Dependency theory (20TH CENTURY)

Theory of international and domestic politics.

The third world, or the poor, or the working class, or women, have to choose within structures or societies where they are dependent on the industrial world, or the rich, or men, for the means of existence.

Their ‘choice’ of subordinate roles is thus determined from the start.

Source:
J Nash and K Fernandez, Women, Men and the International Division of Labour (Albany, NY, 1983)

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