Essays Tagged: "developed countries"

What is equality of conditions according to Tocqueville?

y all had to deal with the harsh landscape and with doing without all the comforts of living in the developed countries they left behind.They came, not in search of greater political or financial oppo ... ch of the colonies). Therefore, they shared mores, which is reflected in the harsh penal codes they developed by vote of majority.They shared a common language, common goals. Most were well-educated a ...

(1 pages) 81 1 3.4 Apr/2002

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science > Political Theory

Software and High school

grams). It is the software that enables computers toperform a certain tasks. Educational systems in developedcountries realize the importance of computers in the future worldand therefore, emphasize t ...

(2 pages) 91 1 3.5 Oct/1996

Subjects: Science Essays > Computer Science > Internet and networking

Biotechnology. An international biosafety protocol created to establish and maintain control over the products designed with biotechnology.

nd regulations that govern the release of transgenic organisms are inadequate or nonexistent.A. The developed nations of the world are using regulations that were designed to control and monitor crops ... ed with traditional technologies.B. Biotechnology is regulated by three different agencies.C. The undeveloped nations have virtually no regulations governing transgenic organisms.1. This indicates tha ...

(7 pages) 111 0 3.6 May/1996

Subjects: Science Essays > Biotechnology

Sex Education: Does It Really Work?

controlling the effects of sex by teens. 'The United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate of developed countries' ('The Effects' 632). I believe that the people of this nation need to look at t ...

(9 pages) 477 2 3.9 Apr/1995

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Health & Medicine > Sex & Sexuality


creating biological entities as they want them. This is the main source of the controversy.In more developed countries where genetically engineered disputes may ensue, the trend is total protection t ...

(2 pages) 66 0 2.5 Jan/1996

Subjects: Science Essays > Biology

Title: our shrinking world - the environmental impact our growing population has made.

arth.All environmental problems are rooted in the needs of the population. The living standards for developed countries are to blame for all depletion. Necessities like gasoline-powered cars, electric ...

(2 pages) 95 0 3.8 Oct/2002

Subjects: Science Essays > Environmental Science

Child Labour or Child Labor case. Also refers to a case called the Fifth Column. The first part is about issues of child labour and what Canadian Companies should do about this issue.

dren, [Online])Child labour is a global concern, affecting anyone who is a consumer. Developing and developed countries alike contribute to the existence of child labour, resulting in underage youth b ... he ineffectiveness of enforcing them. For in many countries the inspection system is not adequately developed; legislations often exclude traditional workshops, quasi-family undertakings, petty commer ...

(18 pages) 264 1 3.4 Nov/2002

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Society and community > Children and Youngsters > Child Abuse

Should Smoking Be Banned from Public Places? What are the effects of smoking? Do we have the right to ban smoking in public places, taking into consideration the Morals and ethics.

ople with less formal education tend to smoke more. Developing countries are now smoking as much as developed countries. 41% of men and 21% of women regularly smoke cigarettes in developed countries w ...

(5 pages) 411 2 3.0 Dec/2002

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Health & Medicine > Drugs


AND POLICY DEVELOPMENTCRITICALLY ASSESS THE KEY ARGUMENTS REGARDING THE OUTCOMES OF TOURISM IN LESS DEVELOPED SOCIETIES.One does not have to look at literature too see that the impacts of tourism has ... hat along with benefits tourism does also bring many detrimental affects on both the developing and developed countries.For this essay one will predominantly look at the impacts of tourism in the worl ...

(8 pages) 347 1 4.3 Dec/2002

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Society and community

"Critically analyse one theory to explain the global political economy" I examined the Dependency Theory.

cy Theory is a political interpretation of the way economic systems impact on the Less Economically Developed Countries. . As a theory it is an activist for change but also a means of understanding th ... collection of new political theories. These examined the world from a different perspective, the undeveloped as opposed to the developed nations. Ankie Hoogvelt argued,(2) ?Development and underdevel ...

(10 pages) 435 3 4.6 Jan/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science > Specific Policies

Challenges faced by small businesses

Challenges of small businessesGrowth in the small and medium business in Canada and other developed countries has been verysignificant. This sector of the business community now represents a ...

(4 pages) 209 0 3.3 Jan/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

"Poverty Anonymous": How the US sould handle foreign aid.

When you take a closer look at countries with a higher birth and death rate, and compare them with developed countries with both a lower birth and death rate, the obvious difference is quality of lif ... But through food aid and fertilizer they will some day be able to stand on their own two feet as a developed nation. As stated before developed countries have both a lower birth and death rate.I beli ...

(6 pages) 83 0 2.5 Feb/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays

Why are some countries called developing countries, and some developed countries? This essay gives facts about developing countries and gives differences between developing and developed countries.

Why are some countries called developing countries, and some developed countries?Why are some countries called developing countries, and some developed countries ... are starvation, education, child labor, safety and human rights. These issues are very different in developed and developing countries. I'm also going to tell why these things are happening and how th ... problem. The next problem depends on the seriousness of the issues. Starvation is also a part of a developed country. If a country has starvation it is a developing country. This is one answer to the ...

(6 pages) 218 0 4.5 Feb/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays

This essay is about humans and the effect they have made on the natural enviroment

t.Air pollution has become a major problem since the first machines were made. Each year industrial developed countries generate billions of tones of pollutants. The major pollutants are: carbon monox ...

(1 pages) 166 0 4.3 Mar/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Society and community

Drug Addiction and Abuse An essay promoting better drug education in schools in order to avoid social problems like drug abuse and addiction.

Drug addiction or drug dependence is an increasing epidemic worldwide. It is most common in more developed countries but that in no way means that it is not a growing and serious problem in our cou ...

(2 pages) 168 1 4.1 Mar/2003

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Health & Medicine > Drugs

Which invention has had the greatest effect on our lives in the last two hundred years? Give reasons for your answers.

nobility. Today the numbers of cars are close to half of earth's population. Almost every family in developed countries owns a car. The automobile has had the greatest effects on our lives in last two ... with the automobile industry and its subsidiary industries like car accessories. Today almost every developed country's economy is based on the automobile industry while developing countries depend on ...

(4 pages) 179 3 4.3 Apr/2003

Subjects: Science Essays


a more correct word describing the present state of global growth. De-linking the less economically developed countries is a clear problem. The consequence of trade only between the three most develop ... fshore production is no longer a difficult and costly operation. Manufacturing of goods in the less developed countries allows corporations to cut their production costs considerably. This brings thos ...

(6 pages) 254 1 3.6 Apr/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science > Political Theory

Discuss the causes of high rates of population growth

y slowly or not at all, and in some countries the population size is even declining. However, these developed countries make up just one fifth of the world's population and consequently have little im ... means that birth rates are high and therefore the rate of population increase follows suit. In more developed areas and especially western areas there has been a decline in religion and how closely pe ...

(6 pages) 261 0 4.6 Apr/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Anthropology


ld allows for farmers to have larger crops, with fewer diseases and pests to reduce crop yields. In developed countries pesticide sprayers have protection from pesticides through protective clothing, ... h of farmers, and thus should be banned in favour of safer alternatives currently only available in developed countries, such as pheromones, and genetically modified plants. It is the responsiblity of ...

(3 pages) 124 0 4.8 May/2003

Subjects: Science Essays > Biochemistry

View's on Sustainable Development with specific reference to Sub-Saharan Africa.

that we live in today. Certain requirements have to be reached by all, such as commitment from both developed and developing countries. Is it possible to effectively apply a conceptual sustainable dev ... ble to effectively apply a conceptual sustainable development programme in the world today? Are the developed countries prepared to commit and willing to address the human and environmental problem wi ...

(5 pages) 135 0 4.3 Jun/2003

Subjects: Science Essays > Earth Sciences