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  2. Globalisation, Poverty And Inequality
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  3. Where Should We Look To Find The Causes Of Education Inequality?
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  4. Poverty And Inequality
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  5. Causes Of Prejudice: The Sociology Of Prejudice
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  6. Sociological Theories Of Religion
    Sociological Theories of Religion Evelyn Richardson SOC101: Introduction to Sociology Amy Reid April 30, 2012 The three major sociological theories, functionalism...
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  7. Describe And Evaluate The Effectiveness Of Sociological Theories In Explaining The Role Of The Public Services...
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  8. Sociological Theories & Education
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  9. Sociological Theories Examining The Effects Of The Media To The Development Of Modern Society
    What is sociology and why is different from “common sense” assumptions or” journalistic” argument? Max Weber one of the founding fathers of sociology, defined sociology as...
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  10. Sociological Causes Of Crime
    There are a large number of theories which seek to explain the motivation behind criminal behavior. Some of these theories attribute crime causation to a person’s...
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  11. Social Inequalities In Health
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  12. Alleviation Of Poverty By Selling To The Bottom Of The Pyramid
    University of Bedfordshire | Alleviation of Poverty by Selling to the Bottom of the Pyramid | Applied Management Project –BSS000-6 | | Suman Thummala - 0920629...
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  13. Poverty
    Causes of Poverty • by Anup Shah • This Page Last Updated Saturday, April 15, 2006 • Half the world — nearly three billion people — live on less...
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  14. What Can We Do About Children’s Poverty And Inequality, And What Can Be Done Better?
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  15. Poverty In Guyana
    Poverty in Guyana Poverty is one of the most prevalent and persistent social problem within Guyana. By sharing theories, concepts and principles there are many different...
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  16. The Statistics Of Poverty And Inequality
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  17. Does Poverty Affects Lives?
    Does Poverty Affect Lives? Poverty is word which means “the condition of having an insufficient amount of resources or an income.” But, why is this happening to the...
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  18. Poverty In Pakistan
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  19. Rural Poverty
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  20. Sociology
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  21. Globalisation
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  22. Transformation Of Social Order With Social Change
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  23. Sociological Theories
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  24. Role Of School
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  25. How Does The Benedictine Value Of Community Relate To Individual Isolation? And/Or How Does The Benedictine Value...
    poverty and inequality today. Poverty in the United States "officially" refers to people who fall below the "official poverty line."  In general, however, poverty...
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  27. Woman Security
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  28. Suddenly The Film Scene Is Becoming Our Scene
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  29. Usa And Drugs
    The United States faces a myriad of social problems, including but not limited to homelessness, substance abuse, crime, poverty, health crises such as AIDS, racism...
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  30. Development In Srilanaka
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