Development and Underdevelopment, 1945-1975
See why as technologies from the previous decades became more common--nuclear power, the automobile, the television--the gap between the developed world and the Third World widened and criticism of consumer culture grew. These lavishly illustrated volumes explore the social history of technology since the Industrial Revolution. Each volume considers one of six periods. Among the topics treated are living and working conditions, social and political movements, energy sources, communications, economics, and artistic life.
- Hardback | 32 pages
- 245.9 x 332.7 x 9.1mm | 494.42g
- 15 Oct 2002
- Chelsea House Publishers
- Broomall, United States