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 Form 2 History and Government Development of Industries Online Video Lessons

Factors undermining scientific revolution in third world countries.

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Factors undermining scientific revolution in third world countries.
(a) Lack of enough funds for scientific research.
(b) High level of ignorance and illiteracy.
(c) The educational systems do not allow for development of inquisitive mind and development of interest in science.
(d) The brain –drain; the few specialized scientists have migrated to areas with greener pastures like Europe and America.
(e) There is too much dependence on developed countries for nearly everything manufactured or scientifically produced.
(f) Lack of adequate support from the government. This is clear in the type of budgetary allocations to scientific research.


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