Global Inequality

Global Inequality - i Central and south America ii Southern...

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Global Inequality 1. Industrial Society Decline: a. Industrial societies are unequal b. Early years were terrible for working and poor c. Top heavy d. Slow, uneven, recent e. Increase in economic inequality since 1973 2. Global Inequality: a. Wealthy people have seen a large increase in the share of world income, while poor people have seen a decline 3. Geography: a. Most of the world’s population (70%) is concentrated in industrial agrarian societies, and only a small percentage (10%) lives in industrializing horticultural societies b. Industrializing agrarian societies are:
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Unformatted text preview: i. Central and south America ii. Southern and eastern Asia iii. Middle East iv. North Africa v. Southern and Eastern Europe c. Industrializing horticultural societies are: i. Sub-Saharan Africa ii. Papua New guinea iii. Haiti 4. Population a. Industrial societies have high population i. Lower birth rate ii. Low mortality rate 5. Economy a. World economy dominated by industrialized societies 6. Stratification a. Typically have a small upper class, small middle class, and large lower class...
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