Overview[ edit ] Modernization theory both attempts to identify the social variables that contribute to social progress and development of societies and seeks to explain the process of social evolution. Modernization theory is subject to criticism originating among socialist and free-market ideologies, world-systems theorists, globalization theorists and dependency theorists among others. Modernization theory stresses not only the process of change but also the responses to that change. It also looks at internal dynamics while referring to social and cultural structures and the adaptation of new technologies.
Introduction[ edit ] The legislation would make deep and broad changes to existing U. Other provisions would include the more extensive use of E-Verify by businesses in order to ensure that their workers have the legal right to work in the United States. This system has been criticized by some privacy advocates and groups concerned about the false positives generated by the system that prevent U.
Additionally, on June 24,the Senate passed an amendment by to this bill which would enhance border security by adding high-tech surveillance equipment and doubling the number of border agents to about 40,  The bill has also passed the Senate by Conservative Republicans in the U.
House of Representatives were opposed to this bill. House Republicans and Speaker Boehner said that this bill would not be introduced on the House floor, a tactic which was called anti-democratic by some as it prohibits U.
House members from conducting a debate and a poll on this bill due to a so-called Hastert Rule. House Speaker does not allow the bill to be introduced in the House, it still has a chance to be introduced on the House floor through a discharge petition.
A discharge petition signed by members or more from any party is the only way to force consideration of a bill that does not have the support of the Speaker. However, discharge petitions are rarely successful. Some have commented that this bill may be considered amnesty.
This bill proposes earned legalization for illegal immigrants they have to wait for 13 years, pay all back taxes, learn English, no legalization for people with criminal records, and citizenship or permanent residence only after the border becomes fully secure.
Instead of putting the existing Senate bill up for vote and making necessary modifications, he says that the House plans to draft another bill of its own without any path to citizenship and without some other changes such as introducing a visa for entrepreneurs and delimiting the use of H1B visas to prevent their abuse that the Senate bill offers.
If no compromise is reached between the House and the Senate, this immigration reform effort could potentially fail once again like the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act ofwith the problem of a broken and antiquated US immigration system remaining.
Salient features[ edit ] Most of the debate is focused on illegal immigrants but there is only a small part of the bill that deals with this issue path to legalization.
The rest of the bill focuses on: Adopting a points-based immigration system, like UK and Canada. This will allow acceptance of immigrants according to a merit-based system based on professional skills, family relations, and work history in the U.
Stronger border security and law enforcement. Removal of per country green card quota limits, which would help in reducing the long backlogs.
The wait time is in decades for some countries and many high-skilled immigrants including U. Creating a new INVEST visa which would allow prospective foreign entrepreneurs to stay in the US and start companies easily under current law, it is extremely difficult to do so. Data suggests that companies owned by immigrants are likely to hire more employees than native-born-owned companies.
Under the current DV lottery rules, lottery winners who have a high school diploma or "[t]wo years of work experience within the past five years in an occupation requiring at least two years' training or experience"  are eligible for consideration.
Creating a program to provide jobs to low-income and minimally-skilled American youth. Overview[ edit ] The bill would provide illegal immigrants in the U. Illegal immigrants would initially need to apply for a newly created Registered Provisional Immigrant status; in order to so immigrants would have to pay a fine and fees, any back taxes owed, pass a background check and not have a disqualifying criminal record.
Immigrants who receive the Registered Provisional Immigrant status will be able to apply for legal permanent resident status Green Card as long as strict Border Security provisions are met, including: The bill would also drastically alter the methods of visa allocation under current family-based and employment-based categories, as well as introduce a new concept of a "merit-based" visa, which awards visas based on points accrued based on educational achievements, employment history, and other contributions to society.
In many pieces of legislation, the bill opens with a section called "Congressional Findings", which are not details of the law, but rather information about the situation or general background that Congress wishes to provide to explain why the rest of the bill is necessary. In this case, Congress makes four statements of principles or aspirations explaining the need for immigration reform.
Congress makes the following findings: As a nation foundedbuilt and sustained by immigrants we also have a responsibility to harness the power of that tradition in a balanced way that secures a more prosperous future for America.
But in order to qualify for the honor and privilege of eventual citizenship, our laws must be followed. The world depends on America to be strong -- economically, militarily and ethically.
The establishment of a stable, just and efficient immigration system only supports those goals. As a nation, we have the right and responsibility to make our borders safe, to establish clear and just rules for seeking citizenshipto control the flow of legal immigration, and to eliminate illegal immigrationwhich in some cases has become a threat to our national security.MODERNIZATION OF AGRICULTURE.
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According to the modern development thinking, economic development was thought to emanate from economic growth although industrialization and political modernization were included.
Political modernization included nation building as well as social modernization where . The Tibetan and Himalayan Library is a publisher of websites, information services, and networking facilities relating to the Tibetan plateau and southern Himalayan regions.
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This study investigates the relationship between trade liberalization, financial modernization and economic development for 14 countries in the Asia and Pacific . The new version of modernization theory theorized that modernization would more than likely come from economic development that stemmed from developing nations producing products or services for.