On the contrary, colonists immigrating to the Chesapeake region tended to be younger and traveled overseas alone instead of in families. Settlers were mainly men, with very few women making the voyage to America. As a result of the lack of women in the Chesapeake,
Christopher Columbus , on his written memoirs noted some facts concerning the native Indians (Columbus ' reports to Ferdinand and Isabella  . Columbus noted that they do not have any knowledge of metal craft , that the natives do not know how to make and use weapons probably because of the fact that they have no need for it since they are peaceful beings , that they do not seem to practice Cannibalism unlike other primitive natives and that the natives are very generous with what they have , up to the extent of actually offering what they have to others . The natives were also observed not to have practiced idolatry , but believes that everything associated with good comes from heaven , that the Indians revere them probably in reference to their color and the innovative things they possess , and that the Indians were observed not to have any individual inclination to own any object privately . Everything they have is distributed by a single person who is in charge of doing this Two other explorers going by the name Jacques Cartier , and Thomas Harriot made the same evaluation that the Indians on that continent were very generous with what they have , that the Indians are a poor people in terms of knowledge and skill , and that this is probably the primary reason for them to seek our friendship (Cartier , J .  , and that the Indians have this notion that the equipment the colonizers brought were things made by the celestial beings themselves (Harriot T
It also claims that they are a classless society, but in reality the citizens are divided into ranks according to their family history. In addition, North Korea is one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. Most people suffer from starvation and live very poorly. On the other hand, living in South Korea is very similar to living in the United States. The citizens are not controlled by the government and they are free to live a normal life.
The Amish population has basically been isolating themselves from the influences of the macro culture for several years. The Amish population is at about 192,000, with seventy percent of that total in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. Being isolated, the Amish have managed to stay very traditional, and have steered away from advancing with technology. The Amish people do not have phones and have no electricity. They, also, view farming as a way of life, using modern farm equipment drawn by horses or mules and not permitting tractors in their fields.
The only reason why the USA is able to sustain their use is because they have reliable water sources and manage the supplies well. Ghana has the least use of water. Although Ghana lies on the tropics and have rainfall seasons giving them absolutely no physical water stress, they have financial insecurity so are unable to extract and use the water supply. It is also an LEDC so there is a lack of hygiene which means that there are risks of water Bourne diseases making it dangerous for consumption thus the reason why domestic use is low ( less than 100 cubic meters pp). Ghana may also lack the infrastructure i.e pipelines for transporting water making it hard for investments needed to become industrialised therefore the reason why it's low ( less than 100 cubic meters pp) Egypt although being part of the Sahel region uses a significant amount of water.
The NOs acted like separate, self-sufficient entities and often developed their own technology or products based on local market conditions. The PDs, however, couldn’t exercise its formal function of “development, production, and global distribution” due to its distance from the decentralized operations. Philips spent many years trying to restructure itself so that the company would pursue more of an efficient global strategy. Matsushita, on the other hand, adopted the global strategy in which there was a highly centralized management structure situated in Osaka, Japan and separate product divisions that also “maintained strong operating control over their offshore production units.” Matsushita had several plants in Southeast Asia, Central and South America, and eventually in the Americas and Europe. Its economy of scale helped profitability, quality improvements, and even met production needs of other companies.
Additionally, the low level of participation replicates that only white, male property owners were able to cast their vote. Today, Americans’ experience a moderate level of both contestation and participation emulating that only two political parties vie for government control and that not nearly all eligible voters participate in elections. The moderate level of contestation that Americans’ experience today is in comparison to the other levels of contestation around the world. Take for example a dictatorship. This would exemplify an extremely low level of contestation because virtually one person would be competing for government control.
He described his nation as a place with “…no drinking water, electricity, sewage system, public transportation, sense of hygiene, discipline, courtesy, or punctuality.” (Adiga 2) Balram further describes that his nation is run down, “Electricity poles—defunct. Water tap—broken. Children—too lean and short for their age” Balram becomes successful later in the story and owns twenty-sex Toyota Qualises. (Adiga 274) Although Balram lives in a rundown, third world country, he can still become successful because his location does not matter, as he is a part of Globalization 3.0. According to Freidman, Globalization 3.0 is individuals and small groups globalizing.
They seem to exhibit low involvement in their purchasing decisions of conventional pads because they have not recognized that cushion pads have potential to drive down operational costs. Due to these and highly non-differentiated character of the currently used pads, main buying criterion of the end users turns out to be price. CMI has a great advantage that most of its competitors are substantially smaller than CMI, having shown no strong interest and competence in technical, market, or product development. Also no manufacturers dominated the market and most of the pads were unbranded, having been cut by small and anonymous job shops. This implies a branding gap in the market which CMI could successfully fill in if it can immediately secure issuing of a patent for its product.
[Doc. B] The list of names that immigrated to Virginia consisted of many males and only a few females with no children. [Doc. C] The list only showed their names and age; this represents that they were not of middle/high class and were not considered as “important”; they also didn’t have as many high classes as New England. The shortage of women also affected the society in Virginia.