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How ethnic conflict could dominate this century – Telegraph Blogs

How ethnic conflict could dominate this century – Telegraph Blogs | human geography | Scoop.it

Here is a vision of the future. The 21st century will witness “the withering away of central governments, the rise of tribal and regional domains, the unchecked spread of disease, and the growing pervasiveness of war”

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Ethnic conflicts have been tearing countries apart and organizing new ones for centuries, but could this century be the worst one we've seen yet? With the internet to speed up rapid communication and advanced technology to make better weapons, it's possible. The scene from Mad Max in the picture above would be pushing it, but in the fourteen years this century has witnessed so far, we have seen the start and conclusion of at least two civil wars over ethnic disputes, and many major acts of terrorism. That's in just fourteen out of one-hundred. What lies in the future may not be bright if we can't find a way to dissolve these cultural conflicts. ~Justin Smith

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Portraits of Reconciliation

Portraits of Reconciliation | human geography | Scoop.it
20 years after the genocide in Rwanda, these perpetrators and survivors are standing for forgiveness.

Via The Kingdom Keepers
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 I think it is a good idea to try to smooth out the diversity that the genocide has caused. This is a process that will take time but will be well worth its efforts. There are still many people who hold grudges and carry blame. But eventually we can get over the past and move on to live in a peaceful environment. ~Rayann

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The Kingdom Keepers's curator insight, April 8, 2014 9:30 AM

It is a great idea to inform these people of peace and getting along, and even better that these people who participated in the genocide in Rwanda are apologizing for their crimes against these families. It is best for these two groups of people to get along to help prevent further threats of genocide between Hutus and Tutsis and many other people. If other countries can see these groups of people, who once hated each other, getting along it may help prevent genocide in many other countries.
~Deanna 

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Difference Between Race and Ethnicity

Difference Between Race and Ethnicity | human geography | Scoop.it

When we differentiate people on the basis of their skin color, have your ever thought if there are any other defining characteristics for humans or is it solely a matter of skin color? May be there are other factors that are important or may be even more important, which do play a vital role?... http://theturbulencetraining.com/difference-between-race-and-ethnicity.html


Via callousseo3
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The difference between race and ethnicity should be well understand. I think using nature and nurture to compare  the two is a good way to explain it where race is nature and ethnicity is nurture. Also it is important to understand that race is primarily unitary but that you can have multiple  ethnic affiliations. Race and ethnicity are similar but are not the same thing. ~Rayann

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The Crew's curator insight, April 8, 2014 9:35 AM

This article is about how close race and ethnicity are but how mixed up they get. People often interchange the two for what they mean. It goes to show what race is and what ethnicity is. Then it shows the difference between the two. Race and ethnicity are not the same thing. -Landon:) 

Valorie Morgan's curator insight, April 8, 2014 9:48 AM

"Birth characteristics as opposed to cultural heritage" Is a better understanding of the differences between race and ethnicity, least for me. The article made a good point about how someone can be a certain race but possess his or her own ethnicity. Race depends on skin color and what your born with so you cannot change it, while ethnicity depends on a lot of things like "nationality, tribe, religion, faith, language, culture and traditions" so people have more of a choice when it comes to ethnicity.

ethanrobert's curator insight, April 8, 2014 10:03 AM

The differences between race and ethnicity are sometimes used incorrectly or misunderstood. Ethnicity is based more on your cultural background while race related to things like your skin color. - Robert

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Emotions in More than One Language

Emotions in More than One Language | human geography | Scoop.it

When bilinguals' childhood lacks of affection, they may prefer to express emotion in their second language.


Via Stacy Drinkwine Hauser, Aimee Knight
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I have met people that aren't from America that speak Spanish, and when they get mad or excited then they speak in their native language. I didn't know that some people didn't do that. It's weird that some people switch languages while they are mad or excited. My mind doesn't even work that fast on my first language. It's amazing how the human mind works.

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ethanrobert's curator insight, March 21, 2014 10:15 AM

In most cases this is true because more than likely when someone that is bilingual and becomes angry will use their first language to express themselves. It only makes since that they would use their first language when they have a mixture of emotions because it would be easier for them to express what they are trying to say in that moment. There's no doubt that this is true. - Robert

WalkerKyleForrest's curator insight, March 21, 2014 10:22 AM

Many children are forced to learn a different language from what they grew up with. With this setback, many of their feeling cannot be seen, in a negative way. But as  they accomadate to their languages, they can begin to comprimise and solve problems, live happily ever after.

shamlabeth's curator insight, April 14, 2014 11:35 AM

In some cases when people are able to speak more than one language and they are in pain, in trouble, are sad, or are angry they some times use other languages then the one they grew up learning. Sometimes it is easier expressing yourself using a foreign language. Using a foreign language sometimes  helps expressing yourself easier .~Amanda

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NATO Calls Russia to Withdraw Army from Ukraine Immediately

NATO Calls Russia to Withdraw Army from Ukraine Immediately | human geography | Scoop.it

(FINNBAY) – Brussels, 3 March 2014. The North Atlantic Council (NATO) condemned the Russian government’s military intervention in Ukraine’s Crimea and asked Russia to pull the armed forces from Ukraine to comply with international law. NATO meeting at Ukraine’s request. ... http://www.finnbay.com/nato-calls-russia-to-withdraw-army-from-ukraine-immediately/


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I think that a peaceful solution should be sought after. Although we must all face conflict, our goal should be to try to work through it. so therefore NATO has the right idea by trying to get to a peaceful solution. A peaceful resolution is most definitely something we should be working towards.~Rayann S.

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Language Learning Benefits Infographic

Language Learning Benefits Infographic | human geography | Scoop.it

A great number of scientific studies have proven that speaking more than one language makes the human brain more flexible and enables faster information processing. Scientific studies have also proven that speaking more than one language has many benefits in terms of travel, love, intelligence... http://elearninginfographics.com/language-learning-benefits-infographic/


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Knowing different languages can help you in various different ways. It may help you in careers, traveling, relationships, and brain flexibility. It is said that if you know one or more languages than you will have a better memory and learning abilities. When traveling knowing the language of your destination might helpful as well. -Makayla Cauley

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The Crew's curator insight, March 19, 2014 9:56 AM

I think that every citizen should learn more than one language to be able to contribute an intellectual edge to society. By people speaking more than one language, we would be able to communicate better with peers. European countries require their youth to learn different languages. Despite English dominating, our education system should offer language courses to be globally infused. -Scout

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Why It's Time To Learn Another Language

Why It's Time To Learn Another Language | human geography | Scoop.it
I often hear language learning is much easier when you are younger, and that we must teach our young students another language when they are young so that they can be ‘more competitive’ in an increasingly globalized, connected world.

Via Rafael Scapin, Ph.D.
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This shows that not only is leaning a language useful in communication, but can also improve the mind. By learning a second language, you have a better memory and a longer attention span. Bilingual individuals show symptoms of Alzheimer's and memory loss later than monolingual individuals. So learning a new language is very beneficial in many aspects and highly recommended to learn.~Rayann

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Understanding Road Usage Patterns in Urban Areas : Scientific Reports : Nature Publishing Group

Understanding Road Usage Patterns in Urban Areas : Scientific Reports : Nature Publishing Group | human geography | Scoop.it

In this paper, we combine the most complete record of daily mobility, based on large-scale mobile phone data, with detailed Geographic Information System (GIS) data, uncovering previously hidden patterns in urban road usage.


Via M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
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This is an interesting way of tracking how often people spend on the road. It must be time consuming planning different strategies and calculations to figure how much time one spends on the road. A neat way if discovering the hidden patterns in urban road usage is collecting data from peoples cell phone. This is just one way you can track urban road usage.~Makayla Cauley

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Urban Lab Global Cities

Urban Lab Global Cities | human geography | Scoop.it
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Urban patterns today and in the past control what we do in the future and how we develop our cities. If we made mistakes in some cities in the past, or just the opposite made impressive forgotten cities, we need to know so that the urban development of future cities far surpasses that of it's predecessors.~Justin :D

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Sexual and Human Trafficking in the Boston Area and Beyond

 Human Trafficking in the Boston Area and Beyond: Nail Salons

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This is a scary article. It faces you with the possibility that the place that you are getting pampered, a regular rest and relaxation center, could be a labor camp for the person on the other side of the nail desk. It's sad that service in this country has come to such a high demand that these measures have been taken. So the next time you go to a nail salon, realize that those vietamese slurs you can't understand may be a cry for help. ~Justin

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Cleaning Services Leads | Janitorial Leads | www.leadsjanitorial.com

Cleaning Services Leads | Janitorial Leads | www.leadsjanitorial.com | human geography | Scoop.it
Commercial cleaning services is an industry that's all about making connections and both ways is exactly how those connections should go.

Via Pamela Delaney, WalkerKyleForrest
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It is great that the cleaning service (at least some) care about your needs and what you want. You want a cleaning service you can count on and trust to clean your buisness or home. I'm glad there are dependable reasources that you can find notable cleaning services.

~Jessica

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WalkerKyleForrest's curator insight, February 4, 2014 9:08 AM

Janitorial services are greater than many think. Without these cleaning services, many functions cannot be carried out within a school, business, or anyother public area. If a business does not have the financial ability to create there own janitorial service than they pay a janitorial based business to make more for them. There isnt a well known campus or workplace that does not have a janitorial service within it. WALKERR

Aimee Knight's curator insight, February 4, 2014 9:28 AM

When we think of the "important" services in our society, cleaning and janitorial services does not noramlly some to mind. While they seem to be insignificant and really do not matter, they are bigger than they seem. In our ever-expanding world, even the smallest of servicecs provides a network of jobs that are necessary to cater to the needs of citizens. Sometimes, the underdog can make the biggest difference. 

Hafiz Tayub Shaheen's curator insight, May 10, 2014 12:52 PM

LMF Free Classified  is an online Pakistan Free Classified website.You can post free classified ad with out registration on LMF and buy and sale everything through LMF. LMF provides online classified jobs , as well as newspaper Jobs.
http://www.lmf.com.pk/

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China vows to support development of other developing countries - Global Times

China vows to support development of other developing countries - Global Times | human geography | Scoop.it

10 November 2013 | China vows to support development of other developing countries Global Times Xi said China always supports international development, and is willing to work with the UNIDO, within the framework of south-south cooperation and in the win-win...


Via Jane Coffin
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It is a great idea for more developed countries to help less developed coutnries in their deveoping process. A lot of coutries are developing less than most and they need help to catch up with the world. The whole world is developing very quickly and there are some countries that are being left behind. It is  a great move in Chinas part to help other countries.

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The Kingdom Keepers's curator insight, February 4, 2014 9:13 AM

Less developed countries will not develop at the rate they are going, so it is nice to see more developed countries stepping in to give these less fortunate countries a boost. They can most certainly be a model of industrialization for these countries to mimic, and will hopefully follow in their steps for a successful development. -Brooke 

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Project Management Services

Project Management Services | human geography | Scoop.it
Promatics have specialized, dedicated and result-driven team of core IT professionals for each project to ensure your success.

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This service is very unique to me. It helps you grasp ideas of project management and over come barriers that you may have in project management. Promatics , who helps you in project management, is flexible in approach, ahead in reach, and affordable in manner. This would be a very useful service to help manage your project.~Makayla Cauley
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20 years on, Rwanda exhausts its 'genocide credit' with donors

20 years on, Rwanda exhausts its 'genocide credit' with donors | human geography | Scoop.it

 

On 7 April 2014, Rwanda commemorates the 20th anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi. The events of 1994 continue to cast a long shadow over both Rwanda and the international community .As the world remembers along with Rwanda, it is important to reflect not only on the lessons and legacies of the genocide itself, but also the role of Western donors in supporting Rwanda’s transition to a peaceful and more prosperous future.


Via ESRC, Aimee Knight
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The genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda 20 years ago was just terrible. Many innocent people died just because of their ethnicity. The US should have intervened and helped the Tutsis, but they did not. The US just sat back and as if nothing was happening. We should no longer sit back and watch, we should take action to help prevent genocide. ~Makayla Cauley

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WalkerKyleForrest's curator insight, April 8, 2014 9:35 AM

I believe that it is great that they continue to commemorate the  horrible events that people had to undergo it is a constant reminder that will hopefully prevent future genocides from happening that would lead to the death of many. KYLE CASWELL

Aimee Knight's curator insight, April 8, 2014 10:22 AM

What happened in Rwanda 20 years ago is horrifying, but what is even more so is the lack of help provided by the rest of the world. We all turned our backs on Rwanda and sacrificed them in order to give us peace and justify our actions or, more correctly, lack thereof. As we look back to those terrible events of the past, we must also remember our shortcomings, what we could have done and how we can work to prevent this in the future. 

Matthew Richmond's curator insight, November 4, 2015 7:53 PM

I wrote a paper on this country for a course I had at RIC. Rwanda, 20 years removed from genocide, is actually doing better that I expected. They have a national day of remembrance for the victims, which I thought was great. Better to acknowledge those atrocities to ensure that they never happen again, than pretend they never happened. As of 2014, 54% of the Parliament was comprised of women, who are doing a terrific job of trying to "fix" the country. This article focuses on the aide they received following the genocide.

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Guatemala genocide trial begins

Guatemala genocide trial begins | human geography | Scoop.it
Guatemalan ex-military leader Efrain Rios Montt goes on trial for genocide, over the killing of more than 1,700 indigenous Mayans in the 1980s.

Via Chris Goldsmith
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Reading this article made me think why would you want to kill so many people over ethnicity. They are not pests, they are individual persons who are happy to be who they are. When you come in and start a genocide it ruins everything. I hope Gen Rios Montt gets a hard enough penalty that it makes him realize what he has done.~Makayla Cauley

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WalkerKyleForrest's curator insight, April 8, 2014 9:40 AM

It baffles me that some one in such power at the head of state would be in a position that he might have or haven't been a criminal committed to killing a mass number of innocent people how do people that think like that even end up in that high of position . KYLE CASWELL

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Darfur Genocide | World Without Genocide

Darfur Genocide | World Without Genocide | human geography | Scoop.it

Armed Janjaweed soldiers in Sudan advancing on the Darfur

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It's crazy how these genocides can go on in African countries even today, and because they're not close to home, nobody knows about it in the superpowers. We need an awareness system or something that monitors hate groups and we need to step in when the massacres begin, before it's too late. ~Justin

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Exit polls show Crimea votes for secession

Exit polls show Crimea votes for secession | human geography | Scoop.it
Russian media says exit polls show 93 percent of voters elected to join Russia, in a move the West deems illegal.

Via Seth Dixon, Rebecca Cofield, Aimee Knight
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Russia is just a big bully. If Crimea joins Russia will Russia want to take over other places in the Ukraine? Will they have enough power then? Why do they even want Crimea? How will they benefit if Crimea goes over to Russian power? Will the Ukraine allow Crimea to ever join Russia?

~Jessica 

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Stephen Zimmett's curator insight, March 16, 2014 8:16 PM

Well what does this mean.

Ukraine crisis: U.S. rejects "bogus" secession vote in Crimea, citing Russian meddling

 

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Seth Dixon's insight:
The vote wasn't a surprise, but it now means there are more questions than answers about the political future of Crimea, both regionally and internationally. Also is interest is how this impacts Turkey, which feels kinship with the Crimean Tatar population. Historically they've been Black Sea rivals and Turkey was a key NATO ally during the Cold War. However since the fall of the the Soviet Union they've improved diplomatic relations and Turkey is reluctant to damage relations with Russia. We all know by now that the majority of Crimean residents speak Russian as their native language, but what's the linguistic geography of Crimea look like at a at a different scale?

Aimee Knight's curator insight, March 19, 2014 9:52 AM

While everybody argues over whether or not the referendum complies with international laws and peace treaties, we have to ask, is it right? Does one country have the right to take control of another? We teach our children not to bully one another, and then Russia goes and bullies the people of Crimea into agreeing to secede. What are we teaching people? What messages are we sending to young people by saying that this is okay?  We are spreading the word that it is okay to threaten others into cooperation. If we allow for acts such as this to go unpunished, how can we guarantee that something much worse will not be in our foreseeable future? 

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G8 Suspends Russia Over Crimea Annexation

G8 Suspends Russia Over Crimea Annexation | human geography | Scoop.it

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, the President of Russia (2014). © FINNBAY-ANSA (FINNBAY-ANSA) – Rome, 19 March 2014. The G8 has suspended Russia from the club of the world’s most developed economies after President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday he was moving forward to annex Crimea, ... http://www.finnbay.com/g8-suspends-russia-crimea-annexation/


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President Putin ordered his military  to Crimea as a pre cautionary measure to support Russians living in Crimea. Following this move President Putin suggested Crimeans join Russia and separate from Ukraine. On Sunday March 16,2014 , Crimean citizens , ( mostly Russian descendants) voted to join Russia. This move will weaken the Ukraines economy and give Radical Nationalists(rebels) an opportunity to take control over Ukraine.- Makayla Cauley

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The Crew's curator insight, March 19, 2014 10:20 AM

The G8 suspending Russia could be a positive because Russia needs to realize that they are in no way good shape. Their government has to pay the state bonds and it is at an all time near high. Not to mention foreign capital reserves for Russia are at a multi-year low. Once Russia wakes up and realizes the situation they are in the better off they will be. -Gavin

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The 10 most important languages to learn

The 10 most important languages to learn | human geography | Scoop.it
Over the next two decades the United Kingdom will need to be more proficient in languages like Arabic and Mandarin or risk its competitiveness in the global economy.
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This survey shows that over the next two decades, Spanish will be the most important language to learn, second to Arabic. This may be due to the increased immigration of immigrants from Mexico to the U.S. As for Arabic, there has been huge movements from India to the U.K. in the past, might as well learn their language. However what does not make sense is that German has the place of fifth, when in fact it has the largest buisness relations to Great Britain, second to the U.S.

~~Justin~~

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Explainer: What's Going On in Crimea? | Acton PowerBlog

Explainer: What's Going On in Crimea? | Acton PowerBlog | human geography | Scoop.it
Note: This is an update and addition to two previous posts, “Explainer: What’s Going on in Ukraine?” and “What Just Happened with Russia and Ukraine?.” So what just happened in Crimea? On Sunday, Crimeans voted overwhelmingly to break with Ukraine and join Russia. Today Russian...
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Russia has gone into Ukraine and bullied Crimea into voting to join russia, using the presence of troops. Even though Crimea is an "autonomous state" , meaning that it has freedom from Ukraine's authority, they still should have let the people of Ukraine have a decision. Instead, they have "reunited" with a country that they haven't associated with since the dispersion of the U.S.S.R. ~~Justin~~

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Urban Patterns | Olmsted’s Riverside Suburb in Chicago

Urban Patterns | Olmsted’s Riverside Suburb in Chicago | human geography | Scoop.it
Urban Patterns | Olmsted's Riverside Suburb in Chicago | The Outlaw Urbanist

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I think its amazing that we can build houses this fast and in this close of a space. But, there are too many people in a small amount of space. It is amazing that you can live in such a small region that you can walk a few minutes to give something to your friend.

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ethanrobert's curator insight, February 10, 2014 10:03 AM

This is a magnificent foundation that is enforcing common sense into suburbs today. Suburbs are supposed to be for the higher/middle class, and are supposed to be expensively and well designed. The suburbs of the world today are becoming more like the inner-city and a country as a whole must be against the proliferation of cheap/badly designed suburbs in order to keep the land that has saved peoples sanity since the beginning of civilization.~Ethan.

shamlabeth's curator insight, February 11, 2014 4:56 PM

If you think there are a  lot of suburbs now think many years later. At this moment new suburbs are being built. Suburbs are needed for the growing families and cities.  To this day suburbs play a huge roll in the development of cities. Without suburbs cities would be overpopulated and the crime rate would be through the roof.~Amanda

The Kingdom Keepers's curator insight, March 11, 2014 6:55 PM

Suburbs are a major part of today's society. A large portion of our land is covered in suburbs, so it should be the main priority of the contractors, and designers of these suburbs to make them well put together and livable. Although it is in the public's best interest to make these homes inexpensive, they should also be well built or there would be no point in building them.
~Deanna 

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Improving access to services for women in agriculture

Improving access to services for women in agriculture | human geography | Scoop.it
Groups that offer agricultural services must find ways to engage the millions of women working the fields who aren't being reached by current programmes

Via Jocelyn Stoller, The Kingdom Keepers
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I feel that this is a very important matter and should be taken quite seriously. It is a very good thing that we are working to get an improvement for women to have access to services. Services should be accessible to everyone,and these women are no different.~Rayann S.

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The Kingdom Keepers's curator insight, February 4, 2014 9:27 AM

Although women may not have a crucial role in farming in some areras, that is rapidly changing as new technology, as well as recognition to women, is being produced. Including women seems to have several negatives, such as having to pay to educate them, but the overall product will benefit the population greatly by providing more food and services and employing women to generate equality in jobs for men and women. -Brooke

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Economic Issues of Developing Countries and the Third World

Economic Issues of Developing Countries and the Third World | human geography | Scoop.it
Economic Issues of Developing Countries and the Third World, About.com Economics
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A lot of ideas have come forth stating that "this will help a less developed country". However not many people directly adress the issues preventing the LDCs from developing. This site gives several links to papers that do just that. Including a look inside the economic barricades in Jamaica, heavily supported by proven data. ~Justin

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Product Design and Development Services & Solutions

Product Design and Development Services & Solutions | human geography | Scoop.it
Promatics provides best Product Designs and Product Development Solutions to its globally located clients, Our highly trained professionals includes the combination of the latest technology for Product Development...

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 I think this article is working hard to advertise this offer of being able to develop. This articles states that  Promatics offers a complete array of product development solutions, which if is true, would be quite an offer. This article also boasts an extensive expertise in serving, giving them them an edge.

~Rayann S.

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How Sub-Saharan Africa Is Evolving Into A Global Economic Powerhouse

How Sub-Saharan Africa Is Evolving Into A Global Economic Powerhouse | human geography | Scoop.it

Interesting considering it is one of the poorest place on this planet.


Via Je An
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It's good to know that certain places in sub-Saharan Africa is becoming more developed. Not knowing that people in LDCs don't have the luxuries as people in MDCs can be quite a realization. People in MDCs are blessed to have the more modern technology and industries. So it's good to hear about  an LDC slowly evolving into a global economic powerhouse.~Makayla Cauley 

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