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The Geography of Language

"Ao longo da história humana, milhares de línguas se desenvolveram a partir do que já foi um número muito menor. Como é que vamos acabar com tanta gente? E como é que vamos manter o controle de todos eles? Alex Gendler explica como idiomas do grupo de linguistas em linguagem famílias, demonstrando como estas árvores linguísticas nos dar informações essenciais para o passado. "


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Geografia Cultural

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La Geografía de la lengua

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Not really primary geography but so interesting!

Woodstock School's curator insight, June 4, 6:05 AM

A good teaching tool for explaining the diversity of languages.

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Linguistic Family Tree

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"Quando os lingüistas falam sobre a relação histórica entre as línguas, eles usam a metáfora da árvore. Uma fonte antiga (por exemplo, indo-europeu) tem vários ramos (por exemplo, Romance, germânico), que se têm filiais (germânico ocidental, norte germânico), que se alimentam em idiomas específicos (sueco, dinamarquês, norueguês). Minna Sundberg, criador do suporte webcomic Still. permanecer em silêncio, uma história ambientada em um mundo pós-apocalíptico Nordic luxuriante imaginava, tem atraído o antídoto para o diagrama de árvore chato linguística. "


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Languages...

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Linda Denty's curator insight, November 9, 7:31 PM

A really wonderful graphic.

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Linguistic Family Tree

Sreya Ayinala's curator insight, December 2, 9:50 PM

Unit 3 Cultural Patterns and Processes (Language)

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Comparing the five major world religions

"It's perfectly human to grapple with questions, like 'Where do we come from?' and 'How do I live a life of meaning?' These existential questions are central to the five major world religions -- and that's not all that connects these faiths. John Bellaimey explains the intertwined histories and cultures of Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam."


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Mary Elizabeth's curator insight, August 31, 4:41 PM

perfect for Culture Unit

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APHG-Unit 3

Lindley Amarantos's curator insight, September 5, 9:13 AM

Great insight into our 5 major world religions.

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The Geography of Language

"Ao longo da história humana, milhares de línguas se desenvolveram a partir do que já foi um número muito menor. Como é que vamos acabar com tanta gente? E como é que vamos manter o controle de todos eles? Alex Gendler explica como idiomas do grupo de linguistas em linguagem famílias, demonstrando como estas árvores linguísticas nos dar informações essenciais para o passado. "


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Geografia Cultural

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Mirta Liliana Filgueira's curator insight, June 1, 1:05 AM

La Geografía de la lengua

Catherine Smyth's curator insight, June 2, 7:45 PM

Not really primary geography but so interesting!

Woodstock School's curator insight, June 4, 6:05 AM

A good teaching tool for explaining the diversity of languages.

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Um amor de desolação e ruínas

Um amor de desolação e ruínas | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
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Das loucuras neo-góticos de aristocratas do século 18 às paisagens urbanas malditas da Detroit contemporânea, ruínas têm obcecado artistas há muito tempo. 

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Which Place Is More Sexist, The Middle East Or Latin America?

Which Place Is More Sexist, The Middle East Or Latin America? | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
Da NPR Lourdes Garcia-Navarro viveu e trabalhou los Ambas como regions e Diz Que HÁ UMA Abundancia de sexismo par ir AO Redor, embora elemento VEM los Diferentes Formas.

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Diversidade cultural! 

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, March 16, 8:31 PM

I'm not trying to impose my view of gender norms, but just want to highlight that the question of what is sexist is itself a cultural construct and varies for place to place. 

Ms. Harrington's curator insight, March 31, 7:32 PM

An interesting question - Cultural norms and sexism

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Can beauty help us to become better people? – John Armstrong – Aeon

Can beauty help us to become better people? – John Armstrong – Aeon | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
A verdadeira beleza agrada aos olhos e à mente - mas pode nos ajudar a se tornarem pessoas melhores?

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Schiller pensa da natureza humana como uma arena na qual duas unidades psicológicas poderosas estão no trabalho. Por um lado, há a unidade de "sentido" que vive no momento e busca a gratificação imediata. Ele anseia por contato e posse. Ele pode ser grosseiro, como quando alguém anseia gole grandes rascunhos de cerveja, mas ele também pode ser elevado. Schiller associado a unidade de sentido com seu amigo de Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, que desejava ver as coisas com seus próprios olhos. Goethe era um observador direto, um empirista singular que se imerso em detalhe prático.

O segundo disco identificado por Schiller foi a unidade 'form': a demanda interna de coerência ao longo do tempo, para a compreensão abstrata e ordem racional. Esta unidade, pensou Schiller, procura deixar para trás as peculiaridades de sua própria experiência e descobrir princípios universais. É no coração da justiça - que não se trata de obter o que deseja para si mesmo - e é animada por princípio. Quando pensamos que uma pessoa tem direito a um julgamento justo, estamos motivados, Schiller diz, por a unidade racional "forma". Somos leais ao abstrato, ideal geral do devido processo legal.

O que ele está chamando a unidade de sentido e da unidade de forma são impulsos poderosos em nós. Mas eles são muitas vezes em conflito. As demandas de curto prazo estão em desacordo com as esperanças dos mais vista. Conforto e facilidade luta contra um senso de dever e responsabilidade. O fascínio de liberdade se choca com o desejo de ser firme e enraizada em compromissos existentes.


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Unidade fazer SENTIDO e da forma ...

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Film de géographe : It was the route 66 (Doc2Geo)

Film de géographe : It was the route 66 (Doc2Geo) | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it

Résumé : De Chicago à la Californie une route longtemps parcourue par les Harley Davidson, les teamsters et les lecteurs de Kerouac. Des mythes et des réalités. Mots clés: route, transports, patrimoine. Auteur : Olivier Archambeau est maître de conférences  en géographie à l'université Paris VIII.


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Olhares...

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Planete Vivante's curator insight, November 7, 2013 5:32 AM

Tout un stock de photos que j'ai prises lorsque j'ai fait la route 66 ! en 1998... elles sont sur papier et je dois les scanner... si des personnes sont intéressées je les tiendrais à disposition sur mon compte Flickr mais pas avant février/Mars 2014 ! 

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Places in their Proper Perspectives

Places in their Proper Perspectives | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it

"A fisherman's cottage is described by real estate agents as a 'property not to be missed' but it is also just yards away from two nuclear power stations."


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Jessica Rieman's curator insight, January 28, 12:24 PM

As a potential buyer the seller wants you to see this image as the advert side but on the other hand the reality is what the owner would be living next to. This gives insight on the perseption of a tradtional "fisherman's cottage" opposed to the reality.

Fern Torres's curator insight, February 3, 4:11 PM

Perception is everything!

Jess Deady's curator insight, April 16, 1:35 PM

This house is 100% misleading. The paper advertised the first picture, which from the looks of it isn't so bad. Then when you get the reverse picture and see the nuclear power plants behind it, its a whole new scene! Whoever is trying to sell this house- good luck to you. Who wants to live next to something that could literally kill god knows what? Not me. 

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Santas Around the World

Santas Around the World | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
This story map was created with the Esri Map Tour application in ArcGIS Online.

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Variações! 

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Vivica Juarez's comment, January 13, 8:10 PM
This was definitely an interesting reading. I believe @Spencer Levesque had a very good point. They all have similar features, but are different in little ways. And who would of thought someone came on New Years too?
Kate Loy's curator insight, January 13, 10:23 PM

I find it very interesting on how other countries precieve Santa Claus. The history on him, what he looks like, how he gets around, and what they call him. Each country perceives him differently, depending on their culture and history. His clothes, age, language, and personality.

Kate Loy's curator insight, January 13, 10:28 PM

I find it very interesting on how other countries perceive Santa Claus. The history on him, what he looks like, how he gets around, and what they call him. Each country precieves him differently, depending on their culture and history. His clothes, age, language, and personality.

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The Symbolic Meaning of Trees

The Symbolic Meaning of Trees | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
The tree has meant many things to many people throughout history, but the theme that runs through them all is humanity’s psycho-spiritual journey from ignorance to consciousness.

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É belo ver as árvores correndo! Abs

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Skip_Conover's curator insight, September 15, 2013 2:12 PM

by Dr. Jean Raffa

Laura Smith's curator insight, September 16, 2013 6:22 PM

Dream: I see an apple tree in a field laden with bright red apples.

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Arte Palestina: Granadas israelenses tornam-se vasos de flor - Frívolo e profundo | Frívolo e profundo

Arte Palestina: Granadas israelenses tornam-se vasos de flor - Frívolo e profundo | Frívolo e profundo | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
Em resposta às represálias israelenses, os habitantes de Bil'in tem plantado flores nas granadas de gás lacrimogênio
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Interesting!


“Não me interessa o decorativo, nem o bonito, nem o doce, nem o delicioso. A arte só serve para alguma coisa se é irreverente, atormentada, cheia de pesadelos e desespero. Só uma arte irritada, indecente, violenta, grosseira, pode nos mostrar a outra face do mundo, a que nunca vemos ou nunca queremos ver, para evitar incômodos a nossa consciência.”
Pedro Juan Gutiérrez

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What Religion Does Your Member Of Congress Identify With?

What Religion Does Your Member Of Congress Identify With? | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
A breakdown of Congress' religious makeup. One nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all.

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Cultural geography! Very intersting!

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, August 22, 2013 3:36 PM

The geography of religion has been a longstanding concern of cultural geographers.  I found a curious political/religious map of the United States (a map that is partially explained by understanding some of the patterns on the map above).  The most typical religious maps show where particular religions are pre-dominant.  This map shows territories marked not by the faith of the residents but by the religion of the local congressmen.  This make me wonder:  Is this map religious or political? Is there valuable information to glean from this maps or is it simply a fun curiosity?  How does the religious geography of the United States impact political geography (or vice versa)?    


Tags: religion, culture, diffusion, mapping, historical, cartography.

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http://mappingmormonism.byu.edu/?page_id=12
Hannah Hitchcock's curator insight, December 13, 2013 2:09 PM

This map adds interesting insight to how Religion might affect Congress. America is a very Christian country, supported by the map. The other non-Christian religions are shown to be condensed in to small or isolated areas. This also supports the stereotypical ideas we have of the regions in America. Baptist for exapmle, is highly popular in the south. This is typically the religion we associate with the south. The Mid-West is an area with a high Mormon population, therefore it makes sense that the representatives fom those states consist of Mormon religious people. 

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Place Names That Became Words

Place Names That Became Words | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
Learn about place names that became words, geological and geographical features, and elements on the periodic table.
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The toponymy is crucial against unnecessary mutilation of changes...

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This Chart Explains Every Culture In The World

This Chart Explains Every Culture In The World | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
As countries become more developed, they travel diagonally to the upper-right.

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MsPerry's curator insight, August 12, 6:49 PM

APHG-U3

David Week's curator insight, August 12, 11:12 PM

This is possibly the worst chart in the world!

(a) you can't cluster cultures like this, you lose what matters: Geertz's thick (vs thin) description;

(b) the idea that Protestant Europe or English Speaking cultures value "self expression" vs "survival values" has never been inside a corporate workspace where many people spend many of their lives, or surveyed the incomes of artists in these countries.


(c) Secularity and rationality are also traditions, going back hundreds or even thousands of years.

(d) The idea that as cultures develop, the move towards Protestant Europe is the silliest, most blatantly ethnocentric statement I've seen in a long time.

Let's hope that people are not being trained using this BS.  

Jane Haggis's curator insight, August 18, 2:43 AM

silly

 

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What Does Earth Look Like?


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Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, August 27, 12:37 PM

Unit 1

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APHG-Unit 1

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Mapping and Satellite Imagery

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China on course to become 'world's most Christian nation' within 15 years

China on course to become 'world's most Christian nation' within 15 years | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
O número de cristãos na China comunista está crescendo tão firmemente que em 2030 poderia ter mais fiéis do que a América

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Religion...

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Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, April 22, 4:49 PM

unit 3

Albert Jordan's curator insight, April 29, 2:27 PM

Another example of how one thing can begin in one region, go to another, then another, and then find a new identity as its previous one fades away. As part of what can be said to be a "devlopment" cycle, as a nation goes past manufacturing and into the services sector as well as its populace becoming more secular, the leaders of the church still need to bring in wealth for their coffers. What the missionarys started under colonialism is perhaps starting to pay off. Culture travels just as traded commodities does, by having peoples from different places inter-mingle and the largest motivator of that is global trade bringing people that ordinarily would not have met, together. Or in some cases, bible toting missionaries attempting to "civilize" a "primitive" people. If Jesus doesnt work, there is always opium.. again.

Linda Rutledge Hudson's curator insight, May 13, 4:07 PM

It's interesting to think there are those who believe crime will diminish because there are more Christians.  I guess that's an infusion of Confucian morality and hope into their Christian ideals.  I hope that this will pave a way for the growth of human rights and more political freedom for China.

 

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Gastrodiplomacy: Cooking Up A Tasty Lesson On War And Peace

Gastrodiplomacy: Cooking Up A Tasty Lesson On War And Peace | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
Um estudioso das relações internacionais está usando o amor de alimentos de seus alunos para ensiná-los sobre os conflitos globais. É uma forma de ganhar corações e mentes que está ganhando força entre os governos do mundo.

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Vínculos Poderosos! Pilares da Geografia Vivida.

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Theophilus's curator insight, March 25, 5:01 AM

A super great ideas (almost said "supper") that can spill over to other categories such as leisure, values, family, sport, artistry and more.

Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, March 25, 3:37 PM

The way to world peace may be through our stomachs. Great idea!

Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, March 25, 3:38 PM

The way to world peace may be through our hearts and stomachs. Great idea!

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The Intersection of Neuroscience and Philosophy (Video)

Existe uma ciência da alma? Será que a forma como pensamos sobre o cérebro definir o modo como pensamos sobre nós mesmos?

 

Patricia Churchland, B. Phil., LLD (HON), Professor Emérito do Departamento de Filosofia da Universidade da Califórnia San Diego, se junta a William Mobley, MD, PhD para um olhar mais profundo as conexões entre neurociência e filosofia.

 

Fonte: uctv.tv


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Há muitas interseções!

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L’espace d’habitation comme miroir identitaire. Le cas des migrants de Patamban (Michoacán, Mexique) aux États-Unis (Cahiers des Amériques latines)

L’espace d’habitation comme miroir identitaire. Le cas des migrants de Patamban (Michoacán, Mexique) aux États-Unis (Cahiers des Amériques latines) | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
Le propos de cet article est de réfléchir à la relation que les migrants entretiennent avec leurs espaces d’habitation. Nous partons de l’hypothèse qu’il y a un rapport entre le sujet et son habitat qui se fonde précisément sur son expérience de mobilité migratoire et à partir du cas des migrants de Patamban (Michoacán, Mexique) nous nous intéressons aux pratiques d’habitation pour proposer une interprétation de la forme de ce rapport. Notre analyse donne place à un processus de définition identitaire de la part du migrant à partir de ses maisons (l’une dans le pays d’origine, l’autre dans le pays de destination) dans lequel l’habitat fonctionne comme ressource spatiale au profit de la définition du sujet. À partir de la notion de « dédoublement spatial » nous montrons que l’habitat fonctionne à la fois comme expression de soi et comme territoire de réaffirmation identitaire pour le sujet mobile.

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Important! 

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Sobre la reducción fenomenológica. Sesión con Javier San Martín Sala

Sobre la reducción fenomenológica. Sesión con Javier San Martín Sala | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it

 Síntesis  de la sesión extraordinaria: Sobre la reducción fenomenológica a cargo de Javier San Martín Sala  por Marcela Venebra 14 de diciembre de 2012.

 

Una de las vetas medulares de las Ideas I (texto de trabajo del cuarto periodo del SEBFT) es la correspondiente al método fenomenológico o la puesta en marcha de la epojé en tanto primera apertura de la trascendentalidad como campo de análisis de la fenomenología: la conciencia pura con sus correlatos puros. Es así que esta sesión extraordinaria, dirigida por el doctor Javier San Martín, se desarrolló en torno a la comprensión de la epojé fenomenológica y la reducción trascendental, a través de los manuscritos de los años veinte y algunos de los años treinta, contrastados con la presentación del método en las Ideas que, a la luz de estos texto cobra un nuevo relieve en la arquitectónica de la fenomenología.[...]


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A consciência pura... O brilhante E. Husserl!

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The Tragedy of Common-Sense Morality: Our Intuition Is Not Good.

The Tragedy of Common-Sense Morality: Our Intuition Is Not Good. | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
Our instincts don't always serve us well. Moral psychologist Joshua Greene explains why, in the modern world, we need to figure out when to put our sense of right and wrong in manual mode.

 

Tiffany O’Callaghan: You say morality is more than it evolved to be. What do you mean?
Joshua Greene: Morality is essentially a suite of psychological mechanisms that enable us to cooperate. But, biologically at least, we only evolved to cooperate in a tribal way. Individuals who were more moral—more cooperative with those around them—could outcompete others who were not. However, we have the capacity to take a step back from this and ask what a more global morality would look like. Why are the lives of people on the other side of the world worth any less than those in my immediate community? Going through that reasoning process can allow our moral thinking to do something it never evolved to.


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Philosophia.com.ar - ¿Qué es lo contemporáneo? Por: Giorgio Agamben

Philosophia.com.ar - ¿Qué es lo contemporáneo? Por: Giorgio Agamben | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
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Learning to learn: losing yourself in passion

Learning to learn: losing yourself in passion | phenomenological and humanist geography | Scoop.it
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"Allow your brain to follow its own course". Liked!

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Germany Fights Population Drop

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As German towns work to hide the emptiness, demographers say a similar fate awaits other European countries, with frightening implications for the economy.

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Yes, identity!

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John Burik's comment, August 16, 2013 8:33 AM
Guess Tea Party will have to adjust!
Holly Hough's curator insight, December 8, 2013 3:35 PM

Germany is undergoing a population crisis. The population is plunging due to a high number of elderly people (the dependency ratio is 1:4) and the desire of women to be in the workforce. As a result, the women are not having children. There is a large number of young people who have obtained educations, but are unable to find work, which makes them less likely to want to have kids and start a family. This is a push factor for them to immigrate to another country where they can find work. This leaves Germany with higher dependency ratios and pushes them further towards economic crisis. Germany and many other European countries are offering incentives to women to have children, such as 24 hour child care, tax breaks, and money for married couples. Some fear fertility rates have fallen below replacement level. Just what will Germany do, “part of the solution lies in remaking values, customs and attitudes in a country that has a troubled history with accepting immigrants.” Germany will have to work to pull immigrants to their country to regenerate their population. Who knows where Germany will be 50 years from now?

Sarah Ziolkowski's curator insight, December 31, 2013 11:05 AM

This article applies to how values and preferences impacts an area. For Germany, their low birth rates are being caused by highly valuing  single mothers and discouraging immigrants to stay in their country.  These  unfavorable birth rates may be a future for many other highly developed countries, or already are a part of many countries. This could happen to your home, so your values or preferences may be come a problem to the economy. Low birth rates and unwelcomed immigration are causing decreased work force and increased demand in Germany, that they can't fulfill. It also causes an uneven population between the young and old population.