publication . Article . 2015

Literacy, health and economic factors

Kukubajska, Marija Emilija; Koceva, Sonja;
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  • Published: 04 Dec 2015
  • Publisher: Institute for Knowledge Management, Skopje Macedonia
  • Country: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Abstract
Economic disadvantage in less developed regions of the world is expected to result into higher illiteracy rate, among children in particular. Some developed countries do not follow this pattern. A paradox indicates: they pay special attention to nutrition and dietetics, yet record surprising illiteracy. Poor regions welcome new concepts of healthy nutrition and healthy education, while they also integrate existing traditional nutrition, just as developed societies promote health agricultural and livestock production. However, poor regions are usually those where millions of children and adults die of hunger as literacy or education incentives remain minimal or a...
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free text keywords: Educational sciences, Languages and literature, Other humanities, Other social sciences
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