Q5: Each graph details the median scores on vocabulary tests taken by children between ages 3
to 6. The first graph compares the scores of the wealthiest and poorest quartiles of children.
While at age 3, the difference in score is almost non
Q53.Reading the World Development Report 2006, Focus 7 (pp.224-5), In your own
words explain what the proposed generic region graphic proposes and evaluate it from
an ethical point of view.
This figure shows the proposed generic region. It shows the curve
Q25. In Part 3, of The Century of the Self, explain the difference between the
positions of Herbert Marcuse and Fritz Perls and their critiques of social conditioning.
Herbert wanted people to show less emotions and feelings, he thought it was better for
Q33. Reading the WDR 2006 Chapter 8 (especially focus 5 pp. 176-7) and the
enclosed pdf on taxes, suggest some alternatives to current federal income taxes
including some that would promote equality (be progressive). Explain why your tax
Q9. Compare the enclosed graphic on the Atlantic Slave trade and Wednesdays lecture
or other sources and the enclosed pdf on current annual numbers being enslaved.
Venture at least a guess as to why the scourge of enslaving human be
Read the Wikipedia article on the Precautionary Principle and in particular the
discussion of the weak and strong versions of the principle then read the
Wikipedia article on Duty of Care then answer the following four questions in your
own words basing y
Q21. Reading the World Development Report 2006, please explain
Table 5.1 (p.92) in your own words. Hint read text in left column of page
or remember explanation from the lecture.
Figure 5.1 shows that t eh effect of income shocks on consumption, with
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Q5. Reading Box 3.1 of World Development Report 2006:57. please explain in your
own words the differences between Intercountry, international, and global inequality
of income. Provide an example in which each would be most useful
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Q17. Watching the video, Advertising and the end of the World (available to view as a
streaming video in the main library catalogue), what are the key ways advertising
misleads people even though it successfully spends enormous am
Q13. In your own words explain the different claims for a just allocation
of the flute made by the four students living at 2424 E. Adams street.
What key implication does this share with that of the diagram in Box 4.1
of the World
Estimable students of 150B1. Here are four questions to answer by
9 am Monday 5 September 2016 (despite Monday being labor day
the answers are due without exception before 9 am). Send your
answers by email to your TA from whom y
In the history of sports, competition has generally been gender exclusive.
Meaning that individuals of the same gender to keep the level of competition even and
fair. However with new procedures that allow people to change their appearance as well
Q9: The development project was an idealistic attempt to bring equality to underdeveloped
countries and peoples across the globe. According to McMichael, this project gave way to the
globalization project around the 1970s. The globalization project is foc
Q13: A Kolm Index basically gives more weight to a certain selection of data than another. The
primary purpose of this is to ensure one extremely rich person doesnt skew data too sharply. Dr.
Park cited an example that while even the poorest of people can
Q17: The Breton Woods System was composed
of the World Bank and International Monetary
Fund, two key international institutions. The primary function of the World Bank was to provide
funding for infrastructure and agriculture, particularly cash crops. The
Q28: On page 103 of the WDR the authors discuss some contrasting relationships statistical studies have
found between growth in income or consumption and inequality. We discussed this briefly also in class.
Summarize their discussion and then explain why
Q29: From McMichael Development and Social Change Chapter 6: In what ways are international
migrants more insecure than international movements of capital? Why is money safer than people and is
McMichael notes mobility rights for capital do n
Q33: From The Century of Self Part 4: How did psychology and advertising help recent politicians in
England and the United States?
Politicians began to use business techniques by appealing to peoples inner desires under a guise of
being liberating forces,
Q37: Transcript of Century of the Self Videos: After Anna Freud presented her version of psychoanalysis
that focused on repression of worry through a focus on conforming to societal rules, what new ideas
became implemented in the psychoanalytic field and
Q41: Go online (search for Ecological Footprint Quiz by Center for Sustainable Economy) and take the
quiz honestly then report the following as your answer to this question: miles travelled by auto and by air,
number of earths your lifestyle would require
Q45: Using the attached pdf file on HANPP, explain in your own words what HANPP is, why it might be a
useful measure for those concerned with sustainability and in what sense it might be inadequate to keep
track of how sustainable our economy is.