Following our comapraisons of different countries, we have found out how they differ in terms of development, which can lead to inequalities between countries. Today we will discuss these inequalities.
In your groups, discuss these questions. Remember to focus on inequality between countries, or between people living in these countries.
What does inequality mean?
How can you measure inequality?
Why is the world unequal?
Is it possible to have a fully equal world?
As you watch the video, think of the value of the statistics he is presenting in measuring disparity.
In your groups, you will evaluate the claims made by Richard Wilkinson on the definitions and causes of disparity in the world today.
Use examples from the video to present your answers.
Part 3: Visual techniques
In your groups:
list all the visual techniques described in the video.
Can you think of any other ones?
Do some research to find a few more ways you can use visuals imagery to portray a message. Prepare one example for the class.
Put an example of your technique on this slideshow 8B8C
Outcome: Examine the impacts at a variety of scales of trade barriers, agricultural subsidies, bilateral and multilateral agreements, and transnational corporations (TNCs) on the production and availability of food.