Arland Thornton. “John Millar and Other Scholars of the 1700s and 1800s Using the Developmental Paradigm, Reading History Sideways, and International Cross-Sectional Data to Reach Conclusions about Changes in Family Relationships and Processes.” Working Paper. November 2005.
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- Developmental Idealism and Migration: Theorizing their Relationship and an Empirical Example from Nepal
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Reading History Sideways
For more information about the book and a description and critique of the method of reading history sideways