What does switched on mean?
Those in favour of globalisation claim that increased connections will improve many countries economic development which improves standards of living.
What does switched off mean?
Those against globalisation argue that it leads to corrupt practices and also that countries and people are left behind, globalisation creates a 2 speed world.
What factors are switched on, physical geography? (3)
Natural resources (oil)
Strategic location such as a coastline as it is good for trade
Physical factors such as a flat land & climate
What factors are switched off, physical geography? (3)
Poor resources for agriculture Physical isolation (landlocked) Highly vulnerable to climate change or natural hazards
What factors are switched on, human geography? (4)
Large labour force
Different languages spoken
Skilled labour (Universities)
Investment from TNCs
What factors are switched off, human geography? (5)
Poor health/disease lack of skills eg literacy political isolation Resources controlled not shared equally civil war/ethnic clashes
What country is completely switched off?
Why is Zambia struggling to switch on
How is Tanzania switching on?
cotton farming thanks to volcanic soils which is creating jobs in agriculture