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Essay heading: Impoverished Nations
 
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Issue: Africa
Written by: Alistair Muir
Date added: July 1, 2009
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These are both common in Great Britain. Famine, on the other hand, is a more drastic, wide-ranging food shortage detrimental to the health of so many in Third World countries e.g. Sudan, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone. In addition, the causes of hunger are defined proximate and structural. Proximate reasons tend to be immediately identifiable as playing a distinct role in the creation of hunger for example, ‘war, drought, flooding, late rains and crop failure(5...
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Proximate reasons tend to be immediately identifiable as playing a distinct role in the creation of hunger for example, ‘war, drought, flooding, late rains and crop failure(5.)’. Structural or material explanations of poverty are of greater sociological importance because they demonstrate the wider social determinants of poverty...
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Impoverished Nations   world wide Connection or Isolation   WORLD WIDE WEB IN SCHOOLS   causes of the great chinese famine   The Great Famine   World Wide Problem - Capitalism And Globalization   "Over the course of the past half-millennium, the 33 countries that now comprise Latin America and the Caribbean have gone through drastic change. Since the discovery of the New World in 1492, each country has gone through some level of colonizati...   Great Britain   Health Effects Of Fast Food In Our Current World   Fast Food Reality Check: The Detrimental Conquering Of The American Children   Health Conditions In Poor Countries   Food aid benefits rich countries as much as it does for poor countries?   The Analysis of Guy Deborg's writing from "Situationalist International," as it applies to the World Wide Web   The World Wide Web in Healthcare   The World Wide Web  
 
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