Student or Learner
I'm doing a project on Economic disparity, development, and why there is so much poverty.
This is my thesis statement:
"Economic disparity and development is the driving force behind all poverty, along with the dangerously augmenting world population, as it draws its roots from economic, climatic, and naturalistic means within a dangerous poverty cycle."
can you tell me if it is grammatically correct? Thanks. God Bless.
Yes, thank you for you input; you were right on. It was very ambiguous. I changed it to something that was simple and to the point.
Development is a cause of poverty?
That and economic disparity are two forces, if so.
But is it accurate to say "Economic disparity drives poverty? Is it not a symptom or result?
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.