State-Building and Ethnic Structures: Dependence on International Capitalist Penetration
The relationship between a given state structure and the interethnic structure on which it is based is a key determinant of both quality and depth of international penetration in a particular country. The level of state-building (institutionalization, organizational differentiation, spatial scope, and degree of centralization) and the level of interethnic differentiation and ethnic politicization vary. - from Author
Processes of the world-system
Enloe, Cynthia, "State-Building and Ethnic Structures: Dependence on International Capitalist Penetration" (1980). International Development, Community, and Environment. 249.