The World According To Jake s

Editorial

Globalization has many pros and cons with all these pros and cons it is making the world stronger. It's doing this by bringing people together to make products. For example the pencil is made with wood from one country rubber from another metal from a third and graphite from a last. It brings countries together by making them trade and import and export goods from each other which makes connections between countries stronger. Another way globalization is making the world stronger is it helps out poor countries. It does this by giving people jobs in sweat shops or farms and mines to get the materials. Then people who work get money and even if it's small it's something which makes the world stronger because people have more money to then buy things and the multiplier effect will happen and make everyone richer. Those are just a few of the many ways the pros of globalization makes the world stronger.

Path of trade.

WARNING do not climb Mount Everest. It is definitely not worth it. So what there is a great view at the top when you are 29,035 feet up in the air but is it worth risking death. Over 200 people have died on Everest and if you try to climb Everest you could be the next. Does it really seem worth climbing wit's such a chance of death. It's risking so much just to climb a pile of rocks and snow. Do something better with your life it takes about two months to train and climb Mount Everest why would you waste that much time you could spend having fun with friends and family. So as that all shows there is no good reasons to risk your life to climb this mountain just do something worthwhile.

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Q&A

Q: How “black gold” has helped to shape a region?

A: Oil has helped to shape South West and Central Asia. Oil has done this by helping raise per capita gross domestic product. It does this by being a valuable resource that happens to be in SW and Central Asia so the countries can sell it to make money. Another way oil helps shape the region is by giving them money and jobs to help with SW and Central Asia’s HDI. For example, oil gives people the opportunity to work on an oil reserve and make money. In addition, selling oil gives the countries money to invest into health care and raise their life expectancy and medical needs. A natural resource can shape a region. It's all about luck though because a country is very lucky to have a natural resource because not every country has one.

This is a oil drill people can work on a oil drill which gives a place more job opportunities.

Q: How do people adapt to living in a desert region?

A: People adapt to living in a desert region in many ways. one adaptation is by living near a water source like an oasis. An oasis is a fresh body of water that can be used for farming and drinking. This is an adaptation because there isn't much water anywhere else and they need water to live so they get it from an oasis. another adaptation is using mud bricks for houses. People who live in a desert use mud bricks because they can't use wood because that's deforestation which increases desertification. Desertification is when there is nothing to block the way of the desert expansion. Living in a desert is hard but adaptations can help overcome some of the challenges.

This is a desert oasis which shows the only place water is in deserts.

Q: what two forces work for supranational cooperation.

A: There are many centripetal forces that work for supranational cooperation among European nations. One force that works for the supranational cooperation is that the EU has the final say above all individual countries. All of the member countries help create a united government because every country in the EU has a representative or a voice in the way it is run. Another force is that all of the countries come together under one union and this helps embrace diversity. In addition, the EU also makes it possible for people to move freely across borders without tariffs because they are all one union. All of these forces work together to cause supranational cooperation among the members of the EU.

Q: What is the most effective style of government?

A: The most effective style of government is representative democracy. It is the most effective because citizens get to vote for leaders and can help decide who would make good decisions for them. This is better than direct democracy because in a direct democracy citizens vote on every little law, while in representative democracy citizens vote for someone to make choices for them. Ideally, they choose someone that has the same beliefs them and will vote on laws for them. Citizens therefore do not have to vote on every decision, which would take a lot of time. A representative democracy is also better than a dictatorship because in a dictatorship there is only one leader who has total control and citizens have limited rights. With a representative democracy there is more than one person making the decisions and the citizens have chosen who will make these decisions for them. Society is best off when there is a balance between having every voice represented while not forcing citizens to have to vote on every single law or rule on their own.

Q: What makes a good citizen?

A:Being a good citizen means that one must follow their individual responsibilities. Paying taxes and following all the laws that don't violate ones rights. The opportunity to make an informed vote is a right that all are encouraged to take advantage of.The right to freedom of speech is a right that everyone should be able to exercise without fear of authority. In some situations, however, freedom of speech is not fully protected. For example, yelling “bomb” in an airport is not allowed or protected. It can cause panic and lead to being arrested.

In a democracy citizens are allowed to vote.

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