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The Migration from India to Other Countries

- Here is the brief ideas and evidences regarding the migration from India to other countries and the way it effects the welfare of the country. For Example,” India has one of the world’s most diverse and complex migration history.”(2)On every continent and Island, Indian have established communities. Indians has migrated to other countries like Kenya and UK, this movement is called Secondary migration. This profile provides broad overview of Indian migration worldwide, both in past and more recently....   [tags: colonial rule, developing countries]

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Should The United States Help other Countries?

- Is America the world's policeman. Currently it would seem so, with the United States sending unheard of support to countless countries. America has been doing this task for about 60 years, more or less. America spends millions of dollars for the safety of countries that can't help themselves. Obviously America cannot afford to support so many countries and itself. Either it will run out of money or it will run out of men. Policing the world takes a lot of manpower. America is dragging down its own future....   [tags: support, countries, UN, world peace]

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U.S. Policeman in Other Countries

- World Peace has been something that the united States has tried to maintain. This has been a cause of controversy as to whether the United States should intervene in the problems of other countries. Because the U.S. is the most powerful nation, it has a responsibility to help others. There are benefits to U.S. intervention such as helping other countries, having allies when we are in trouble and, freedom worldwide; however, drawbacks exists such as killing our own, financially, and we intervene, we will need to keep our guard up....   [tags: syria children, world preace, intervention]

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Women's Lack of Rights in Other Countries

- Here in America women have many rights. Unfortunately in other countries, they do not. When i was a little girl, i dreamed. I dreamed of being many things. A writer,a teacher, a dentist, and much more. I never thought anyone would tell me different from what dreams I already had planned for myself. Here in America, we can pretty much choose what we want to be. That is, if we get an education. Many Arab women don’t even get to step outside of their own home. We are lucky to have what we have. most people don’t even understand the struggle of being a women in certain countries....   [tags: Malala Yousafzai, equal, rights]

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The Determinants of Arab Public Opinion Towards Other Countries

- I am studying international relations and I am specializing in Middle East region. The article I will summarize below is examining the determinants of Arab public opinion towards other countries. Especially after September 11, 2001, many commentators in the United States have speculated on the roots of Arab resentment toward the USA. In fact, academia has long before discussing various and more generalizable hypotheses about enmity and rivalry. Furia and Lucas (2006) are trying to find quantitative proofs for those hypotheses among Arab public....   [tags: attitudes, variables, relationships]

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America's Selective Aid to Other Countries: Factors and Reasoning

- It amazing that a country like The United States of America, who is so in tune with the world would not respond in more of a prompt manner to the atrocities committed in Bosnia. The U.S.A. is like no other country in the world, when there is a problem, like a natural disaster in another part of the world they are more than willing to swiftly help. For example, we were the first to respond to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, and our efforts to help them rebuild lasted for what seemed like a lifetime....   [tags: Economic Crisis, Natural Disasters, America]

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Terrorism : A Serious Problem For Americans And Other Countries

- Terrorism Terrorism has and will continue to be a serious problem for Americans and others in different countries. The hub of terrorism is in the middle eastern countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, and Sudan. Terrorism, both domestic and foreign, has had profound effects on America. Before the 9/11 attack, America had not experienced terrorism in this century where so many people perished. The last attack that was as bad as the 9/11 attacks was the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941....   [tags: Al-Qaeda, United States, World War II]

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Why Give 1.4 Billion Dollars to Other Countries?

- Imagine yourself walking in the shoes of a single mother with three kids working two jobs trying to provide for your family. You work all day long and still cannot provide for your three kids. You do all you can between two jobs and help from a federal aid program, but you and your children are finding yourself having to skip a meal each day because what your doing is just not enough. You find yourself wondering where you go from here and what you are supposed to do, after all, you are doing all you can....   [tags: United States Government, Food Assistance]

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Businesses Should Outsource Their Jobs to Other Countries

- Businesses Should Outsource Businesses that want to offer inexpensive, well-made products should outsource their jobs to other countries. American work ethics are very low or nonexistent. Many products are already outsourced because if they were entirely made in America, they would be unaffordable. Since Americans are becoming greedier, the amount of money they demand to be paid is rising. Other countries that are suitable to perform the jobs needed may demand less money to finish the jobs. The main purpose of this paper is to explain why businesses should outsource to other countries that can do the work they need at a cheaper cost....   [tags: competitiveness, business strategies]

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The Importance of Understanding Cultures in America and Other Countries

- When I first decided to take the Introduction to Sociology class I wasn’t quite sure what to expect or even what to think. I had never taken any classes on sociology so I was quite sure that this would be an adventure. Well, as things turned out it was an adventure, this class was fun and very insightful. This class taught me a lot about what the rest of the world is like and how the American culture is different from the cultures around the world. What america accepts as the norm is different than say what Germany accepts as the norm....   [tags: sociological analysis]

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Bullying And Its Effects On America And Other Countries

- The research question is “What can we do to prevent bullying?” Bullying is worldwide in America and other countries. Bullying has resulted into violence throughout our country. Bullying is find in our streets, schools, and community all around us. Bullying can be prevented by working together for a common goal and that looking at the facts and helping one another. Many people would like for the violence and bullying to stop well everyone need to make sure the people with the violence behaviors come off the streets....   [tags: Bullying, Abuse, Child abuse]

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Refugees From Syria And Other Countries Into The United States

- Refugees Should Be Let Into The U.S. In today’s society, a topic that is discussed by many is whether or not let refugees from Syria and other countries into the United States. There are many reasons as to why this topic is such a controversy. People across the United States have mixed emotions on allowing them in. Some people think that the refugees should be let in and some people think that they shouldn’t. A big reason that this is so important is that people are afraid that terrorists will come into the U.S....   [tags: United States, Barack Obama, Democratic Party]

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Foster Homes : The United States And Other Countries

- Foster homes have an 80% failure throughout the United states and other countries, which prove that a foster home is not the solution to help children in need. Although the government tried helping children, by placing foster homes, it resulted as a big failure. All around the world children are being abused, in the united states about 5.5 million children are being abused, And that’s only 5.5 million here in the United states. Imagine all around the world how many kids that would add up to and how many end up killed because they were being abused....   [tags: Child abuse, Adoption, Foster care, Fosterage]

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Why Should We Care About Other Countries?

- Lack of access to education is an issue that has lasting effects in every facet of life. Every day there are 57 million children who are unable to go to school, as reported by the United Nations in 2014. These children will not learn to read or write and the cycle of extreme poverty they are in will only continue. The reasons that so many children cannot attend school ranges from gender and child marriages to natural disaster and war zones. There are no quick or easy fixes to the array of problems that these millions of children face, the issues here are often rooted deeply into the culture and life styles of the people that are affected....   [tags: Poverty, Economic growth, United Nations]

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Saving other countries, but who saves us?

- The conflict in Libya has become a topic of debate in America today due to Muammar Gaddafi’s impetuous outlook on his people and the destruction of the Libyan civilization. Accompanied by his malicious regime he showers terror in the hearts of the Libyan race. The U.S. continuously wants to play the role of world police. It’s not okay to always jump in every time there’s a conflict involving other countries turmoil and violent affairs. The U.S. has its own conflicts in our own countries economy and structure....   [tags: Libya Civilization, America]

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Saving Other Countries, But Who Saves Us?

- The conflict in Libya has become a topic of debate in America today, due to Muammar Gaddafi’s undermined support of his people and his rouge regime. The U.S. shouldn’t play the world police, jumping in every time there’s a conflict involving other countries turmoil and violent affairs, because the U.S. has its own conflicts in our own economy and structure. I will explain the importance of the United States focusing on our own countries current events such as our financial discrepancy due to excessive war expenditures....   [tags: Foreign Policy ]

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New Customs And Traditions From Other Countries

- When this interview project was presented, I was very excited to learn about new customs and traditions from other countries. While looking for a person to interview, I remembered that my boyfriend had a roommate who was an international student from China. I had heard of China before and I was extremely interested in learning about their marriage traditions. I wanted to learn how their marriage traditions were similar or completely different from the traditions in the United States. It was about two weeks ago that I went to visit them at UC Santa Barbara....   [tags: Marriage, Wedding, China, United States]

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How Do Other Countries Do Discipline

- How Other Countries Do Discipline After reading the article about “How Other Countries Do Discipline”, I totally agree with the author’s view that a school’s disciplinary climate is not only the product of the educator’s belief and actions, but it is also shaped by the legal and social context of the country. Though every country has different customs and rules, the work of discipline all leads to help to prevent discipline problems and to create a better environment for learning. First of all, the article examined assessment and survey data from 49 countries that participated in the 2003 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Survey (TIMSS), such as Canada, Chile, Israel, Italy, J...   [tags: legal, social, environment, teacher, poverty]

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Exporting Ethical Standards to Other Countries

- Exporting Ethical Standards to Other Countries 1. If 3M doesn’t like the way things are done in Russia, it shouldn’t do business there. Explain your rationale. I do not agree with this statement. From my marketing perspective, it is a challenge of 3M in order to go worldwide, and this is a challenge they should take. Russia is booming in oil and gas, mining, construction, IT, retail, and service sectors. (Klumov, 2006). 3M should realize its company is a world leader in a wide range of business areas industrial and office market telecommunication, traffic control materials, and many others (3M.com, 2008)....   [tags: Business Ethics International Markets]

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The Role of Other Countries in Lybia's Civil War

- In Libya’s case, many countries played a crucial role in the intervention in Libya’s civil war, especially those who took part in the NATO and the UN movement. First of all, NATO stands for “North Atlantic Treaty Organization” which is an intergovernmental military alliance whose purpose is to create a shared defense in response to an attack by any outside party. It is important to note that this intervention took place in Libya and not in Syria because there are many economic interests involved in Libya, which was not the case for Syria, especially when it comes to oil....   [tags: international politics, NATO, UN]

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How Globalization Is The Dominant Western Society Of The World From Other Countries

- To begin, this critical response paper will provide a detailed explanation for the significant merit of globalization in context with work or services implementing the dominant western society of the world from other countries that have fewer resources compared to the first world countries. According to Ravelli and Webber (2015) in the textbook “Exploring Sociology,” Globalization initially emerged from Europe when the booming economic industries prepared colonies to transport cheap materials from global south countries to incorporate them with their own resources....   [tags: Third World, First World, Globalization]

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People Visiting Other Countries Should Follow Local Customs and Behavior

- ... When the visitors do not follow that customs and behavior it can make them in a bad situation and exposed to danger and some travelers are not aware of it. Visitors support and are a part of community and culture of the country that they visit it and the reason why every travelers visit different countries is that they are charming with resplendent history and fuzzy cultures for this simple and important reason, people start to discover the new culture and continent. You can learn about the culture of a country by the journey....   [tags: community and culture, risk, respect]

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Why the United States Continues to Give around Billions in Aid to Other Countries?

- The United States continues to give around $550 billion in aid to other countries each year, making America the world's top donor by far (Richardson). While the United States government only supplies $252 billion to needy Americans each year. Former Assistant to the President for Communications, Patrick Buchanan said, "The idea that we should send endless streams of tax dollars all over the world, while our own country sinks slowly in an ocean of debt is, well, ludicrous" (Foreign Aid). The United States need to give money to support the domestic impoverished rather than supporting developing foreign countries because the poverty and homelessness in America is increasing faster than the aid...   [tags: foreign aid, usa economy, usa poverty]

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The Impact Of Other Countries On The Passing Of Apartheid Laws And Its Eventual Appeal

- In the modern world, domestic issues are seldom disjoint from international ones. Domestic policy often shapes international, and vice versa. Apartheid South Africa was no different. For my research, I hope to explore the impact of other countries on the passing of apartheid laws and their eventual appeal. Apartheid, having originated in 1948, was founded in when racism was universal, so worldwide outcry against the atrocities in South Africa was uncommon. As time went on and other countries saw civil rights reach their borders, they placed on pressure on South Africa to do the same....   [tags: South Africa, Racial segregation, Namibia]

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Isolationism : A Policy Of Abstaining From Economic And Political Relations With Other Countries

- Isolationism is “a policy of abstaining from economic and political relations with other countries” (Smith). An isolationist is “a politician who thinks the Republic ought to pursue a policy of political isolation” (McDougall 40). After its founding on July 4, 1776, the United States of America practiced this policy in order to keep itself out of foreign affairs. But it was not called this until the late Save for its trading with other countries, the United States followed the ideas that isolationism promoted....   [tags: Cold War, Vietnam War]

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History of Bullying Behavior in Middle-age Schools in Other Countries

- ... As additional teens have resorted to using mobiles and social networks to correspond, cyber bullying has turn out to be a key concern. At the moment, "cyber bullying is increasing rapidly as a result of social networks where information can reach the world in a matter of few seconds" (Sutton & Smith, 1999). Interestingly bullying has been identified and studied internationally with the earliest work in the field initiated in the late 1970s by Dan Olweus in Scandinavia. Also, other researchers in Great Britain, Australia, and in the United States have contributed to the current understanding of the dynamics underlying bullying....   [tags: harassment, school and home]

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Does gender make a difference in education in America in the same way as in other countries?

- For many years women in America have experienced many different situations in the education arena. Situations that women experienced were very different than the experiences males experienced in the same classroom and women expectations were also different than that of their male counterparts. Renzetti and Curran wrote in their Fifth Edition of Women, Men and Society that women were expected to not only attend to their studies but also attend to the males’ laundry, cleaning their rooms and meal service....   [tags: Gender Studies]

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The Effects Of Illegal Drugs On The United States And Other Countries Around The World

- The use of illegal drugs in the United States and other countries around the world is one of the biggest problems in today community. Illegal drugs are drugs that are restricted by the government. Moreover, some medical drugs have chemicals that can help people with pain and stress. But when people are under the influence of illicit drugs, they can experience many side effects such as: liver cancer, heart, and brain disease. Illegal drugs are being used by many types of people around the world; they cost a large amount of money and negatively affect people both psychologically and physically....   [tags: Drug addiction, Heroin, Illegal drug trade, Drug]

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World War II versus Vietnam War

- World War II vs. Vietnam War The United States has faced many conflicts throughout history. World War II and the Vietnam War are two of the many wars that the United States has fought. World War II began on September 1, 1939- 1945 when 1.5 million German troops invaded Poland. Germany's superior air power and technologically advanced armored and motorized divisions overwhelmed Polish forces (“World War II, US History in Context” 1). “By September 20, Poland had been overrun by the German blitzkreig (lightening war)” (World War II, US History in Context 1)....   [tags: US conflicts with other countries]

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Outsource in the US, PRC and Other Involved Countries

-     Outsourcing is not a strange word for China, the World Factory. China is earning this name by the 30-year experience of OEM, ODM and assembly manufacturing. However, the economic crisis has become a watershed for both the US and the PRC on topic of international labor cooperation. According to the statistics, the foreign capital is retreating from China, and nobody knows where it went. Chinese government started to eliminate labor-intensive industries and expand domestic demand by investing funds....   [tags: import, export, globalization]

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The Global Warming Conflict: USA vs. Other Countries

- The Global Warming Conflict: USA vs. Other Countries In my paper, I plan to explain why the United States and other nations cannot get along when it comes to environmental issues. I plan to break up the paper into three sections that contains what global warming is and how it affects the world, the United States problems and conflicts with other counties about this subject, and my own conclusion based on the information I have found. Global warming is a serious issue in today?s society. World powers such as the United States, Japan, Canada, and Australia can usually see eye to eye with each other about global warming....   [tags: Environment Global Warming Climate Change]

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Hollywood Movies Compared to Other Countries' Movies

- Hollywood Movies Compared to Other Countries' Movies Despite the fact that Hollywood films are popular all over the world, many believe that foreign films are better. Critics’ dislike of Hollywood films’ is due to the straight-line plots of the films in which nothing is left unclear, unsettling or unexplained and every shot is justified by a link to strictest cause and effect. Hollywood films are often viewed as dulling the mind. In this country people generally view films for mere entertainment....   [tags: Hollywood Entertainment Film Films Essays]

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Should the United States' School Schedule Be Extended?

- ... The Massachusetts experiment proves that the extension can produce more money for schools. Even though some might think the extension brings in more money, the reality is extending the school schedule cost millions and not many states have the resources to fund it. In fact in the article “Schools Give Extended Class Time a Longer Look” Ledyard King states, “Lack of money was largely the reason Florida abandoned its experiment with a longer school day years ago” (King). King’s statement proves that extensions are sometimes too costly to go into action....   [tags: adding hours, lagging behind other countries]

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Employment And Educational Opportunities During The United States And Other Industrialized Countries

- If you travel back in time to 50 years ago, educational opportunities were very different for men and women. In the United States and other industrialized countries, the common view was that women were to stay at home, look after their children, cook, and clean. The male of the household would be the provider. Bell Hooks claims, “It was clear that men wanted to lead and they wanted women to follow” (Feminist Politics…). However after several years, things have changed dramatically. Employment and educational opportunities, diversity and culture, and comparing part time versus full time workers are some issues that we need to start looking at....   [tags: Employment, Part-time, Minimum wage, Wage]

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Teen Pregnancy Is The United States Is Higher Than Other Industrialized Countries

- Pregnancy in teens is the United States is higher than most other industrialized countries. According to the CDC, in 2014, there were 249, 078 babies born to women aged 15-19, which is lower than what it has been in previous years. There are an estimated 415,129 children in foster care in the united states, approximately 48% being female (Children’s Bureau, 2016). By the age of 19, 51% of the females in foster youth will have been pregnant at least once, compared to only 20% of females who are not in the foster care system (Boonstra, 2011)....   [tags: Foster care, Child protection, Family]

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On How American Companies Started Offshoring White and Blue Collar Positions to Other Countries with Low Pay since the 1960's

- ... The loss of jobs was unavoidable after China entered the World Trade Organization in 2001. As part of the treaty China had to open its labor market to the West in exchange for entry into the WTO. After China was accepted into the WTO the investment from the West began to pour into China in the form of manufacturing. For the last thirteen years U.S. international companies with big brand-names that employ a fifth of all American workers, have been contracting overseas while cutting jobs back at home, exacerbating the discuss over the globalization's consequence on the American economy....   [tags: benefits and effects, business analysis]

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How Does the India Preamble to the Constitution Compare with Other Countries' Preambles

- INTRODUCTION The Preamble to a Constitution encapsulates the principal qualities and the theory, on which the Constitution is based, and the points and goals, which the establishing fathers of the Constitution ordered the commonwealth to strive to accomplish. The criticalness and utility of the Preamble has been brought up in a few choices of the Supreme Court of India. However, without anyone else present, it is not enforceable in Court of Law, the Preamble to a composed Constitution states the items which the constitution looks to make and push and likewise supports the legitimate elucidation of the Constitution where the dialect is discovered to be vague .The Preamble to our Constitution...   [tags: court, power, freedom]

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The Importance of the Opposition of Other Countries in Ending Apartheid in South Africa

- I do agree that international opposition to apartheid was one of the factors in bringing it to an end. However I think there are other causes, both long and short term, that led to the end of apartheid in South Africa. People all over the world were shocked to see the violence in events like the Soweto riots and the Sharpeville and Langa shootings. They also saw the events occurring between the South African government and extremist groups like the ANC, which appeared during Verwoerd's apartheid....   [tags: Free Apartheid Essays]

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Analysis Of The Film, For Profit Hmo 's And The Universal Healthcare System Of Other Industrialized Countries

- 1. In the film, for profit HMO’s in the U.S are a stark contrast against the universal healthcare system of other industrialized countries. Our insurers are not so much concerned with your health but with minimizing the amount spent on their customers. They deny coverage based on pre-existing conditions because it may be too costly for them. The film highlights examples of startling reasons for being denied such as being too skinny or fat. We see whistleblower Dr. Linda Peeno reveal that Doctors are incentivized to deny claims to increase profits especially if they wish to rise within the industry....   [tags: Health care, Universal health care, Medicine]

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How Henry VII's Dealings With Other Countries Helped to Strengthen his Position at Home

- How Henry VII's Dealings With Other Countries Helped to Strengthen his Position at Home A major part of any King's role is to gain the support of the people, without this the threat of uprising and usurpation is much greater. Also England was in a time of great instability as it had had five kings in 25 years. Following these issues Henry's motivation throughout his reign was the need to secure his dynasty. Henry helped to achieve this goal in the way he dealt with other countries....   [tags: Papers]

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Should People Living in more Affluent Countries Have the Moral Obligation to Provide for the Poor in Other Parts of the World

- In this paper I will look at the argument made by Peter Singer in his paper, “Famine, Affluence and Morality” which advocates that those people living in more affluent countries have a moral obligation to provide assistance to the poor in other parts of the world. I will first outline the basic premise of Singer’s argument supporting this moral obligation and whether it is a sound argument. Secondly, I will look at an alternative view provided by Garrett Hardin in his paper, “Living on a Lifeboat”, which suggests that maintaining one’s own self-interest is more important and, in fact, necessary to prevent our own downfall....   [tags: analysing Peter Signer's argument]

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Poverty Within Developed Countries

- Poverty is a vague and ambiguous term. Many people define poverty in many different ways. Some consider it the literal lack of monetary funds, while others consider it the lack of over-all ‘wealth’ which includes the opportunity to attain an education and hopefully, in turn, attain some form of monetary currency. For the sake of this paper, the definition of poverty which includes opportunities and education will be used because it includes various parts of being poor instead of focusing simply on monetary currency. When the general public thinks of poverty, it thinks of poor starving children in Africa....   [tags: America, Poverty Line, Developed Countries]

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History and Current State of Affaris in The Nordic Countries

- Introduction What research has been conducted on the public administrations of the nordic countries. Are some theories and themes favored over others, or is there a trend that guides how research in this field has been and should be framed. This paper will serve as an overview of research conducted in the field of public administrations, with a special emphasis on research conducted on the(relatively recent) history and current state of affairs in the nordic countries, with their distinct permutations of institutional arrangements and organizational environments....   [tags: public administration, scandinavian countries]

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Developing Countries Healthcare Issues and Charitable Organizations that Address Their Needs

- Here in America, having the privilege to go to the doctors even when you are not ill is taken for granted. While you’ve been comfortably impatient waiting in a doctors office, have you ever taken the time to think about the millions of people around the world who die merely because they do not have the medicine, the care, and the knowledge to even help themselves prevent these easily preventable diseases and illnesses. Every sixty seconds, malaria claims life of another precious child. Maybe this is news to you or maybe this is your opportunity to let this problem resonate, while taking into account the health issues others around the world face on a daily basis....   [tags: International politics, developing countries]

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International Development in Developing Countries

- International Development in Developing Countries “…increasing international trade and financial flows since the Second World War have fostered sustained economic growth over the long term in the world’s high-income states. Some with idle incomes have prospered as well, but low-income economies generally have not made significant gains. The growing world economy has not produced balanced, healthy economic growth in the poorer states. Instead, the cycle of underdevelopment more aptly describes their plight....   [tags: Developing Countries Economics Essays]

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Developed Countries and Economically Developed Countries

- ... Using the estimation of Phillips Curves model that has apply in the research, his conclude that the non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment (NAIRU) may be decreased a little bit. Besides, nowadays inflation in United States caused the cost of import decreased due to the appreciation of US Dollars, decreased in product price and the Asian crisis. Mankiw (2000), has already made a research in United State to defines the short run tradeoff between inflation and unemployment rate. In the research said that a contractionary monetary shocks will increased the unemployment rate....   [tags: inflation rate, unemployment rate]

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Sources of Capital to Small And Medium Size Enterprise in developing countries

- During the last two decades Small and medium size enterprises have played an increasingly important role for economies worldwide and continues to be an important tool for economies especially for the growth of developing countries. The main challenge faced is the level of credit risk. The goal for a bank is to maximize the risk - adjusted rate of return; hence managing credit risk is essential for long term profitability and lending. Loans (credits) are the most common credit risk that banks need to manage (Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, 2000)....   [tags: World Wide Economy, Finances, Countries]

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Countries and their Level of Development: Least Economically Developed Countries

- ... From the above graphs it can be concluded that MEDCs have lower Birth rates; due to families tend to be smaller as individuals invest more in few children in order to give them a better chance in life and families in MEDCs have less time to spend on raising children because women also contribute in the societies’ work. Moreover, Literacy rate is considerably higher in MEDCs due to the majority of such cultures believe in the importance of education and the fact that the governments offer children access to free education....   [tags: classification, economic indicators, poverty]

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What Worked? Examining the Factors that Led to Opposite Poverty Reduction Results in Countries with Similar Circumstances

- Introduction According to the United Nations, landlocked developing countries are often the developing world's poorest, growing at the slowest rates. They typically rely heavily on a limited number of commodities for export earnings and do worse than non-landlocked countries in every component of the Human Development Index; their average per capita GDP is approximately 57% of the average for countries with access to bodies of water (Faye, et al., 2004, 33). Burkina Faso is one of them. Landlocked and relatively resource-scarce, it is one of the poorest countries in the world....   [tags: international politics, developing countries]

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The Demand Of The Petroleum Exporting Countries

- Global market, as we know is hugely dependent on the Crude Oil price, which is derived from its production and supply. And the price is determined by the market economy, it is formally decided by The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) with 14 countries as its member. OPEC plays an imperative role in deciding the future course of action relating to the price and trade of crude oil. Among the 14 member countries, Saudi Arabia (K.S.A) and Iran are the big players of OPEC. In fact, the international trade acknowledges K.S.A as the world’s largest oil producer....   [tags: Petroleum, Peak oil, OPEC, International trade]

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The Impacts of Globalization on Developing Countries

- Globalization, love it or hate it, but you can’t escape it. Globalization may be regarded as beneficial from an economic and business point of view, but however cannot be perceived the ditto when examined from the social sciences and humanities side of it. Globalization can be argued as a tool for economic growth, advancement and prosperity through co-operation between the developed and developing countries. The pro-globalization critics argue that the benefits that globalization brings to developing nations surpasses or outcasts the negative impacts caused by globalization and may even go a step further to state that it is the only source of hope for developing nations to prosper and stand...   [tags: Globalization Essays]

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The Impact Of Globalization On Developing Countries

- Globalisation is a process of raising integration and inter-dependence between countries around the world. It can be shown from greater trade in goods and services, massive transfer of financial capital and technology, better specialisation in production and more labour migration between the world’s economies. As highlighted the booming of the four largest emerging economies, which are named as BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China), is one of the most successful results of globalisation. Nonetheless, little attention is paid to the different problems behind this rapid global economic integration....   [tags: Developing country, Developed country]

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The Crisis Of Middle East Countries

- Every now and then we are hearing a lot of crisis in the media about Middle East countries like Iran, Iraq, Saudi- Arabia, Israel, Lebanon, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt and Kuwait. One of the causes which have promoted the increased tension in Middle East is poor leadership in these countries. A leader should be a pillar of uniting the citizens who have a lot of trust in him or her to rule the country and also developing it. In contrast, leaders here don’t promote democracy in their countries leading to political, international and member’s divisions....   [tags: Middle East, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates]

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The Poverty Of Low Income Countries

- Poverty has been around for a long time and over time more and more sociologists have discovered reasons to why poverty exists. In developing countries, poverty features as a central issue; not only that but the world in general has a poverty problem. Almost half of the world, over three billion people, lives with less than $2.50 a day and at least 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 a day (Shah, 2013). Relating back to the question at hand, how might the poverty of low-income countries be explained from a sociology perspective....   [tags: Poverty, World Bank, Wealth, United States]

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The Spread Of Buddhism And Western Countries

- The increased exposure to globalisation through technology and westernisation has brought about much change in Buddhism. However, it has also placed strains on the belief system, as Buddhists attempt to uphold the traditional views and ideologies. The spread of Buddhism to Asian countries and more currently western countries have led to changes of its traditions and values concerning gender, technology usage, its ability to adapt to society as well as their place in society. The traditions of Buddhism have generally remained the same throughout its history, however, have had small changes as a result of globalisation....   [tags: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Mahayana]

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The Power of Sustainability in Countries

- Sustainability refers to the understanding of the interconnections among economy, society and environment which is applicable to a series of procedures to achieve a distribution of resources and opportunities. At present, many countries are intending to carry out this ideology to enforce a development in the ecology of the world. But nevertheless a great quantity of countries is not interested on applying these methods into their economy, as in the case of Venezuela because it is a country with many resources such as Oil....   [tags: development, ecology, resources, oil, power]

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Prevalence of AIDS in African Countries

- The prevalence of AIDs in the African countries has come to be more apparent as the rates of those who have AIDs has increased over the past few years. Zimbabwe is a third world country where many facilities are not available as well as health oriented programs, many people are living under deplorable conditions which also contributes to their risk of infection. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or AIDs caused by HIV, is a disease that is caused by sexual intercourse with those of who are infected with it, AIDs can also be caused by prenatal transmission, and if the mother were to have AIDs then the child would also be infected....   [tags: spread of HIV related diseases]

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A Report On The Oecd Countries

- It is easy to draw the following conclusions. Firstly, the OECD countries is much richer than the other two groups as the GDP per capital doubles than non-oil countries. The average GDP per capita is 13131 USD for the OECD countries while only 6589.83 and 5309.77 for the other two groups. Secondly, GDP per capital and saving rate varies a lot among countries, while the population growth rate nearly unchanged. Thirdly, the maximum value of GDP per capita is the same among these three groups. That country is Norway....   [tags: Regression analysis, Econometrics]

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Poverty and Inequality in Developing Countries

- Poverty is a major issue in most societies around the world. Poverty is when people live with fewer sources than an average person, who live in a decent home with a car and family that he love and care for, besides that poverty also is not just about financial and physical things, it includes emotional breakdown, like feeling hungry, frustrated, tired and hopeless through the year. Moreover, some countries have a high economic status, but they still face poverty somehow, it means countries that have no justice and have dictatorial system which called corruption....   [tags: education, mobility, family, behavior]

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The Case of Developing Countries: Turkey

- Introduction: A country needs domestic and external financing in order to develop. The developing countries often have savings or trade gap which means that there is short fall between savings and desired level of investment and the countries try to fill this gap by capital inflows. At that point external financing is very important for economic and social development. Since the early 1980's foreign direct investment have grown at a significant rate and has become an important source of private external finance for developing countries....   [tags: economic and social development, trade]

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Globalization Is Beneficial For Developing Countries

- Globalisation is beneficial for developing countries. Do you agree. Shuman (2016 pp.1-3) states that, the World Bank estimated that there is a substantial increase of international migrant of 251 million last year and about 38 percent of the population moved to developing country to another by the year 2013. Globalisation is a complex term for describing events that are happening all over the world. It indicates developing countries have been established its connection socially, politically and economically....   [tags: Health care, Medicine, Developing country]

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Developing Countries During The Revolution

- The rapid development and national power in the developed countries after the revolution is due to the speedy recovery and upgrading of industries and especially technologies. Therefore, less developed countries have to focus their attention on how to develop or adopt the industries and technologies from developed countries. (Sheleifer et al., 1998; Rodrick, 1998,2001) suggests that the poor development performance in less developed countries is largely associated with their institutional problems such as political issues, market distortions, unfairness in income distributions, government interventions, colonial heritages, violent crimes, micro instability and so on (Lin and Lui)....   [tags: Human Development Index, Developing country]

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Internet Technology : Developing Countries

- Internet Technology The developed countries managed to develop their economy by technology. The rich countries have sought access to the Internet for use in the development of the economy because they know the use of the Internet will develop countries. Most of the developed countries used the Internet fantastically in the development of the state in all respects, not only on the economy. However, the developing countries did not use the technology to develop their countries. Because of this, they cannot develop their economy unless they take advantage of the Internet to develop the economic situation....   [tags: Human Development Index, Developed country]

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Criticism of Democracy in Different Countries

- Muslims were pioneers of enlightenment in Europe, but they were certainly not following a system of governance through a popular choice (Lewis 62). Concepts of liberty and freedom were unknown during those days. Nonetheless, the Muslims at large chose to go against their own teachings of sorting out their affairs through consultation and were caught in the web of adopting the rules of the West (Lewis, 57). The reason for the criticism of democracy and secularism in Muslim countries, has often been described in some cases to be the influence of the fundamentalist approach of Islam....   [tags: governing method, islamic community,muslim]

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The Level of Corruption Across Countries

- ... The legal system in Ukraine is still under development while the legal system in Japan is better developed as compared to Ukraine (Anna 2010, pg 3). Due to this imperfection, there is deficiency of certain sanctions for breaching laws and gaps in legislation (Anna 2010, pg 3). As a result of this, the ambiguity in law and insignificant penalty in Ukraine help to foster the growth of corruption and provide more chances for the civil servants who have the access to insider information and decision making to exploit the legal loop hole (Anatoliy 2009)....   [tags: transparency, global civil society]

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The Battle of Landlocked Countries

- In the world today we have seen much technological advancement in transportation which has allowed the world to be a much more connected place in communication and trade. However, many landlocked countries in Africa still face an uphill battle when it comes to international trading. Much of their economic issues are a result of their distance from the coast, this paper will however will look at how dependency on foreign relations is the biggest factor on whether the country will be This paper will shed light on how the geography of a country play a significant role on how successful a country is economically....   [tags: correlation between geography and economic success]

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Increasing Education in Developing Countries

- Third-world countries struggle with numbers of problems. Food shortages, lack of clean drinking water, and disease are just a few issues that developing countries are facing. Another important issue is that of education. Several factors make it obvious that an increase in education is greatly needed in developing countries and solving this problem may prove very difficult in these poverty-stricken areas. Leaving the population of these countries uneducated creates a vicious cycle that only sends them spiraling deeper into these problems....   [tags: Education ]

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Social Protection in Developing Countries

- The global crisis has sharply underscored the need to strengthen social protection institutions in developing countries, and especially in low income countries. Before the onset of the crisis in November 2008, a growing body of research had accumulated proving a comprehensive knowledge base demonstrating that social protection programmes are effective instruments in reducing poverty and enhancing human development. In the decade prior to the onset of the crisis a large number among the new social protection programmes had emerged in the South with a specific focus on children....   [tags: Social Issues]

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Mitigating Disasters in Developing Countries

- The focus of this essay however will be on developing countries and the alternatives available to mitigate natural and man-made disasters that are available to policymakers. Developing countries are in general countries which have not achieved a significant degree of industrialization relative to their populations, and which have, in most cases a medium to low standard of living. There is a strong correlation between low income and high population growth In today’s globalized nation, countries are categorized either as a developed or developing nation....   [tags: International Development]

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International Trade of Developing Countries

- International trade of developing countries is the classic weak vs. strong dichotomy, and underdeveloped or developing countries cannot make it solely on their own efforts; the have nots need help from the haves. Developed nations trumpet the claim that the answer to developing nations’ international trade issues is untrammeled or open market activity as opposed to government intervention by developed nations’ governments. This begs the question as to what extent the governments of developed nations are or should be responsible for supporting developing countries’ growth in international trading markets....   [tags: dichotomy, efforts, problems]

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Health Policy in Developed Countries

- Creating health policy involves many complexities and challenges no matter the current state of the country. This literature review will look at policy development in the United States (US), Canada, Uganda, and sub-Saharan Africa and examine the varying factors of development such as cost, quality, and patient access. One constant theme stands out amongst the literature. No matter the condition of the country or the type of health policy, no health system is without challenges, whether they are unique or shared....   [tags: policy development, patients access]

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The Olympics in Corrupt Countries

- The Olympic games are not solely for sports. While the Olympics does showcase the world’s finest athletes in the largest sporting event to occur every four years, the Games also represent the politics, economy, and people of each nation. Every hosting country is expected to put its “best foot forward” in hopes it can make a good impression on the thousands of eyes watching (Politics always an issue). With this comes the question of which countries should be allowed to host said Olympic games....   [tags: sporting event, discrimination]

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My Experience With Different Countries

- I have always been lucky enough to have great experiences when I have traveled to different countries. I am always very nervous and extra cautious when it comes to traveling to other countries. I feel that this happens because it is usually a place I have not been to before and I am unsure what this new territory is going to be like. When visiting different countries I have noticed that the people in the places I have visited are much more laidback and relaxed than the people here in the United States....   [tags: African American, White American, Race, Sociology]

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The Problems Of Undeveloped Countries

- As time passes by, more and more people need more aliment to survive and be adequately salubrious. Undeveloped countries struggle to feed all its inhabitants and often, the lack of nutrients raises the amount of diseases in the area. People from these countries tend to be very skinny and often starve to death because of the lack of a good nutrition. Another serious issue related to undeveloped countries is the little technological development and the few resources they have to prevent illnesses....   [tags: DNA, Genetically modified food]

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Education Systems And Developing Countries

- Education systems in developing countries can be improved, but it would take a significant amount of work to do so. Reform is needed, and has been needed for many years, but the realization that is failed is what exactly needs to change in order for the education systems to be improved. In order to enhance and improve the quality of a child’s education, the educator must be sure the students are engaging in activities while still focusing on their studies. “…teachers shift the format of learning from time to time, by providing students with various interactive activities with other students” (Townsend et al....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, Developing country]

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Child Obesity in Industrialized Countries

- Introduction Child obesity is a social problem that has gained in importance throughout the years; it is a significant challenge in today’s world. Statistics demonstrate that obesity rates have never been higher in the United States (Chaput and Doucet et al. 681). Child obesity is a problem that has many effects on people’s lives and is now turning into an epidemic concern. It became a social issue from the beginning of the over consumption era, which is a “computer-dependent, sleep-deprived, physically inactive humans”(Chaput and Doucet et al....   [tags: economical, sociological, psychological factors]

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Assessment of Households' Vulnerability to Food Insecurity and Determinant Factors in Developning Countries: The Case of Ethiopia

- Empirical findings show that access to adequate and sufficient food in developing countries is unstable, suggesting that whether a household or individual is food secure at any point in time is best thought of in a dynamic sense. Yet the more widely used food security analysis methods mainly consider current access to food, failing to provide policy makers with forward‐looking information. Concurrently, in most countries in Sub-Saharan Africa in general and in Ethiopia in particular, households’ capacity to manage risks is especially low due to multiple stressors coupled with a poor asset base making them particularly vulnerable to food insecurity....   [tags: poverty policies in Sub-Saharan countries]

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Education In Developing Countries

- 1- Introduction Education is considered to be one of the most is important thing in our life. we can say that education is the knowledge or the skill that can be taken . Education can teach us as individuals or communities the good things and the bad , it can help us to have a good choice for our future based on our strengths or weakness ( in high school you can gain these skills ) and direct us to our role in society . Some countries do not have good standards in education , resulting in a society having aimless lives....   [tags: Importance, Shifting Standards]

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Globalization and Developing Countries

- Globalization is the massive control of the world’s economy by big businesses. With the growth of globalization comes the changing of developing countries’ economies, and destruction of environments and cultures. So why than are we still allowing corporations to hurt them. There must be a stricter limit on corporate activity in developing countries to protect their economies, environments and cultures. How far does globalization go back. Some people argue that globalization can be traced back to the Turks control of the Silk Road or the discovery of the Americas....   [tags: Globalization Essays]

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Least Developed Countries (LDCs)

- ... Previous Resolutions The U.N. has created the Istanbul Program of Action. The goal for this is to have a more strategic, comprehensive, and sustained approach based on ambitious, focused and realistic commitments to bring about structural transformation in least developed countries that fosters accelerated, sustained, inclusive and equitable economic growth and sustainable development that helps least developed countries meet long-standing as well as emerging challenges. 2.Previous Actions In most LDCs, the U.N....   [tags: Economy, UN]

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