ESSAY #4.docx - Ricardo Cervantes Student#66774 GED 210 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Writing Assignment for Unit Four Identify the defining

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Ricardo Cervantes Student #66774 05/25/20 GED 210 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Writing Assignment for Unit Four Identify the defining characteristics of an intervention philosophy. In particular, address neoliberalism and the social effects of neoliberal policies in contemporary post socialist nations. An intervention philosophy is defined as an ideology in which a group of people or government justify their involvement into a social, cultural, and economic policies. They justify their actions by believing that they will make society or that piece of society run more efficiently for the good of the state or country. Often times, there is a political agenda behind these adjustments that allow for a much larger goal to be achieved. These ideas can be enforced militarily or every through sanctions in politics, trade, and economic beliefs. Neoliberalism often times can be connected with the intervention philosophy.

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