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    The Ebola Virus

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    Economic, cultural and lifestyle differences serve as determinants of these contrasting perceptions of Ebola between 1st and 3rd world countries. The ‘perception–behavior link’ described by T.Chartrand and J Bargh (the Chameleon effect 1990 ) explains how societies adopt common perceptions which in turn shapes their behaviour. The large scale social perceptions can therefore shape the behaviour of societies in response to the Ebola…

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    consisted of European countries going to countries within the Eastern World and imperializing many countries within Africa and Asia. These European countries imperialized those countries to compete with fellow European countries, gain raw materials from the Eastern countries, and have access to a larger market. The legacies that the imperial world left was destruction of the culture of African and Asian countries, a rapid growth for the countries of the colonizers and weakened political, and…

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    Third World Countries Need Our Help Imagine our country is in great devastation, and there is barely any water for the majority of us due to the current global warming crisis. Our country is undeveloped and not a single person watching chooses to take concern over our dying nation. How would we feel? We would be scared and anxious about the near future. Unfortunately, this is how many third world countries feel today. Currently, they may not be at their highest points of development, but they…

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    a vast workforce and good growth prospects gradually tend to attract larger amounts of foreign direct investment than closed, highly regulated economies. The third world countries are considered the best places for the investors for foreign direct investment. Foreign direct investment has become a popular as well as controversial issue in international economy. FDI generates economic benefits to the recipient countries through positive impacts on its economy resulting from physical capital…

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    People use this term often when describing countries that are without wealth, that is most likely the reason the were non-allegiant to either side because they did not have a any sort of wealth to have a strong government that could be involved in a government war. These countries are so poor they cannot even get involved in world issues, they are struggling just to feed…

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    this paper, I will show the disastrous impacts of globalization and its effects on immigration and migration in first and third world countries. This correlation is thoroughly researched and accepted among economists, sociologists, and the like. This paper is broken down into four sections in order to allow the reader to better understand the correlation between globalization and immigration. In Section I, I will discuss globalization; namely, I will analyze the globalization project, the goals…

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    case I may pull out food. Certain countries may sometimes help their allies get back on their feet. Poorer countries will always beg and rely on the rich countries just because they helped them once. Richer countries don’t have to support poorer countries because they are having wars of there on. The poorest countries will always rely on the rich countries and usually the poorer countries are poor for a reason. Russian Federation stretches across two continents, Europe and Asia. It is the…

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    biggest issues the world encounter now days. Some countries are getting richer at the profit of other countries and some other countries are getting poorer due to the extreme exploitation of other countries. Andersen describes in his book on chapter nine “Global Stratification,” how many countries are getting extremely powerful due to the exploitation of resources from others countries. Just Like social classes, there are also upper class countries, middle class countries, and lower class…

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    North South Divide

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    The divide between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres has developed into a problem where the Southern Hemisphere is becoming further behind on the economic and social scale because they are less developed. As the Northern Hemisphere exploits and profits off the raw goods that the South produces. This creates a gap where they North is always expanding its economy and the Southern Hemisphere is currently staying in the same place. This system favors the countries that have the ability to…

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    Third World Countries

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    Citizen of a Third World Country In the world today, people living in developed countries will see commercials or hear ads about people in third world countries living in poverty. They begin to think about how sad it is, then within the next ten minutes they forget all about it. People only know a small portion of what it is like to live in a third world country. Unless one has traveled abroad, they do not know about any other way of living other than their daily routines. Those in third world…

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