Africa and Its Economy

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This paper is a sociology paper about Africa and how it economy works. It list great detail about the type of economy that Africa is ran by. It is for Sociology of Developing countries and talks about West Africa. There is a lot of resourceful and good information that is included in this paper and it is easy to understand and it is written in APA format, there is also the proper amount of citations in the correct form. I think that it would be useful for any student that is taking a sociology class or maybe it would even work for economics. It also describes how AIDS has a great affect on this country and how money is often used from other countries in order to help fund AIDS programs that help to stop the disease. It is a very detailed description o the characteristics of this disease and how the economy affects it and how people on the outside are available to help and aid these countries. It is a very interesting topic and research helped me to find the exact type of system that it was ran on.

Africa and Its Economy

Samantha Winship

March 10, 2013

Professor Braun

To begin, I chose Africa as the Third World country to discuss during this paper. Africa has struggled deeply in regards to many social and economic issues. Africa is a continent rich with resources, but yet most of all the people still live in poverty and suffer from disease and famine. During this paper I will discuss some of these issues, the history of Africa and the United States, and the general mood of the people in this country. I will use critical thinking and concepts of socialization to analyze these issues.

Africa’s economic system is very unique and in some areas it is one that is very dire. According to my research on the internet I found, “the Africa economy is as diverse as the region. The Southern parts are prosperous whereas the other parts struggle for stability.” (Economy Watch Content, para. 2) Africa...
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