2. "The Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race in American Psychology" by Hector Betancourt and Steven Regeser Lopez
3. "Race, Ethnicity, Nationality, and Jellybeans"
4. "The Kardashians invade Armenia!" by TMZ
5. "The Genographic Project" by National Geographic
6. Pages 307-310 of the textbook.
1. "How do we measure poverty?"
2. "What causes poverty?"
3. "The Human Development Report 2014"
1. Which three things make up the HDI and how are each of them related to human development?
2. Explain why and give an example of how GDP per capita can be misleading.
3. What is Purchasing Power Parity and how can it be used as an indicator of wealth?
4. Why are similar rates of growth associated with different rates of poverty reduction?
5. “For us in the developed world to expect those in the less developed world to want any less than what we have now is naïve”. What does this mean to you?
6. “A child born in the industrial world adds more to consumption and pollution over his or her lifetime than do 30-50 children born in developing countries.” –Human Development Report 1998, 1998.
How is this possible and how does it have an effect on the Human Poverty Index?