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Why would women be more vulnerable to living in poverty?
Weegy: We live in a world in which women living in poverty face gross inequalities and injustice from birth to death. [ From poor education to poor nutrition to vulnerable and low pay employment, the sequence of discrimination that a woman may suffer during her entire life is unacceptable but all too common. What does this look like throughout a woman's life? As a baby born into poverty, she might be abandoned and left to die, through the practice of female infanticide. Worldwide, there are 32 million 'missing women'. During her childhood, her proper feeding and nutrition may be neglected out of family favouring of male children. As a girl or woman she may be a victim of female genital mutilation and cutting. 100 to 140 million girls and women around the world have undergone genital mutilation, including 6.5 million in Western countries. Embedded in cultural norms, this act is often carried out with the consent of mothers, in conditions that lead to lifelong pain, infection and premature death. As an adolescent she may be required to have an early marriage.. and young pregnancy puts girls at risk of maternal deaths. ] (More)
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What cultural factors might contribute to women in poverty?
Weegy: An examination of the “feminization of poverty” around the world is approached in terms of the three contributing factors that have been underscored in the women-in-development and gender-anddevelopment (WID/GAD) literature: (1) the growth of [ female-headed households, (2) intra-household inequalities and bias against women and girls, and (3) neoliberal economic policies, including structural adjustments and the post-socialist market transitions. ] (More)
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what are the impacts of globalization on the coffee farmers in Guatemala?
Weegy: Globalisation has had an increasingly significant impact on international marketing. [ [ More and more markets become open to international organisations as the cost and complexity of operating overseas is reduced by globalisation. One of the key drivers of increased international marketing has been reduced costs as a result of globalisation. Organisations are able to access cheap resources and labour in developing countries. This not only allows them to price their products lower, but also opens up a broader market of people with the disposable income to buy more goods and services. New and ever improving communications technology has spread throughout the world, allowing international marketing campaigns to be coordinated all from a domestic base. The internet and mobile phones have opened up entirely new international industries with endless potential. Globalisation has changed the way people shop. Consumers are better able to shop around for good deals and are prepared to buy from overseas without necessarily viewing products first hand. Globalisation has also increased market competition, in turn increasing the importance of effective international marketing. Many organisations cannot rely on the fact that they are the only player in a long held domestic market, there are new competitors from overseas appearing all the time. Transport and distribution systems are more efficient than ever before, making it easier, faster and cheaper for businesses to get their products to consumers. Electronic transfers have also made making and receiving international payments faster and more secure. Finance is more readily available to both consumers and organisations, thanks to the globalisation of many financial providers. Investors are interested in spreading their investments over a wider range of markets to reduce their overall level of risk. An increased availability of capital makes it easier for organisations to finance their international marketing ... (More)
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According to Lehne, a major source of customary homophobia is (Points : 1) psychopathology. physiology. childrearing customs. hierarchy.
Weegy: the answer is childrearing customs. (More)
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