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DVM 2110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deontological Ethics, Epidemiological Transition, Social Inequality

International Development and Globalization
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DVM 2110
Sonia Gulati
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DVM 2110A Final Exam Review
I just took the exam so I’ll include some things that were covered. I’ll bold topics that were
mentioned more than once;
Know about sex-selective abortions, like if it’s legally banned in India and China
Know the different types of ethics, specifically the differences between things like
deontological, teleological, and virtue (as these were mentioned most often)
Know the percentage of disabled people living in developing countries
Know by how much the global temperature has risen in the past 100 years
Know the differences between primary, secondary, and tertiary care
Know the different models of disability, ie. Medical, social, economic,
philanthropic. There are at least 5 questions about this!! Know what MDG recently
reflected on disability (universal access to primary education)
Make sure you read the reading about the impacts of women receiving education in
The video on disabled refugees that was presented in the DGDs is mentioned
There are a lot of questions about disabled people so study that unit especially
Know the difference between relative and absolute poverty, as well as poverty relief and
poverty reduction
Know the differences between ethical paralysis and righteous seizure
There’s a specific question about John Humphrey and what he did (hint: he wrote the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
There are a number of questions using graphs but these are pretty straight-
You need to know what epidemiological transition is
Know your poverty indicators
A lot of focus on girls’ education, such as what factors negatively impact girls’
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