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    The Third World

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    The Third World The Third World has undergone an intense transformation over the past century. It has encountered the slow progression from a traditional society to the brink of modernization. Two of the most influential components of this extensive transformation are leadership and ideology. They have left an indelible mark on the Third World and have helped to define the direction of this revolution and its influence on the rest of the modern world. Third World leadership has played a significant

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    The Plight of Third World Child Laborers

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    child laborers around the world, and live their lives like the one described above. Many major multinational companies, such as Nike and Gap, exploit these child laborers to produce cheaper products in a global market. This exploitation by major international companies is wrong, and should be put to a stop through means of international conventions and legislation. As I previously stated, exploitation of children in third world countries is a major problem in the world today. In many developing

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    Working Condition of Third World Countries

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    their safety in the workforce. They aren't grateful for having a right where there job can be held liable if something bad happen to them while in the workforce. They aren't being force to work with hazardous products like many third world people are being forced. In third world countries day by day many people are dying due to the condition place in front of them by sweatshops. Many of these people working in these sweatshops don't really have that much choice of jobs. Many things happen in the work

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    contributing agents of the widespread of disease within third-world nation. While these agents are unquestionable in their own right, one more agent – that can possibly be derived from the above agents – needs to be added to their ranks. This agent is the lack of faith in western medical system within third-world nations. Medicine (or medical systems) in developing nations is a second-rate affair (without the effectiveness seen in first-world nations) that, rather than diminish, enforces a lack of

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    Understanding on the Comparisons Perusing various Canadian literature and comparing them to my past experiences in child protection enlightened me to the various differences in practices between First world and third world as created and influenced by western concepts and practices. First and as mentioned previously, social workers are bestowed with great power that it must be used with caution. The use of power by the social worker contributes and influences how the interaction between the client

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    Women’s role in third world countries was not my first topic I had in mind. As I got deeper into the topic my mind I realized third world countries control the gender population; once you’re born you already set for life by your social class or culture. Not having that freedom to live the life you choose to have makes me realize how lucky I am. Our gender affects how the world views us; that’s why women in third world countries suffer paramount importance. In India girls at a young age will work

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    Third World Debt

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    Third World Debt For most of the Developing countries, the need to exploit their resources, increase their GDP up to an acceptable level and overcome their inability to cope with the necessary imports to cover domestic wants, caused a major increase in their external debt. Prior to the Third World debt crisis in 1982, Developing countries managed to keep the levels of external borrowing at low points, mainly due to the fact that the loans they were receiving had comparatively low interest rates

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    Third World Socialism

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    Third World Socialism Many United States citizens are frightened by the word Socialism. However, the predominant ideology in most Third World countries is socialism. There are many reasons why Third World countries have turned to socialism as their form of government. The main reason the Third World has taken on the concept of socialism is because of the history of feudalism and colonialism that these countries faced for so many years. Socialism was seen as a way to reform the land of many underdeveloped

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    Third World

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    Third World "Most of the world's population resides in - and the overwhelming percentage of that population's growth occurs in the incredible diversity of places we call the Third World." "Third world includes America's south of the United States; the whole of Africa; Asia apart from the Soviet Union, China and Japan; and the Oceanic Islands apart from Australia and New Zealand." Majority of these Third World countries is in complete poverty and due to that these countries face internal

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    Third world was/ is used to describe countries whose government did not take sides in the cold war. It emerged out of anti – colonial nationalism activities and was used to replace the east – west conflict with the north – south conflict. All the countries deemed as third world has had a history of colonial rule, most were exploited through colonialism, imperialism, neo colonialism etc. while the third world countries were annexed and had direct government of a first country through colonialism;

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    Children in the Third World We live in an imperfect world where poverty is a reality. Forty thousand children die per year of starvation. Over 1 billion cities face unemployment and poverty day to day. Three-fourth's of the world's largest poverty population live in the Third World Countries, which includes underdeveloped countries, mainly Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Originally the term "Third World" meant all those not supporting communism and the Western countries. Now, it is a term used

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    Technological Development and the Third World TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE THIRD WORLD I wonder if people in Third World countries know that they are considered the "Third World?" Do they use that term in reference to themselves? Do they have any perception of the comparison, judgment and bias that goes into that statement? I'd like to think that they don't. In the film about the Ladack people that we watched in class, it was mentioned that they didn't have a word for poverty. No such word

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    Child Labor in the Third World The problem of child labor has become an ever-increasing concern among many nations. Many of the worst child labor offenses take place in Third World countries. Throughout these nations, children are being forced to work long hours in terrible conditions for little or no money. To fully understand child labor, one needs to address the reasons for supporting and opposing child labor, its effect on underdeveloped countries’ economies and the child laborers, and what

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    Third World Country

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    A Third World Country is a term used for developing countries, and least developed countries. These countries are economically underdeveloped. Characteristics of a third world country are poverty, agriculture economy, disease, high birth and infant mortality rates, over-population, poor infrastructure, unstable governments, poor health care, environmental problems, non educated people, starvation, and death. Those characteristics are the first thing that comes to someone’s mind about a third world

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    hear the phrase, the Third World, the term actually emerged in the Cold War to represent countries that did not either align with America or with Soviet Union. Third-worldism, which was created by countries in the Third World, “is a political project more than a geographical category”, as we mentioned in class, and the ideology behind it is that the countries are in the third world, which is the new world and united themselves to separate from the first and the second world because of opposition

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    and culture also seems to hinder development in this country. India has thus been labeled a “third world”, but before we go any further let us try and find out what that means. What is a third world country and how does a country like India fit the image? By 1921, about 84 percent of the world had been colonized since the sixteen century with approximately 168 colonies. During past two centuries the world has seen an increasing number of new nations being born due to the process of decolonization

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    (genetically modified) groups such as Greenpeace denounced the unnatural solution and swore that golden rice would never find its way to third world farmers. Twenty eight years and approximately 10,000,000 million deaths later golden rice has still not been able to escape the red tape and fear mongering of the First World. And while golden rice is not a cure all for world hunger,... ... middle of paper ... ...Rice to Combat Malnutrition Disorders of the Poor. Nutrition Reviews. Vol. 51. No. 6. Pp.

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    Canada's Aid to Third World Countries What are some of the major problems faced by "Third World" Countries today? Who should be held responsible for these problems? Why? What has Canada done to help "Third World Countries"? There has always been a dominant country in the world that sets the economic standard throughout powerful countries. Canada has always been a top rated economic country, usually behind the United States and other large Commonwealth countries. Starting back in the early to mid

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    Earth has 3 worlds to equal one. Throughout history, humans have developed societies, states, cities, civilizations etc. However, we are not all equal. In the world, we are divided into two groups of countries; ones that are industrialized, have political and economical stability, and have high levels of human health and those countries that do not. The countries that are not industrialized, and do not have political and economical stability, and have low levels of human health are categorized as

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    Coming from First World Countries Going Towards the Education System in Third World Countries Have you ever witnessed someone just grasp a concept? Did you watch their eyes light up and their smile grow? Don’t you think that everyone deserves this experience? 46% of people are uneducated; the majority of these people live in third world countries. With this, I shall state that there is not enough funding coming from first world countries going towards the education systems in third world countries. Many

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