Civilization Goals Today, Fulfilling Business and Marketing, Rather Than Human Rights, Probably.
Dr. Hasan Yahya, Dp.Ph.d: Historian and Sociologist
The title of this article is may be not a mere description but supported by evidence. Let us look at the situation from sociological point of view. The progress as we see it in some advanced countries, which described as civilized of top of world civilization, is equal to regress at small poor countries. While modernization tools were used to make modernization of poor countries to qualify as consumer markets, did not help human rights or make the poor at least satisfied of his/her basic needs, like water, air, and sun, besides suitable habitat to live peacefully and securely. Instead, we observe that cities are filled with impoverished homeless people. The slogan of equal rights on the ground of liberty and freedom under democracy created and produced new slogan which may fit instead. It says: The rich get richer, and the poor get poorer.
The phenomenon of standing persons – male and female- on the corners of the United States City streets may also prove our point. In the developing countries, however, this phenomenon is may be larger in volume and size and quality to include disabled (or pretending to be disabled) old men, women, and children.
Human rights everywhere concerning women as equal to men is lame, its lameness rate vary between nations, but still the gap remains between men and women in many civilized countries.
Ruling people by achieving equality does not come through charitable channels (wealthy billionaires, such as Bell Gates for example) or organizations (mostly religious) as most programs in almost all modern civilized nations to tackle the problem of equality. I believe that application of certain laws is missing from civilized as well as uncivilized governments. People under the assumption of personal or governmental selfishness to achieve the pursuit of happiness for the people is open to errors may stand against expected application of justice.
In terms of marketing and business gains we observe the win-win approach, or carry me, I carry you slogan to make deals between shark-like organizations or companies on the expense of the poor consuming power.
I hope the above evidences show what I meant by the title. To cure this deficiency of justice rules worldwide, we expect human rights as we perceive it to be respected and moral rules to be active toward humanity, not only for marketing and consuming which created the rich-poor gap.
In conclusion the writer may be accused of socialist ideology, which he refuses as emotional ideology carries much less of its announced slogans. Looking at the world and experiencing world economy and politics in the last thirty years or so enhance his new appeal toward world peace, rather than uploading socialist ideology as proved to be inactive in the field of human rights. (486 words) AAE
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Hasan Yahya is a Palestinian Sociologist and Historian, former professor of Comparative Sociology and Educational Administration at Michigan State University and Jackson Community College. He is the Board Editing member at International Humanities Studies (IHS) Journal. Dr. Yahya is the originator of Arab American Encyclopedia and Ihyaa al Turath al Arabi fil Mahjar-USA. His (250 plus) publication may be observed on Amazon and Kindle. To reach the writer: Email: email@example.com
Dr. Yahya Credentials:
Ph.D in Comparative Socioloy 1991, Michigan State University.
Ph.D in Educational Administration, Michigan State Univ.
M.A Psychology of Schhols Conflict Management, Michigan State Univ.
Diploma M.A, Oriental Studies, St. Joseph Univ. Beirut, Lebanon
B.A Modern and Classical Arab Literature
Life Achievements: Publishing 250 plus Books and 1000 plus articles