Soc 120 week 7 DQ 1 - education they are still unable to find proper work and still end up in poor areas unable to get out of the cycle The United

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Soc 120 week 7 DQ1 It is easy to see that the largest countries with the largest population growth seems to also be the poorest according to the map. Statistics have shown that poor populations have the largest problem with women having more children at earlier ages. With this continuing to happen food shortages are bound to increase as well as the inability for jobs, schooling, or proper health care. As long as these current conditions continue, these countries will never be able to break out of these cycles and will remain destitute. Many people try immigrating to better countries only to find that due to their lack of
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Unformatted text preview: education they are still unable to find proper work and still end up in poor areas unable to get out of the cycle. The United States has for many decades helped poor countries in trying to aid in education, housing and food. This has not seemed to help change anything in means of helping these countries turn around. If we continue to feed the people of these countries it will not help. We need to increase education in order for them to help themselves....
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course SOC 120 SOC 120 taught by Professor Dontremember during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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