This discovery may also help explain economic underdevelopment.
Collective poverty is usually related to economic underdevelopment.
Westerners often think of sub-Saharan Africa as an undifferentiated landscape of underdevelopment, but that’s far from the case.
This is underpinned by an ocean of debt following years of underdevelopment due to the military regime and international sanctions.
Building solid democracies on the foundations of inequality and underdevelopment was never going to be easy.
A combination of high illiteracy rates and severe economic underdevelopment slowed the growth of any strong literary traditions.
He bemoaned slavery, colonisation and subsequent exploitation, and vehemently argued that underdevelopment could be conquered in 20 years.
The term “cerebellar hypoplasia”, meaning underdevelopment of the cerebellum, led her and Ethan to Dr Schmahmann’s office in Boston the following year.
Another reason for economic underdevelopment among American Indian peoples is the historical lack of quality schools for native children and young people.
The field of development economics is concerned with the causes of underdevelopment and with policies that may accelerate the rate of growth of per capita income.
Its economic composition in some respects mirrors India’s unique mosaic of prosperity and technological achievement vis-à-vis impoverishment and underdevelopment.
But it seems reductionist at best to hold that cultural dependence and economic underdevelopment always determine a philosophy’s shortcomings in the features relevant here.
His supposed radicalism only reflects the wishes of the Brazilian people, who are tired of so much corruption, so much left-wing ideology and so much poverty and underdevelopment.
Social conditions, inequality, and underdevelopment are considered in Susan Eckstein, The Poverty of Revolution: The State and the Urban Poor in Mexico (1977, reissued 1988); Wayne A.
Yet his own version paints ordinary Haitians as the passive victims of foreign and domestic malefactors, with no “inherent shortcomings” or responsibility for their society's underdevelopment.
He was called home in 1965 by his father, Saʿīd ibn Taymūr, who kept his son a virtual prisoner for six years while maintaining his subjects in a state of relative underdevelopment despite the country’s growing oil revenues.
…a genre known as the regionalist novel of the Northeast, which emerged during the 1930s when a group of novelists in Brazil’s Northeast dramatized that region’s decline and underdevelopment after the heyday of sugar production.
But, before consigning a fifth of humanity to the dustbin of economic history, one might consider, more broadly, whether it makes sense to place such an emphasis on religion in explaining the underdevelopment of so many Muslim countries.
A common point existed between the Christian Democratic Party and the Marxist parties—the wish to weaken the old economic and political oligarchy and to try to rescue the country from its chronic underdevelopment by more decisive action in the agrarian sectors.
Although both biological and environmental factors play a role in the development of psychopathy and sociopathy, it is generally agreed that psychopathy is chiefly a genetic or inherited condition, notably related to the underdevelopment of parts of the brain responsible for emotional regulation and impulse control.
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Although both biological and environmental factors play a role in the development of psychopathy and sociopathy it is generally agreed that psychopathy is chiefly a genetic or inherited condition notably related to the underdevelopment of parts of the brain responsible for emotional regulation and impulse control