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This course will explore the concept of inequality from a systems perspective. The course is structured with a review of inequality as it is used today, a definition of inequality from a systems point of view, and the concept of differencs and diversity. The course connects to the the courses of "Food Energy Water: Foundation systems of modern society" and "BANTER; steering systems of modern society", as we discuss how systems use the differences between them to grow and strengthen society. This course explores the way different social systems, whether people or groups, interact with each other and use the differences between to strengthen and grow. The course then evaluates system concept of differentiation to analyze inequality, and the concept of diversity. In this course we discuss the concepts of inequality, diversity, and difference as applied to social structure and to social systems generally. You will learn in this course that in the universe, terms such as superior and inferior are meaningless. In the universe, only difference matters. Key words for ths course are inequality, diversity, difference, FEW, BANTER.
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|Section 1: Inequality in the modern world|
How society has used the term
What inequality really means in the real world, or universe
Lets draw a distinction between difference and diversity
Get an understanding how foundation systems and steering systems impact the world we live in
Steering systems by global region
Arthur Jackson is the CEO of Arthur Jackson CTC Inc. and has worked extensively in the medical field as a medical technician with doctors in neurology,and as a trainer in Health and safety. He is a retired attorney, from a successful law practice in Pennsylvania, college professor, who has served as chair of several colleges, and as a campus dean. His company educates students in over nine (9) countries globally.