By the 1940s, nearly half of the population of Naga tribe had converted to Chris- tianity helping them to develop a modernized nature by adapting education, medicine, and a peaceful religion. Dancing and drum playing was banned and all the heads that they hunted were buried making them to become more peaceful than ever before. Christianity gave Naga tribes a common bond and language “English” but there was also a negative impact of this that Naga tribe lost the traditional culture that provoked the identity crisis that is present to this day. Furthermore, there were certain criticism that was raised by some people of Naga tribe such as a legendary Naga of the Konyak tribe nicknamed Khaopa refused to accept a re- ligion that would force him to abandoned Naga traditions and bury the skulls that symbolized his power. However; step by step the things were getting better.
Education, healthcare, poverty are vital factors that affect the societies and the development of a country. Social development was poor in Nicaragua during the Somoza family and therefore the society ceased not to progress. The Nicaraguan geographical positioning
They lack access to clean water for drinking, garbage and sewage system. Most of the people who live in the slums became the victim of crime and diseases. Urbanization and industrialized caused more crime and the spreading of disease because of overcrowding and housing shortages. As a result, it causes poverty and unemployment for immigrants who settled down in New York. Most of the immigrant work in a sweatshop that is done in the tenement that serves as garment factories.
The Kingdom of Morocco has leaped on the train to development in the recent past. The nation which is literally at the cross-roads of different civilizations has entered in a new era of reforms and activity. This has led to the development of a political, social and economic dynamic and synergy that has enabled the country to attract foreign trade relations and investment. The decision of opening a new facility depends on the business environment of the country. The country should have the consumer base and market potential required for business to run.
The places with the greatest shortage of labour were Trinidad and Guyana (British Guiana). The planters responded by importing indentured labourers form densely populated agricultural communities and they petitioned the colonial governments to support the various immigration schemes. Moreover, it was felt that in the long term, immigration would lead to reduced wages for labourers when a newest form of labour was
Again, the consequences were the increasing rates of informal settlements as a response to having shelter. Similarly in Zambia, the issue of affordability was prevalent, as there was a shortage of building materials for the core housing and sites and services
DIGITAL ASSIGNMENT-01 17BCE2049 LINGALA ANTHONY NIKHIL REDDY Urban environmental problems and solutions in India. Introduction: Recent concern for the environment is not only due to natural phenomenon, but the urbanization has made people more aware of the environmental issues and their quality. population beyond the multiple times of the sustaining capacity has made the urban centres polluted, overcrowded and exerted pressures on social and physical amenities.The Concentration of industries in and around urban centres has exposed the urban population to all sorts of risks. These risks can remain unnoticed due to its slow introduction such as increasing the quantity of pollutants in river Ganga, or can be sudden due to some
The enrolment of school age in urban centers was high compared with a low response in rural areas because of inadequate enlightenment of the rural area. As espouse by Bourdieu, social inequalities and cultural forces tend to hinder equality on the education of the lower-class children which is the reflection of the urban centers with high enrollment in Nigeria. In an early attempt, to examine social inequality in the Nigeria educational system. The reason for this is that the wealth and financial status of the parent will overcome educational barriers or barriers to education. The implication for this is the high level of illiteracy and poor socio-economic status which increased the rate of paternal and maternal deprivation of needs and has thus, thrown many families (lower-class) into untold financial problems such as lack of monetary resources to provide the best for their offspring's.
In the late 1970s, there was a demand for temporary low-income jobs in Guangzhou’s factories, resulting in the withdrawal of certain migratory controls (Joseph, 2010). Even so, at this stage, the migrants still had rural hukou statuses and were deemed as the ‘floating population’, which clearly worsened rural-urban disparity, because those rural migrants who took up the surplus of cheap labour in Guangzhou were not entitled to any social welfare benefits (Chao, 2012, p.2). The hukou has led to some degree of subjectification and in hopes to tackle the rural-urban divide, the Guangzhou government announced in 2013 that they were abolishing the rural hukou so that rural migrants (mainly farmers) can enjoy “better employment rights, education and other legal interests” (Zheng, 2013). However, this did not indicate that the farmers were entitled to the other kinds of social welfare that the local residents have, which meant that discrimination towards the migrants were relatively still
Problems that overpopulation thus far has caused are deforestation, soil erosion, and urban land degradation, declining soil fertility, pollution, desertification, salinization and wildlife depletion. For instance, Ghana is faced by severe land pressure which has accelerated its rate of degradation. The influence of these problem are the technology which is present, land use systems which lead pressure on land and infrastructure (Benneth and Agyepong, 1984:99). Overpopulation remains a huge problem in Africa and effective measures have to be put in place in order to mitigate these problem. Causes of population growth are high mortality and infant rates.