GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT

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GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT
1 Theories of development, under-development and global inequality
1.1 Modernisation theory
1.2 Dependency theory
1.3 World Systems theory
1.4 Traditional Marxism
1.5 Neo-liberalism
2 Defining and measuring development
2.1 Third World
2.2 Gross National Product (GNP)
2.3 Human Development Index (HDI)
2.4 Millennium Development Goals (MDG)
2.5 The Bottom Billion
3 Globalisation
3.1 Economical
3.1.1 Capitalism
3.1.2 Transnational Corporations (TNCs)
3.1.3 McDonaldization
3.2 Political
3.2.1 Growth of liberal democracies
3.2.2 Global decision making through International Government Organisations (IGOs)
3.2.3 Non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
3.3 Cultural
3.3.1 World information & communication systems i.e internet
3.3.2 global patterns of consumerism
3.3.3 Cosmopolitan lifestyle
3.3.4 World sport
3.3.5 World tourism
3.3.6 Spread of American consumer culture
3.3.7 Growth of religion
3.3.8 Dominance of the English language
3.3.9 Spread of Western values
3.4 Theoretical Perspectives
3.4.1 Neo-liberals
3.4.2 Radicals
3.4.3 Transformationalists
3.5 Benefits & losses
3.6 Cultural Imperialism
4 Aid and Trade
4.1 Aid
4.1.1 In favour of aid
4.1.1.1 Moral argument
4.1.1.2 Modernisation theory
4.1.2 Against aid
4.1.2.1 Neo-liberals
4.1.2.2 Neo-marxists
4.1.2.3 'Middle ground'
4.2 Debt
4.2.1 Moral Hazard
4.2.2 Vulture funds
4.2.3 Highly Indebted Poor Countries Initiative (HIPCI)
4.2.4 Debt boomerangs
4.2.4.1 Environment
4.2.4.2 Drugs
4.2.4.3 Taxes
4.2.4.4 Unemployment
4.2.4.5 Migration
4.2.4.6 Wars
5 Agencies of development
5.1 States
5.1.1 State-led development
5.1.2 States blocking development
5.2 Transnational Corporations (TNCs)
5.2.1 Corporate Responsibility
5.2.2 Applying theories
5.2.2.1 Modernisation theory & Neo-liberals
5.2.2.2 Dependency theory
5.3 Non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
5.3.1 Strengths/criticisms
5.4 International governmental organisations (IGOs)
5.4.1 World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Trade Organisation (WTO)
5.4.2 Criticisms of IMF
5.4.3 Criticisms of World Bank
5.4.4 Criticisms of WTO
6 Industrialization
6.1 Import Substitution Industrialization (ISI)
6.2 Export-Oriented Industrialization (EOI)
6.3 Newly Industrialising Countries (NIC)
6.4 'Asian Tigers'
6.5 New International division of labour (NIDL)
6.6 Specialising
6.7 Agriculture
7 Urbanization
7.1 Modernisation theory
7.2 Dependency theory
7.3 Urban housing
7.4 Migration
7.4.1 Push factors
7.4.2 Pull factors
7.5 Differences between urban and rural poverty
7.6 Cities and the environment
8 Environment
8.1 MDG7: Ensure environmental sustainability
8.2 Environmental problems in developing countries
8.3 Clash of interests
8.4 Applying theories
8.4.1 Neo-liberals
8.4.2 Neo-Malthusian
8.4.3 Anti-Malthusians
8.5 Sustainable development
9 War and Conflict
9.1 Old wars and New wars
9.2 Structural violence
9.3 New Barbarism
9.3.1 Neo-Malthusians
9.4 Interventions
9.5 Civil Wars
9.6 The arms trade
9.7 Terrorism
9.8 Effects after the war has finished
10 Employment
10.1 Formal/Informal sector work
10.2 The 'real' economy
10.3 Micro credit loans
10.4 Working children
10.5 International Labour Office (ILO)
11 Demographic Change
11.1 Demographer terms
11.1.1 Birth rate
11.1.2 Infant mortality rate
11.1.3 Mortality rate
11.1.4 Fertility rate
11.1.5 Child mortality rate
11.2 Demographic transition
11.3 Malthusian (Thomas Malthus)
11.4 Anti-Malthusian
11.5 Population control
11.5.1 Contraception
11.5.2 Abortion
11.5.3 Sterilisation
11.5.4 Financial incentives to limit family size
12 Health
12.1 Selective biomedical intervention/comprehensive, community-based primary health care
12.2 Modernisation theory
12.2.1 Epidemiological transition
12.3 Dependency theory
12.4 MDGs
12.4.1 MDG4: Reduce child mortality by two thirds by 2015
12.4.2 MDG5: Improve maternal health: reduce the maternal mortality ratio by two thirds from 1990 to 2015
12.4.3 MDG6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
13 Education
13.1 Schools in developing countries
13.1.1 Problems
13.1.2 Inappropriate education
13.1.3 Prioritising education
14 Gender
14.1 Issues affecting women and girls globally
14.1.1 Education
14.1.2 Health
14.1.3 Violence and abuse
14.1.4 Work
14.1.5 Families
14.1.6 Poverty
14.2 Gender's importance in development
14.3 Educating girls - Multiplier effect
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