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The Legitimization of Violence. Retrieved from ” https: David Ernest Apter December 18, — Jodernization 4, was an American political scientist and sociologist. The Gold Coast in Transition. The Political Kingdom in Uganda: The Free Press of Glencoe.
He was born on December 18, Choice and the Politics of Allocation. He was Henry J.
University Press of Virginia. Japanese, Turkish, and Indonesian editions subsequently published —— Retrieved 22 April moddernization Received the Woodrow Wilson Foundation award for the best book of the year on government, politics, or international affairs  Edited volumes [ edit ] Apter, David E. Views Read Edit View history.
Modernization, Dependency, and Post-Modern Politics. This page was last edited on 24 Februaryat Retrieved June 12, The Politics of Modernization. He taught at Northwestern Universitythe University of Chicago where he was the Executive Secretary xavid the Committee for the Comparative Study of Politixs Nationsthe University of Californiawhere he was director of the Institute of International Studiesand Yale University, where he held a joint appointment in political science and sociology and served as Director of the Social Science Division, Chair of Sociology, and was a founding fellow of the Whitney Humanities Center.
Studies in Comparative Development. In he was the first recipient of the Foundation Mattei Dogan prize for contributions to Interdisciplinary research.
Iwanami Apter, David E. Apter died in his home in North Haven, Connecticutfrom complications due to cancer on May 4,