WorPol 11-16

WorPol 11-16 - Questions about the film Who was involved in...

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Questions about the film Who was involved in aid distribution? o No int’l aid o Education o Teachers weren’t paid enough and so didn’t work fulltime o Kids had to learn in a language they didn’t know o What changed? Languages switched to dual Teachers starting to be paid more Coca plant ex o Farmer told to replace his coca trees with citrus and macadamia nut trees (which almost all died) and is now drowning in debt Lets talk about Niger Major issues o Lack of adequate food distribution (donors/local) o Lack of money to buy food (local) o Inefficient aid provision (donors) o Profiteering (local) o Change in societal norms (local) o Rapid opening up of the market (global/local) The North-South Gap Partly a result of European colonization of much of Aftica, latin America, and Asia Led to inequality because of dependence on mother countries, severe debt left over from colonization, cultural deprivation, ethnic tensions, an inorganic group
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course SIS 105 taught by Professor Chong during the Fall '07 term at American.

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