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    The advertisement that I selected is a very fresh ad that just came out after the Olympic games. It opens with a girl in her youthful years holding a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge singing the anthem of another country while gazing out into the vast open sea. She commences singing an anthem, soon afterward, the scene shifts and jumps over into another country with another person singing a different anthem. Each anthem comes with a new location which is different from the home of the anthem. At the…

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    The purpose of this research is to figure out if indeed globalization is making any impact on the developing countries. In recent times, there has been much talk about globalization as to whether it is having any direct ramification on the livelihood of people in the developing world. There have been varied views on globalization. This research is to explore if developing countries are benefiting from the labor market as the result of globalization. To better help we understand what…

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    Research Analysis Both developed and developing nations around the world have experienced some degree of unfortunate fetal and early childhood development based upon the food and agriculture associated in that nation. The food, agriculture, and soil in developed and developing countries can cause damaging birth defects upon pregnant women and the physical development of early childhood. This topic can of great conflict, for the keen natural resources needed for the survival of both the mother…

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    I have been learning about the effects that humans have on the environment since elementary school. We were taught "reduce, reuse, recycle", and to turn off the sink while brushing our teeth. It has never occurred to me until reading these past week 's readings that humans were having such an effect on the earth that it warranted a whole new era: the Anthropocene. John McNeil was an author in both of this week 's readings, and I felt his style to be an practical one when communicating with his…

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    Source 1 is a statement created by Christian Lous Lange and it speaks strongly on the ideological perspective of internationalism. The source is opposing another form of nationalism since it starts off by comparing internationalism with another term by stating “on the contrary”, and this implies that the author is against nationalism because he is not in favour of its “one- sided” (ness) and how it is controlled by showing only one opinion or point of view without the consideration of…

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    To understand how poverty came about in today’s reality, we are required to look back, at least five hundred years ago, when the Europeans adventures themselves, sailing around the globe. They hoped to find places, colonies, that they could use as means to sustain themselves, whether by exchanging goods, like they did with India, or by carelessly exploring the resources, like they did to Brazil. The creation of colonies led European nations to accumulate wealth on the expenses of the countries…

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    Within about half a century, the economic development of various major regions on this planet have seen tumultuous change not yet seen in the past millenniums, with overall positive result. This of course came from policies after the second World War which include reduction of global trade restrictions, more open international diplomacy, and increased telecommunications; which can be summed up as a process called globalization. By these means, here has also come several externalities which were…

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    Introduction When Dr. Gerald Lauria walked into a town hospital in Congo in 2005, he was stunned. Coming from working in a large hospital in the United States consisting of many doctors per specialty, he was shocked to find this hospital run by just one physician. Dr. Lauria described the hospital as “sparse” and “primitive”, ridden with x-ray machines outdated by at least twenty years and empty medicine cabinets. Dr. Lauria’s experience is not an outlier. The dysfunctional and unsophisticated…

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    My take on the differences that exist between developed and developing nations fundamentally remains the same as it had before the viewing of this series. Ultimately, these beliefs remain consistent and this series delivers a perspective that, though new to me, still serves to reinforce my basic take on this. That is, that disparities in development and stability of nations, is not contingent on any differences in intelligence among the respective populace of nations, but rather it came down to…

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    To achieve political stability, the government would have to focus on fiscal responsibility, enhancing credibility, and long-term investment decisions such as infrastructure. According to the International Fiscal Affairs Department, “Research indicates that a sound fiscal position is key to achieving macroeconomic stability, which is increasingly recognized as a critical ingredient for sustained growth and poverty reduction.” Fiscal responsibility can also mobilize domestic savings, increase the…

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