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This section of the book The Greater Middle East in Global Politics: Social Science Perspectives on the Changing Geography of the World Politics contains a list of reference books and material. Industrialization changed social structures in a way that determined the character of the state. Between 1870 and 1900, Europe's population not only doubled but its society changed from agrarian to industrial. The system-level social order was characterized by the sequential industrialization of state-society complexes. Actors that operate in state-society complexes engaged in cross-border activities connect their domestic societies and institutions to the external world.

Keywords: Global politics; industrialization



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