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The difference between the USA and Portugal within the core, or between South Korea and Indonesia within the semi-periphery). Further, world-systems continua are better able to capture the notion that there are always some countries moving up and down within the global hierarchy. Third, countries can be viewed as holding somewhat different positions in the world-system hierarchy depending on the issue. g. g. g. trade sanctions or regional trade alliances) under examination. China, Brazil and Poland would be considered semi-peripheral across a wide range of considerations.
They divided the world's countries into core, semi-periphery and periphery based on GNP per capita. e. GNP per capita). They measured changes in the three spatial categories between 1938 and 1983. If the world were polarized between core and periphery these distributions would be bimodal. The semi-periphery thesis suggests there should be trimodal distributions. They produce nine distributions from 1938 to 1983, which can all be interpreted as trimodal. Taylor (1988) refined Arrighi and Drangel's test by further specifying the analytical units.
The former 'relational' view clearly inherits much from a Marxian analysis of capitalism, in which a central concept is dialectics (Gregory, 1994). The latter 'unilinear' perspective, like much of social science and popular thinking about the world, extends (implicitly or explicitly) from modernization theory (Brohman, 1995). The conflation of modernization and world-system theories that sometimes occurs may be attributable in part to terminological overlap. Friedmann's (1966) presentation of the modernization process at the national level also employed the concepts of centre (core) and periphery.