I need help with a Sociology question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.
STOP!!! READ!! THERE ARE 4 TASKS, READ EACH SECTION BEFORE PROCEEDING!
Class, in the interest of completing your written assignment “Comparing factors that lead to underdevelopment” or the Week 8 Assignment, I am providing the following changes for the Week 6 Discussion:
OPTION 1 FOR WEEK 6: STUDENTS DO YOU NEED SOME REAL TIME TO WORK ON THE WEEK 8 ASSIGNMENT PAPER???
O If you are conducting literature searches and gathering sound academic information on the Week 8 written assignment, I want you to continue these efforts. You need not answer the Week 6 Discussion questions, instead you will do the following: 1) Provide DETAILED COMMENTS on the progress you are making, including sources that you are checking (Strayer library, Webtext, World Bank reports etc.); and 2) DISCUSS at least THREE FACTORS that you chose from the Week 8 Assignment List of Factors 3) How are these factors associated with the two developing countries you have selected?
CAUTION! Post your own comments class, do not simply copy someone else’s comments or research strategies concerning your Week 8 assignment. DO YOU OWN WORK!
OPTION 2: NO EXTRA TIME NEEDED FOR WEEK 8 ASSGN. YOUR RESEARCH IS ON POINT!!! If you are comfortable with where you are in terms of researching/drafting your Week 8 assignment, please proceed to READ and ANSWER substantively the following Discussion question (once you have read the Webtext and viewed the lecture information).
COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
“Education.” Please respond to the following:
Based on the lecture and Webtext materials, address the following:
Outline the most significant obstacles to obtaining an education in developing countries. Suggest at least Two (2) reasons why education should be a priority in the developing world. Next, discuss in DETAIL significant overall strategies – aside from building more schools – that those in leadership positions in developing countries may use in order to help their people escape poverty through education. NOTE! Students who choose OPTION 2 should provide substantive comments in the Week 6 discussion. A few sentences are not sufficient, please provide ample content in your responses.
NOTE!!!! ALL STUDENTS SHOULD RESPOND TO ANOTHER STUDENT:
3) Please respond to at least one (1) post from your peers (regardless of OPTION you choose ).
4) WEEK 6 INSTRUCTOR INSGHTS OPTIONAL: it is fine if you review and comment.
Education is one of the most crucial aspects of human survival, growth and development in developing and developed nations. Although educational opportunities have improved significantly in many developing countries over the past three decades, much, much more must be done. The education of girls impacts every aspect of the growth of a nation, yet too many girls are still subject to under education, early marriage or forced labor well before adulthood–denying their chances for independent and a sustainable quality of life. Please REVIEW this short video, discuss the key points and, post your comments (if you like).
Professor G. Royal-Smith
Watch VideoGirl’s Education in Developing Countries
User: n/a – Added: 3/9/15
YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihuZNDuM3g8
AND respond to this post directly:
RE: Week 6 Discussion
Professor and class,
I have just completed 8 chapters of this week’s Web text and listened to the lecture. Reading about things like how a fifth grader cannot read any better than a first grader is obviously not a good thing. Things like teachers not showing up for work, or children saying that they are bored going to school.
In my opinion, a parent should never allow a kid to make certain decisions, such as whether or not to stay in school.
I am glad that I got to the 8th chapter in the Web Text. It reads that in Taiwan, it is mandatory that children complete 9 years of school. Less chance of having illiterate people. It gave us a reminder that this can lower the mortality rate.
In my opinion, the government can have an influence in what education decisions a parent makes when a child is under 18. Which now leads me into the video I just watched, which states that 70% of people in poverty are women and girls.
I think that it is horrible that a girl of say 16, is forced to marry a guy who is say 30.
In my opinion, someone who is still a kid should not have a kid of her own. Obviously some governments do not agree with that opinion.
I also think that a guy who is 30 years old has no business being with a girl who is still a girl.
I agree with that video, education can help stop certain things from happening.
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