More and more countries are emerging on the economic as well as the educational level. As Nelson MANDELA said “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Many countries have understood that fact. Mostly African countries start realizing that their economy depend on young, educated young.IN SENEGAL, education began one of the most domain to invest in. SENEGAL is a country in western Africa with an area of 196,722 km
During the 1800’s and early 1900’s, there was many causes that led to the start of the first world war. Although many suggest that nationalism impacted the most, i think imperialism was the main cause of WW1. Everybody wants to be the biggest and to be the best and that's why these countries were thirsty for war. They were all in for getting more land and getting bigger. France and Britain had many colonies in Asia and Africa which gave the question to other nations, “why can't we have colonies too?” Having colonies was beneficial because you can have more resources and have cheap labor or enslave people which also boosted the economy.
As discussed above, this model does not work for mothers whose familial responsibilities are equally demanding. Apart from balancing household labor, creating a more sensible work-life culture would help women succeed in typically male dominated fields. Cha refers to Americas current work structure as “overwork” and argues it’s adverse effects on women in male dominated fields. Successful mothers are viewed as colder than successful fathers, and women more often suffer guilt or psychological distress when their work interferes with family life
field Negro(NewsOne.com). His speeches were so powerful and moved many . He even gave a speech at Oxford university to a room full of kids some were even white they enjoyed the speech and even agreed with him. Malcolm X lead others to institute change, his tactic was great for this time because he was speaking to a generation of people who were tired of how they were being treated and they were willing to fight. “Power never takes a back step only in the face of more power”, he encouraged his followers to have power and carry themselves high never let anyone have more power over you than yourself.
29% of the lowest percentage of people making less than $15,000 does not have healthcare coverage. 4% of the highest percentage of people making over $85,000 does not have healthcare coverage. This data shows that the more income the population make the most likely they will have healthcare coverage. Marx would say that this data depicts material inequality of a social group. Marx would see these inequality as inherently unfair, and only exists because the bourgeoisie control the political, economic and social resources while the proletariat do all the hard labor.
That is what makes the Gilded Age a celebrated time, it was not perfect time period by all standards but this idea of the social division was important to the growth of this county at this time. We see the rise of third parties as well in the Gilded Age. They never win an election, but they bring important ideas to the US government. In conclusion the Gilded Age should be considered a time period of growth and development because of the expansion of industry. The “captains of industry” brought growth to the US economy.
European imperialism not only involved Africa, imperialism stretched from North America to Asia and Australia. Western Europe and the empires that existed within it, were the most advanced during the time of imperialism and colonisation and the reach of these empires was worldwide and their impacts are still seen today. Due to the comparatively late decolonisation in Africa, the effects are more prominent there than anywhere else today. This does not deduct from the fact that the effects of European imperialism cannot be seen elsewhere. Similar to Africa, colonisation allowed for infrastructure to be vastly improved and modern technology improved their lives.
In America, we have this thought that all people should be able to pick themselves out of poverty and despair if they work hard enough. As reasonable as this sounds on its own, the reality is much different. Those people who advocate for the above, more often than not, fail to take into account the stress and desolation that being in poverty forces upon you. Now, the gender pay gap is not crushingly depressing, but it is rather disheartening and fails to live up to another ideal of our Founders. Women cannot achieve social mobility when they lack the basic means to raise themselves up, money.
The gap between the rich and the poor was larger than ever, and homelessness was on the rise as cities became extremely dense and overpopulated. Britain didn’t want this surplus population to go to waste, so the colonization of Africa was a good excuse to export these people so that they could help in taking over Africa. Overall, the reason for Britain’s colonization campaign for Africa was to show superiority to other nations, for natural recourses, and oversight on African trades. It’s clear that they were driven by economic and strategic
Nations engage in international trade because they benefit from doing so. The gains from trade arise because trade allows countries to specialise their production in a way that allocates all resources to their most productive use. Trade plays an important role in achieving this allocation because it frees each and every country’s residents from having to consume goods in the same time combination in which the domestic economy can produce them. During the past decade, China’s growing presence in Africa has increasingly become a topic for debate in the international system and among economists as well as policy analysts. China’s presence in Africa and its relations with African countries is primarily driven by economic interests and practical