SOC-120 WK7 CP1 - organizations tend to do find the best...

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Urbanization Trends CheckPoint The main cause of urban growth trends in the world’s poorest countries is the fact that these are places where the natural resources have not been as applied. Because there is little to no urbanization or industrialization in these areas means there are more natural resources than other urban areas that have almost been depleted. Due to these facts, wealthier nations or organizations see these areas as a good and simple resource. These are great areas for things such as agriculture and also, the people are of a poor nation so they most likely will not get paid much for their work either. These simple facts are the reason that most rural places such as India, are going to be urbanized not by their own choice but; by the choice of those with wealth. The benefits and advantages for these poor cities and villages will be that at least now they can support their large populations, although, there will be some cost. As most
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Unformatted text preview: organizations tend to do, find the best profits from the cheapest places, there does not seem to be much the people of India can do to stop their inevitable transition to urbanization. Because they can not afford to fight this change it will happen. Rural areas of people will be taught to work more modern jobs they might have never even thought existed. The way of the world is change, and those areas that have not taken notice with be forced into it one way or another. • Bopegamage, A., & Kulahalli, R. (1972, September). CASTE AND OCCUPATION IN RURAL INDIA: A REGIONAL STUDY IN URBANIZATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE. Rural Sociology , 37 (3), 352-388. Retrieved June 23, 2009, from SocINDEX with Full Text database. • Mahapatra, L. (1962, December). Socio-cultural Changes in Rural and Tribal India. International Journal of Comparative Sociology (Brill) , 3 (2), 254. Retrieved June 23, 2009, from SocINDEX with Full Text database....
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2010 for the course SOC120 SOC120 taught by Professor Mattjames during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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