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7.5 Conclusions: geography, unevenness and inequality
Development has nearly always seemed possible if countries follow through
a series of stages
It is assumed to be organic and positive
Simply more is developing
Radcliffe has argued that developing means considering the geography of an
area
Core geographical development studies that there has been normative
preoccupation with the poor
There character and orientation trends
Globalization is important to history
It showcases the uneven development
Poverty and inequality is constructed as somehow unique
There also is not a single term for third world
Thematic Case Study 7.8: Globalization, Agriculture and Development
Political and economic trends together take the term globalization
1. Increasing importance of the financial structure and global created of
credit, leading to the dominance of finance over production
2. Growing importance of ‘knowledge structure’ with knowledge defined ad a
significant factor of production
3. Transnationalization of technology and increasing of technology
4. Rise of global oligopolies in the form of TNCs: corporations must go global
5. The globalization of production, knowledge and finance
6. New freedom of capital from national regulative control
UN staged first World Food Conference in Rome about food availability and
prices
World economy has changed in many ways
Different corporations have tried to prevent world hunger
In April 1999, an alternative year long seed Satyagraha launched in India to
support GM seeds

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7.5 Conclusions: geography, unevenness and inequality Development has nearly always seemed possible if countries follow through a series of stages It is assumed to be organic and positive Simply more is developing Radcliffe has argued that developing means considering the geography of an area Core geographical development studies that there has been normative preoccupation with the poor There character and orientation trends Globalization is important to history It showcases the uneven development Poverty and inequality is constructed as somehow unique There also is not a single term for third world Thematic Case Study 7.8: Globalization, Agriculture and Development Political and economic trends together take the term globalization 1. Increasing imp
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