The important of demographic factor to business is clear from the fact that management is men and market is people. It is conventionally said that management is men, material, machinery, and money. Even if all the other Ms are excellent, it would not be of unless the men are the right one [in terms of quality, potential, motivation & commitment etc.] Market is people in the sense that the demand depends on the people and their characteristic the number, income levels, taste and preferences, belief, attitude and sentiments and a host of others demographic factors. No wonder, demographic is an important basis of market segmentation. The demographic environment differs from country to country and from one place within the same country or region to another. Further it may change significantly over time. Peter ducker, who emphasizes the tremendous economic and business implication of demographic changes, suggests that any strategy, that is any commitment of present resources to the future expectation, has to start out with demographic.
[...] Democracy is a system of living on the basis of certain social values. What are the peculiar values of democracy? Freedom Equality Fraternity Fundamental rights Social justice Independence of judiciary Let us examine certain circumstances that put these values into practice: All get opportunities Share responsibilities Opinions are expressed freely Respect the opinion of others Accept the opinion of the majority Ensure peoples' participation Every one waits for his/her turn Many more peculiarities can be found out then what is democracy in its total sense? [...]
[...] Arrange a discussion on the ‘role of opposition in a democratic system' Decentralization of power: Generally power is exercised in two ways centralized and decentralized. Democratic societies give preference to decentralized way of exercising power. It is giving strength and priority to the local administrative system that democratic societies try to materialize this. The Panchayati Raj system in India is implemented with this objective in view. India is a nation with large population, wide geographical areas and a lot of varieties. [...]
[...] Pass out one or more index cards to each student and have them write their family's (or selected group's) country or countries of origin on the cards. Each card represents one country of origin, so some students may need multiple cards. Have students take turns building a concrete bar graph on the classroom floor by placing their cards in bars with others who have similar ancestry. Discuss the following questions: How do the ancestry patterns of your class compare to those on the "Past Moves, Present Patterns" map? [...]
[...] It is conceivable that having fewer children means that the child becomes more and more precious and that a larger share of the disposable income is spent on it. This apparently has already happened in china where a majority of families have only one child. Many families, there, despite there poverty, apparently spend more on the single child than they used to spend on three or four children. There are signs in other countries like Germany, Italy and even in the united states of similar developments. [...]
[...] Colgate Palmolive has successful promoted it's toothpaste Hispanic community thoughts ads that place less emphasis on health and more emphasis on appearance. Marketers must, however, be careful not to over-generalize about ethnic groups because within each ethnic groups there are consumer who are different from each other. Human migration: Human migration denotes any movement by humans from one locality to another, often over long distances or in large groups. Human Evolution Anthropology Early Humans Cultures Archaeology Humans are known to have extensively migrated throughout history. [...]
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