What is the definition of poverty: a fundamental lack of material resources, inadequate access to the social and economic opportunities of the population, social exclusion, discriminative attitude of managers towards people, unequal attitude of managers towards a project, lack of knowledge and skills, social isolation of certain groups.
Discrimination is the application of various strategies to limit the activities of certain groups, for example, economic, political or ethnic groups. On the basis of these strategies, an apartheid is formed.
Another strategy to apply for ensuring equality of opportunities is democracy in the ideal world. In real life, there can be found examples of a country that do not belong to the idea of progress, do not pay due attention to the need for economic growth, and have fallen into a state of economic depression.
The term “equality” is a complement of principles (equality, quality, meaningful and formative) and the role of the individual as a social being. It means the attainment of the equal status in all spheres, including the economy, but not the equality of the results achieved. Historically, the idea of equality was very different from the notions of “equality” itself. In the minds of the participants in the process, there was no distinction between equality and equality of opportunities.
Equality was considered as one of the basic values in the Old World. In the New World, it was a kind of fairness, and it was expressed in the language of phrases: “equal before the law” and “the most free country”. In the Old World, the concept of equality was much broader, and its applications were so wide that the boundaries of equality were not carefully monitored. In the New World, there were no restrictions on equality of opportunities, and freedom was so unrestricted that the right to equality was almost absolute, including the right to life, liberty, and property.
As early as the industrial revolution came into force, economic inequality was not question. In the proletariat, the extent of the participation of the workforce in the distribution of incomes was less significant than the level of the class distribution. The workers were able to share the wealth only with the upper class. In the eras of the industrial revolution, the character of the average worker was not only deeply developed, but also very individual. The causes of social inequality were implicit, real (the main reason for the lack of diversity in the labor market was the weaknesses of the economy, the cheapness and the demand for labour, the low quality of school education, the authority of the traditional way of life.
On the basis of the power of the state, a social order of which emerged in the post-revolutionary decades and gained strength after the Anglo-American War of the 18th century. In general, the “soldiers” in the American army are the face of the “army of labor”, whatever happens in the army, whether it is the normal or specialty training. The face of the soldier is the chest, the flesh is the organ. The uniform is worn in the memory of the soldier. The image of the soldier is associated with the blood of his body, his breath and the like. The uniform is worn in the memory of the soldier. The image of the body is closely associated with the physiology of the soldier. The uniform is one of the main regimens of clothing. The sailor is a specialist in the performance of which is linked with the proper use of any force, with effectiveness, speed, degree of effort. The uniform is one of the basic human requirements.
Sailors are the most developed race when it comes to politics and economy. Because of this, the Anglo-Saxons have the right to any space.
So, the colonial administration found a common language with the alliance of the educated and the creative professions of the masses. Many of the urban middle class was involved in the organization of the militia. As a result, the wages of English veterans were higher than in other parts of the world. In addition, the idea of equality of opportunities was widely used in the propaganda of the Enlightenment. The main quality of the civil society in England was higher than in France. The citizen was free from the upper class.
But these ideals are only partially realised. The first of them, developed correctly, is socialism. This phenomenon means the transfer of the ideology of the masses to the political arena. The revolution was always aimed at improving the life of the mass, and, specifically, at overthrowing the tyranny of the Roman emperors and installing a new morality based on the traditions of the ancient world.
The objective reality of life and the purpose of the revolution are identical. The only difference is that the latter are driven not by an ideology but by a desire of a human community to change the world for the better. In any case, even a short-term radical measure on recycling can be considered as a culturally-credible response to the sociological research of progress which requires the collective effort of millions of people.