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    Social Networking in Third World Countries Many people assume that third world countries have little, if any, modern technology. It is thought that developing countries like these are more like Cuba, stuck in a past decade or era. These thoughts are caused by the great increase in extreme poverty commercials and documentaries depicting people with no technological advancements or seem incapable of using these advancements if available. Scores of people are shocked that Arabians, Africans, rural Asians, Mexicans, Central and South Americans actually have social network accounts. Social networking in third world countries is more of a tool than a pastime. To start, citizens of third-world countries have less access to the Internet than those…

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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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    Millions of people from the third world countries are moving around the world to seek job opportunities in order to survive or to take care their families. Globalization has radically make changes to the scale of migration, people are now more aware of opportunities elsewhere and it has become easier for them to travel. Mostly migrations happening from the third world countries, since the economy is not good enough to survive. More than 80 percent of the world’s population lives in the…

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    First world countries are countries that are more industrialized and developed, these are also the countries that sided with the United States after World War II. However third world countries are countries that aren 't yet developed and are very poor. In my essay I will be comparing two countries, one will be a first country and the other a third world country. Japan, a first world country, is actually an island country with the size of 145,936 square miles that is located in East Asia. The…

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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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    the successes of development in Third World countries, subjectivity plays a key role in its determination . What a person in a First World country considers development and that of a person who lives in a Third World country will vary greatly due to their individual ideas of what constitutes development. In its planning, “poverty,” “education,” “[gender] equality,” “environmental sustainability,” among others, are listed as goals to be met (United Nations MDG Report 2014). These are called…

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    According to FAO, poverty and overpopulation are believed to be the main indirect causes of forest loss. As population grows the demand for food also increases. With growth in population, more people means more food and space requirement whereby more land for agriculture and habitation are required resulting in more clearing of forests. However, overpopulation is not a problem exclusive to Third World countries. Any individual in an industrialized country is more likely to consume in the order…

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    Poverty is one of the major issues that the world is facing, especially for 3rd world countries. It is stated in the article “Poverty” from the website Wikipedia that it is the inability to satisfy one’s basic needs and wants due to the lack of income to buy services or the lack of ability to access services. This would not be such an issue if the people do not let its causes to bring out the possibilities its causes has. These causes in the first place are just basic problems. Like, there are…

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    Third World Women

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    Women of Middle Eastern background, especially Algerian, have been classified “less-than-neutral labels of ‘Muslim women,’ ‘Arab women,’ […] giving them an identity that may not be theirs” (Lazreg 2005, 68). The label “Third World Women” defines a woman based on her religion and ethnicity. According to Lazreg, “the language of race belongs to the history of social segregation. To argue that minority and third World women have adopted the term “women of color” as a liberating means to assert…

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    Women In The Third World

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    International Perspectives of Women Midterm Young women in the Third World face a variety of challenges and difficulties. Their lives are altered, shaped, and formed through major factors. These major factors a social/psychological/physical, political, and economic. The social/psychological/physical factors are early and young marriages, often abusive and nonconsensual, early childhood labor, such as the young girl in “Girls Rising” who was serving men at the age of three, and a lack of…

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