Global Food Crisis
Several theories are associated with Social Change, the social scientific perspective discusses sociocultural rebellion; how it affects the world (Weinstein, 2011). Social cultural evolution has a direct effect on society’s development such as industrialization, metropolitan progress, and cultivated revolt (Weinstein, 2011). Evolutionary theory and human populations are changing; people become victims of tragedies and lose territories causing elimination of the human population (Weinstein, 2011). Karl Marx a German theorist highlighted social conflict as a materialistic explanation of history regarding social provisions and political platforms of revolution (McClelland, 2000). The progressive theory relates to Karl Marx conflict theory, he “argued that in broad outlines Asiatic, ancient, Feudal, and modern bourgeois modes of production can be designated as progressive epochs in the economic formation of society” (Weinstein, 2010, p. 37). His materialistic view is that social life is based on how people perform, which causes rations on needs such as food (McClelland, 2000). I will review three articles: The world food crisis: what is behind it and what we can do, Global Food Crisis: The Fury of the Poor and Antiretroviral Drugs Sold for Food in Kenya’s Slums, relate these articles to and conflict theory.
In reviewing, The World Food Crisis: what is behind it and what we can do (2000), emphasized the problems associated with global food crisis as a natural disaster because populations become abandoned in the face of enormous devastation as billions face hunger (Holt-Gimenez, 2008). People are going hungry because of unequal trade, lopsided agricultural policies, and unmaintainable development causing a massive divide between wealth and poverty (Holt-Gimenez, 2008). Some corporations are becoming rich as the poor are destroyed, while leaving the rest of the world in ecological and financial danger (Holt-Gimenez, 2008). Karl Marx relates the...
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