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Giving Up Luxuries
An overview of the debate on whether giving up luxuries helps or hurts the poor of the developing world.
# 143099 | 2,250 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Sociology (General)


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The paper relates that the broad topic under discussion by the Debate panel on the TVO Agenda broadcast - "Giving Up Luxuries" (broadcast Wednesday, October 17, 2007) - was "conflict commodities" with particular attention being focused upon a range of economic, social, and ethical questions relating to the consumption of these commodities, produced in the developing world, by populations in the developed world. This paper critically explores the range of issues discussed during the course of the debate, as well as the diverse perspectives and arguments raised by the different panellists. As is seen, while there were no radical or substantive differences between the panellists, their perspectives did differ in terms of emphasis and approach.

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"The broad topic under discussion by the Debate panel on the TVO Agenda broadcast - "Giving Up Luxuries" (broadcast Wednesday, October 17, 2007) - was "conflict commodities" with particular attention being focused upon a range of economic, social, and ethical questions relating to the consumption of these commodities, produced in the developing world, by populations in the developed world."

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