patterns of Population in Indian Cities," Geog
]L, 58(3): 362-391 (1968).

*Buchanan, K. M. and J. C. Pugh, Land and People in Nigeria: The Human
Geography of Nigeria and its Environmental Background, London:
Univer. of Lon. Press, 1955, 252 pp.

Bulmer-Thomas , Ivor, "The Political Aspect of Migration from Country to
Town - Nigeria", pp. 476-484, in Rept. of 27th Mtg, Int ' 1 Inst, of
Differing Civilizations , Florence, Italy, June 4-6, 952, Brussells:
I IDC, 1952, 8 pp.

Cahnman, Verner J., "The Historical Sociology of Cities: A Critical
Review," Social Forces 45 (2) : 155-161 (December 1966).

Calcutta Metropolitan Planning Organization (CMPO) , Handbook-Calcutta
Metropolitan District-Planning Information File (First Stage).
Calcutta: CMPO, Aug. 1967.



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Caldwell, John C, African Rural-Urban Migration: The Movement to Ghana's
Towns , N.Y.: Columbia Univ Press, 1968.

Caldwell, John C, "Determinants of Rural-Urban Migration in Ghana",
Population Studies Nov. 1968.

Caplow, Theodore, "The Social Ecology of Guatemala City," Soc. For , 28:
113-133 (Dec. 1949).

Carter, Roy E. Jr. and Orlando Sepulveda, "Occupational Prestige in Santi-
ago de Chile" Am Behav. Sci ., 8 (1): 20-24 (Sept. 1964).

*Chandrasekhar, Sripati, and Charles W. Hultman (eds) Problems of Economic
Development , Boston: D.C. Heath and Co., 1967.

Chang, Sen Dou, "The Historical Trend of Chinese Urbanization," Assn
Am Geog Ann , 53 (2): 109-143 (June 1963).

Charhadi, Dress Ben Hamed (trans, by Paul Bowles), A Life Full of Holes ,
N.Y.: Grove Press, Inc., 1964; excerpts pp. 71-88 in Fava (ed) :
Urbanism in lor Id Perspective: A Reader , pp. 388-399 (ch. 33).

Chaudhuri, Sachin, "Centralization and Alternate Forms of Decentrali-
zation: a Key issue," Chap XI (pp. 213-239) in Turner (ed.),
India's Urban Future (1961).

Chen, Shao-hsing, "The Trend of Urbanization and the Formation of a
Metropolitan Area in Taiwan During the Last Decade", J. Sociol
(Taiwan), 1: 59-77 (Dae. 1963).

*Childe, V. Gordon, "The Urban Revolution." Town Planning Review ,
21(1): (April 1950).

China, National Government of the Republic of, Developr.ent of Cit ies and
City Planning in the Republic of China UNESCO/SS/Conf URB/ T 73
ECAFE/URB/3.

Choudhuri, M.N. Roy, "Problems of Land Development Vis-a-Vis Urbani-
zation in India." Paper submitted to the 16th annual seminar of
the Institute of Town Planners (India), at Calcutta, Cct. 1967, 36 pp.

Clignet, Remi, "Urbanization and Family Structure in the Ivory Coast,"

Comparative Studies in Society and History , 8(4): 385-401 (July 1966).

Coale, Ansley J., "Introduction" in Nat. Bur. of Econ. Research,

Demographic and Eco. Change in Developed Countries , Princeton:
Princeton Univ. Press, 1960.

Coale, Ansley and Edgar M. Hoover, P opulation Grow th and F.concniq.
Development in Low-Income Countries: A Case Study of India's
Prospects , Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Univ. Press, 1958, 389 pp.



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*Collver, Andrew and Eleanor Langlois, "The Female Labor Force in

Metropolitan Areas: An International Comparison." Econ Develop -
ment & Cultural Change 10 (4): 367-385 (July 1962).

Comhaire, Jean L. , "Economic Change and the Extended Family," pp. 45-52
in B.F. Hoselitz (ed.). Agrarian Societies in Transition, (1956);
also in van den Bcrghe (ed), Africa: Social Problems of Change
and Conflict (1965), pp. 117ff.

i N Crm:Laire, Jp.an L,, "Scire Aspects of Urbanization in Belgian Congo,"
Am Jour Soc , 62: 8-13 (July 1956),

(B)Comhaire, Jean L. (compiler), Urban Conditions in Africa: A Select
Read in g List on Urban Pro b lems in Africa , London: Geoffrey
Curaberlage, Oxford Univ. Press, 1950, 48 pp.

Comhaire-Sylvain, S. & J. Comhaire, "Problems Relating to Urbanization:

Formation of African Urban Populations," pp. 41-44 in Frank Lorimer
and Mark Karp (eds) "Population in Africa: Report of a Seminar
Held at Boston University," Boston University Press, 1960.

Cooper, Eunice, "Urbanization in Malaya", Population Studies , 5(2):
117-131 (Nov. 1951).

*Costa Pinta, L. A. and Waldemiro Bazzanella, "Economic Development,
Social Change and Population Problems in Brazil," Annals Am.
Acad. Pol, and Social Science 316: 121-126 (March 1958).

Crane, Robert I., "Urbanism in India." Am J. Sociol , 60(5): 463-470
(March 1955).

Davis, Kings ley, "Colonial Expansion and Urban Diffusion in the Americas, ''
Int J. Comp Sociol , 1: 43-66 (March 1960).

Davis, Kingsley, "Problems and Solutions in International Comparison for
Social Science Purposes" (originally published as "La Compacion
Internacional en la Ciencies Sociales: Problemas y Soluciones ") ,
America Latina 8 (1): 61-75, (Jan-March 1965); also in (1) Reprint
No. 192, Pop. Study Series, Insti. of Int ' 1 Studies, (2) Pop.
Reprint Series, Reprint No. 273, Int'l Pop. and Urban Research,
Inst. Int'l Studies and Dept. of Demography, Univ. of California,


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