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Rich and poor countries are contrasted in terms of primary sector.

This question is considered: Many of the poorest countries in the world have a high percentage of their workforce working in the primary sector, while many of the richest countries in the world have very few workers in the primary sector. Why? (Primary sector is defined as resource extraction of any kind, such as farming, m

Earth Science - Multiple Choice

1. The apparent daily path of the Sun changes with the seasons because: * Earth's axis is tilted. Earth's distance from the Sun changes. The Sun revolves. The Sun rotates. 2. Energy is transferred from the Sun to Earth mainly by: * Molecular collisions Density currents Electromagnetic waves Red shifts 3. Which of t

Haiti, Venezuela, and Honduras

Summary comparing the differences and similarities among these countries: Haiti, Venezuela, and Honduras. Examine the physical, cultural, political, economic, technological, social issues, and language differences among countries. Use various cultural perspectives to explain social issues that affect the region or culture as a w

"Machismo" and "Marianismo"

This solution discusses in detail the concepts of "Machismo" and "Marianismo." It also explores the roles of women in Latin America today as compared to the past, and possible reasons for this change. Fnally, it compare women's roles in Latin American countries with other countries such as the United States.

Roman Empire Geography is emphasized.

Our study group is discussing the issue of whether the area that the Roman Empire came to control made sense as a geographical unit? As a result, this job assesses this possibility.

Chile, Haiti, Peru, Venezuela and Ecuador

Need assistance/ideas on following: Compare the differences and similarities of 5 countries in (physical and cultural) areas. The countries are Chile, Haiti, Peru, Venezuela and Ecuador.

Main Migrations/Origins of Latin America

Review the origins of the main migration into Latin America and how they affect the racial or ethnic composition of at least three countries. When people migrate from Latin America today, where do they go? What elements of Latin American culture have accompanied these migrants to other regions of the World? What are remittance

Latin America Question!

Compare the major goals and criticisms of import substitution and structural adjustment policies in Latin America in the 20th century. What are the main partners in and goals of North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA, and why some people are critical of this group? thank-you for providing me with insight.

Latin America Colombian Exchange

I need some help and direction on this one: 1. What was the Colombian Exchange? Discuss with regard to a) disease, pest, and the demographic and b) the geography of crops and domesticated animals. Thanks so much.

Poverty: Canada & United States

What factors influence rural and urban poverty in the United States and Canada today? Thanks a lot for the insight. I really need some direction and help on this one.

Interpretation of Friedman's The Lexus and the Olive Tree

Start by identifying the author's central thesis and then attempt to outline the key points of the author's main argument. Roughly ¾ of your essay should focus on summarizing the content of the book, whereas ¼ of it should be designated for presenting your own analysis and criticism. Your analysis and criticism may either ad

19th Century Colonial Period: Map and Institutions

1. Take a look at this map attached below. Identify each of the 26 countries that are labeled with numbers. 2. Discuss the series of institutions that the colonial period and its Iberian heritage, having ended in the early decades of the 19th Century, established that are still in place today. Why do you think this is? (Se

Latitude

Los Angeles and Littlerock, AK are approximately at the same latitude. Given this latitudinal similarity, discuss/explain the distinct temperature differences that occur in these two locations during their respective summer and the winter seasons.

How are weather and climate examples of a system?

Background: The physical environment of the Earth is a complex myriad of seemingly discrete variables, e.g. mountains, river valleys, hawks, polar bears, glacial ice, wind, saline ocean water, and on and on and on ... None of the these "separate" environmental entities exists beyond the physical influence of the others. Th