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My hypothesis is that there's mutual causation--in the West, development was slow and culture could adapt to the changing conditions. Today we're shortcutting the technological and governmental development of developing nations, and the cultures can't keep up.






This makes sense, but how would you explain that in some countries (e.g., Singapore) strong family ties created no barrier to fast modernization?
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