Use Talcott Parsons, pattern variable; (pattern variable A and pattern variable B) in the analyzing development and underdevelopment societies.
In analyzing development and underdevelopment societies, both Talcott Parsons and pattern variables have been embraced.
To begin with, Talcott Parsons regarded voluntarist action through the lens of the social values and communal structures that oblige choices and eventually define all social actions, as contrasting to actions that are strongminded based on internal psychological processes. Besides, Talcott Parsons was particularly perilous of the old-style values of underdeveloped countries. Therefore, he thought that they were too devoted to traditional rituals, customs, practices, and organizations, which were the enemy of progress.
Secondly, the pattern variable is a charter through which Parsons attempts to comprehend how the actor discusses the action state and manifests a specific kind of behavior. In Pattern Variable A, it is a creation of expressive alignment demanding the satisfaction of needs, while stressing emotive criteria and aesthetics. Lastly, it is the core of old-style society. Pattern Variable B, demands rational, objective, goal-leaning actions driven by contributory mode of direction, and it is an echo of modern society.