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SOC450 Solutions to Global Issues

Quiz 2 SET 1

Question 1

One result of the Green Revolution of the 1970s was:

Question 2

The market-driven approach to economics holds that:

Question 3

Of the Earth’s current population, approximately how much of the population is chronically malnourished?

Question 4

The country best known for the state approach in the 1980s, where the government played a central role in economic decision-making was:

Question 5

Current United Nations models of global population growth and food production lead to the prediction that:

Question 6

According to your textbook, what factor is most likely to contribute to a global food shortage?

Question 7

One reason people do not get enough to eat in a country is because:

Question 8

The primary function of GATT (General Agreement on Tarrifs and Trades) was to:

Question 9

Which is most likely to occur if we continue with current practices in farming and resource usage?

Question 10

If we need to grow 50 percent more food to supply the Earth’s population increase by 2030, what is the most likely result?

 

 

 

 

 

SOC450 Solutions to Global Issues

Quiz 2 SET 2

Question 1

Which part of the world has seen the most significant decrease in the number of people living in extreme poverty since 1981? Refer to the charts in Figure 2.2 (pg 54 of your textbook).

Question 2

According to your textbook, what factor is most likely to contribute to a global food shortage?

Question 3

The loss of farmland in the developing world is likely a result of which of the following factors?

Question 4

Which of the following is a true statement?

Question 5

Current United Nations models of global population growth and food production lead to the prediction that:

Question 6

One reason people do not get enough to eat in a country is because:

Question 7

Current models of climate change indicate that:

Question 8

The primary function of GATT (General Agreement on Tarrifs and Trades) was to:

Question 9

If we need to grow 50 percent more food to supply the Earth’s population increase by 2030, what is the most likely result?

Question 10

Which of the following factors contributes most to soil erosion?

 

 

 

 

 

SOC450 Solutions to Global Issues

Quiz 2 SET 3

Question 1

Which of the following is a true statement?

Question 2

Which is most likely to occur if we continue with current practices in farming and resource usage?

Question 3

Which part of the world has seen the most significant decrease in the number of people living in extreme poverty since 1981? Refer to the charts in Figure 2.2 (pg 54 of your textbook).

Question 4

At the present rate of economic growth in the developed world, what can we expect for the future?

Question 5

Which of the following factors contributes most to soil erosion?

Question 6

Based on Figure 3.2 in your textbook, which of the following countries have a relatively high dependency on agricultural output for their Gross Domestic Product (GDP)?

Question 7

The primary function of GATT (General Agreement on Tarrifs and Trades) was to:

Question 8

According to your textbook, what factor is most likely to contribute to a global food shortage?

Question 9

Current United Nations models of global population growth and food production lead to the prediction that:

Question 10

If we need to grow 50 percent more food to supply the Earth’s population increase by 2030, what is the most likely result?

 

 

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