Who are the winners and losers of globalization?
there are heaps of winners and losers of globalization - the poor people who work in factories mass producing cloths and shoes etc. for such a small amount of money are losers because their dignity is affected and they are working long hours for nearly no money. These workers are also winners because getting some money is better than no money at all and there government is happy because there economy is slowly growing. the CEOs of big companies are winners because they are getting their products made for such a small amount of money and they can then sell it in expensively and gain so much more money. The consumers are losers because we are paying so much money for something that cost so little to make. The CEOs are also losers in an ethical since because they are ripping people off and so are the governments of developing companies, they could demand that the workers get paid more but they don't because then they may say no and take their business to a completely different country and everyone in that country would suffer. this is merely the beginning of the answer but i hope it helps.
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A loser, or unfortunate human, may be genetically predisposed to be lax, or uninitiated into society. This is not a scientific fact, but alcoholism and substance abuse is sometimes genetic. A loser doesn't apply him or herself to usual goals, or productive behavior. Loser is not a correct term for… the mentally ill, or downtrodden. It is offensive and primarily pretentious. Loser, and Winner should stay on the gaming spectrums of life. Loser can be a word applied to oneself, as well. These individuals need good psychological help in overcoming the weight of such a term. Loser is used too loosely and provocatively. ANSWER society would have us believe that your awinner if you have the best job, the most in your wage packet, are the most beautiful or handsome, most well known and famous of course none of that really makes anyone a winner unless they are truly happy with what ever it is, truly happy with their life and truly happy with themselves i think as always what makes someone, you, a winner, is the persons own individual ideas of sucess, whether this is the best job, good looks, high pay, happiness, love self confidence etc whatever your idea of winning and losing in your life is what you should live by, if you are not happy and feel like a loser doing the job you do because YOU don't want to be doing it, or YOU feel its not high enough merit for you, then change it don't change it because society and other people think you should or because they think you are a 'loser' its your life and your ideals, we all have our own ideals and that's a part of our individual rights and lives admire from afar things you may never do, for what ever reason you may not get to do it, we all have that, but it never makes us losers just humans living this life as we can technically your a winner if you can say honestly you are happy being who you are, although by that standard, not many of us are winners! but that's the human condition, we are never happy and always want more f4 ( Full Answer )
- Someone who gives up on things too quickly without trying - A follower/wannabe/power - A social outcast Someone that is ignorant and self centered and does not care about anyone but themselves.
To be a winner means you win, have good luck, and are fortunate in life, so to be a loser which is opposite means you are not fortunate, have no good luck but bad, and you simply lose.
Nobody is a loser.. Everyone has a combination of talents that are completely unique to him or her. Not everyone uses their talents to the best of their ability, but even this does not make them losers. We are all individual, worthwhile people.
The winners were the Allies, consisting mainly of England, America and Russia, along with France, Canada, and some others. The losers were the Axis, consisting mainly of Germany and Japan, as well as Italy and some others.
the Peloponnesian war was bad for the losers because the Athenians which were the losers, lost their homeland and it was also bad for the winners because the winners were all the city-states and after the war they won a lot people lost their jobs and their home. It was also bad for the winners becau…se the Spartans and the other city-states lost a lot of men afetr the war. ( Full Answer )
a loser is somebody that loses but there are just loser. Someone who doesnt have many friends. Is unathletic. Part of a geeky club. If you are one then if you have glasses take them off and wear contacts. Try a new style. ( if you have to ) If you see some of the kids that are more popular and bette…r than you then try to dress like them. ( but if they are rich and you are not then try talking your parents into buy clothes like them for u. ) When you try to be more like them cewhances are that their going to tease you.Look in a big or look up really good disses to set them off to show them your not weak. weakness gives them the feeling that they will tease yhat ou and they want you to feel all sad. If they don't though train and work out. do some sports. Practice some sports. Show them that you can be them. Hope this helps. Good luck!!! ( Full Answer )
Bahaha someone's in Poole's class. If it is for Poole's class, the answers will be found in the podcast lecture for November 18th/20th. If you would like to get some last minute studying please contact.
The answer to this question is stated by war correspondent Dick Ennis (played by actor Robert Mitchum), in the 1968 film release, "Anzio." He will give the answer towards the end of the film, after re-boarding a naval ship, and enters the bridge.
wel the losers had all been retreated, left to die because the other army had shot them all and the winners they celobrated and took over england in 1066 and they were very strict on england!
I was able to get them to email me some info. It had a Publishers Clearing House logo on it I call PCH and it is a scam Consumer Global Awards is just trying to scam hard working people out of their money
Tug O War This is because the winners go backward and the losers go forward into a puddle of mud (at least how I play)
They might not. Yo-yo weight loss is very common. To maintain their weight loss, they simply need to consume as many calories as they expend- slightly more than they were consuming when they were losing.
De-arm, accept the peace treaty (blame and guilt), pay reparations and give away certain lands to the 'winners'.
Winners are people who win and keep on going, losers are people who lose and don't keep on going, but a loser that loses but keeps on going are IDIOTS!
Season 1 Winner: Ryan Benson Season 1 At-Home Winner: Dave Fioravanti Season 2 Winner: Matt Hoover Season 2 At-Home Winner: Pete Thomas Season 3 Winner: Erik Chopin Season 3 At-Home Winner: Brian Starkey Season 4 Winner: Bill Germanakos Season 4 At-Home Winner: Jim Germanakos Sea…son 5 Winner: Ali Vincent Season 5 At-Home Winner: Bernie Salazar Season 6 Winner: Michelle Aguilar Season 6 At-Home Winner: Heba Salama Season 7 Winner: Helen Phillips Season 7 At-Home Winner: Jerry Hayes Season 8 Winner: Danny Cahill Season 8 At-Home Winner: Rebecca Meyer Season 9 Winner: Michael Ventrella Season 9 At-Home Winner: Koli Palu Season 10 Winner: Patrick House Season 10 At-Home Winner: Mark Pinkhasovich Season 11 of The Biggest Loser premieres January 4, 2011! Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Who_were_the_biggest_loser_winners#ixzz18vKy8IDo . ( Full Answer )
Bill Germanakos, who was on the black team won the grand prize. His twin brother, Jim Germanakos, won the at-home prize and earned $100,000. They became the first twins on the show, and the first couple to win both the grand prize and the at-home prize.
usually because the losing nation does not want to spread its shame or lie in order to make it look like they won. Imagine a World War II game made by the Nazis, how well would that work answer: not very well at all.
Season 1 Winner: Ryan Benson Season 1 At-Home Winner: Dave Fioravanti Season 2 Winner: Matt Hoover Season 2 At-Home Winner: Pete Thomas Season 3 Winner: Erik Chopin Season 3 At-Home Winner: Brian Starkey Season 4 Winner: Bill Germanakos Season 4 At-Home Winner: Jim Germanakos Sea…son 5 Winner: Ali Vincent Season 5 At-Home Winner: Bernie Salazar Season 6 Winner: Michelle Aguilar Season 6 At-Home Winner: Heba Salama Season 7 Winner: Helen Phillips Season 7 At-Home Winner: Jerry Hayes Season 8 Winner: Danny Cahill Season 8 At-Home Winner: Rebecca Meyer Season 9 Winner: Michael Ventrella Season 9 At-Home Winner: Koli Palu Season 10 Winner: Patrick House Season 10 At-Home Winner: Mark Pinkhasovich Season 11 of The Biggest Loser premieres January 4, 2011! ( Full Answer )
Very little information has been released about season 8 of The Biggest Loser. The show has not even begun airing yet. The Show will begin to air in September. In the finale, they showed the name of one contestan that will be in season 8. _____________________________________________________________…___________ I think the winner was "Danny Cahill". Glad to help! ~SuperCat ( Full Answer )
The winners were USA, Japan, and the colonies The losers were Germany, Hungary, Bulgaria, Austro-HungarianEmpire, and the Ottoman Empire
true . it needs to focus on India as a primary market and work towards the recognition of direct selling as an industry which will provide money earning and honest opportunity to the countrymen. money to the poor means less of illness, more of education , more of prosperity, etc and many more develo…pment within rural India. ( Full Answer )
It's probably a loser. Read the official game rules, they probably say something like "the Lottery will not pay prizes on tickets that have been forged, altered, mutilated or misprinted". The computer systems that pay prizes are able to know whether the ticket was intended to be a winner or not.
The primary cause of the war was a lack of respect on the part of England; a carry over (bad attitude) from the Revolutionary War (1775-1783). Kidnapping US seaman on the high seas, and then burning their "former" colonies capital (which is why it's painted white today, to cover the burn marks). W…hen America defeated the British in 1814, England treated America with more respect, treated the US as a country (nation) and not as an estranged relative. AFTER the war, Britain and America became friends; thru the Mexican War of 1846, thru the Crimean War of 1853, thru the US Civil War of 1861...Britain and the US have been friends. ( Full Answer )
trade is serious, it's about reaching a win-win situation, it is not like a game or something, maybe there will be some countries get more benefits, but both will get better off than they don't trade at all.
The people that made the weapons on both sides and those that were in a position to take advantage of war reparations that were made by Germany while it lasted.
Outsourcing produces winners when the project was managed right by the right outsourcing provider, helping businesses gain revenues in the process. Outsourcing produces losers when expected results are not met or when costs tripled than lowered.
The big winner of the Seven Year's War was Britain because they had emerged with lands gained from France and other major winnings. Britain was also the only country of the five in that war to not have an absolute monarch. The major loser was France because they lost Canada and and most of its lands… in India to Britain. Another loser in the war was Austria because the Hapsburg ruler, Maria Theresa, had not achieved her goal of gaining the land of Silesia back from the Prussians and Frederick II the Great. The war of Austria, France, and Russia vs. Britain and Prussia ended with the signing of the Peace of Paris. ( Full Answer )
winners: Sweden, France(very important), and United Netherlands Losers: Austria, Spain, and Germany (Also very important)
Well, I'd recommend just using a yellow highlighter for the winners and red or some other color for the losers (if it's on paper).
the winners and losers of the fuedal and it depends if its a king or a vassal.
That would be the United Kingdom, who was the owner of the world's largest empire.
Well, we learned about this topic in class. Since it was so far back, i assume we don't know as of know. Though i assume they went dancing in the clubs!JKLOL!
because they were awesome and cool at the same time. I know its like that.
What were the results of the hundred years' war who were the winners and losers within both countries?
There were many results but a few would be population decline inFrance, and in England, since they spent almost 5 million dollarson war effort, they had to charge high taxes which caused manyaggravated and angry peasants and poor people
he was a it of both really go on wikapedia and find out more info
Jenny's Dad sadly past away. SO DEVO Recourse: My Best Friend, Friend plays a role in the show
The Europeans benefited from the slave trade more so than the Africans. Europeans traded mainly weapons to Africans, in which they sold their own people as slaves.
the reason being is because there are a number of spots open andonly a few get choosen and the rest dont get anything which is whythey are considered losers.
\n. Dani won. She was originally on the white team with Jillian, then she was on the pink team and she won by 1 pound.
The Biggest Loser is a very popular reality television series. Past winners of the series include Dannielle "Danni" Allen, Olivia Ward, and Alex Reid.
The winners of the Biggest Loser 2013 was Robyn and Katie. Together they lost 86.6 kilograms. Also as they won the competition, they won a prize of $200,000.
The cast of Winners and Losers - 1988 includes: Genevieve Allenbury as Quita Derek Anders as Gavin Thomas Baptiste as Angelis Blythe Brockett as Nurse Terri Cavers as Woman at Boxing Anthony Cochrane as Jewellery Assistant James Cosmo as Frank Kerr Helen Dorward as Mrs. Innes James Durrell as Priest… Ewen Emery as Doorman at Casino Jackie Farrell as Fight MC Harry Gibbs as Referee Leslie Grantham as Eddie Burt Martin Heller as James Borrowman Ewan Hooper as Mr. Innes Alex Howden as Davie Finney Ray Jeffries as Site Foreman Eric Joseph as Pianist at Restaurant George Lane Cooper as Referee Patrick Lewsley as Fight MC James Logan as Archie McAteer Stephen MacDonald as Mr.Graham Alexander Morton as Ross Stuart Mungall as Neil Sandy Neilson as Physiotherapist Rachel Ogilvy as Girl at Pool Alibe Parsons Caroline Paterson as Meg Kerr Dinny Powell as Referee Judi Slater as Singer at Restaurant Denise Stephenson as Jo Graham Jim Watt as himself ( Full Answer )
Airline - 2004 Winners and Losers - 1.6 was released on: USA: 19 January 2004
Losers and Winners - 2006 was released on: Germany: 30 October 2006 (Leipzig DOK Festival) USA: 31 March 2007 (Chicago International Documentary Film Festival) USA: 21 April 2007 (WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival) Canada: 25 April 2007 (Hot Docs International Documentary Festiv…al) Ireland: 15 September 2007 (Stranger than Fiction Festival) Mexico: 12 October 2007 (Morelia Film Festival) USA: 10 November 2007 (Margaret Mead Film Festival) Poland: 8 December 2007 (International Film Festival Watch Docs. Human Rights in Film. Warsaw.) ( Full Answer )
Calucci's Department - 1973 Winners and Losers 1-5 was released on: USA: 12 October 1973
THS Investigates Vegas Winners and Losers - 2008 TV was released on: USA: 13 June 2008
This Indie Thing - 2010 Winners and Losers 2-23 was released on: USA: 3 October 2011
Room for Two - 1992 Winners and Other Losers 1-7 was released on: USA: 29 April 1992
Paradise Falls - 2001 Winners and Losers 3-7 was released on: USA: 23 May 2008 Canada: 30 September 2009