nonindustrialized

non•in•dus•tri•a•lized

(ˌnɒn ɪnˈdʌs tri əˌlaɪzd)

adj.
(of an area, nation, etc.) not industrialized; lacking large-scale manufacturing technology and other industry.
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Anorexia nervosa is most common in postindustrial and high-income countries; however, the prevalence in nonindustrialized or lower income countries is uncertain.
The Pennsylvania State University's Frederick Wernstedt, for example, spent decades obtaining invaluable datasets, particularly from nonindustrialized countries, where personal contacts had to be exploited and political barriers overcome (Vose et al.
War, particularly ethnic conflicts in nonindustrialized societies, also plays a causal role in identity formation.
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The educational effects of clinical rotations in nonindustrialized countries.
Today, these methods may be defined as complementary medicine, but they play a critical role in serving the needs of people living in both industrialized and nonindustrialized countries (World Health Organization, 2013).
In a previous study using the timed loaded standing (TLS) test, female patients with CFS showed lower combined trunk and arm endurance than female nondisabled controls, women living in nonindustrialized countries with no diagnosis of CFS, and even older female osteoporotic patients [6-7].
Focusing on the role of community leaders in resolving disputes in certain small, nonindustrialized cultures, Professor Mnookin went on to say, "[Although a more intimate form of adjudication might be desirable, it is unclear that such a system could be implemented on a broad scale.
It has new information on girls' education in nonindustrialized countries, white privilege, nonmaternal child care, alternatives to abortion, ethnicity and smoking during pregnancy, the cesarean-section problem, and research on lesbian mothers.
2012) realized that information on the association of neurodevelopment and coexposure to multiple chemicals is limited; the scientific literature is even more scarce for the specific exposure to small amounts of ethylmercury derived from TCVs (Oken and Bellinger 2008), which are largely used in nonindustrialized countries.
As we can see, the effects of industrialization and manufacturing, beginning with the industrial revolution in Great Britain and later to Europe and America, are very apparent as we look at the standards of living in comparison to other nonindustrialized nations.
If successful, Arthurdale would have paved the way for the rest of America to become a place of decentralized, nonindustrialized subsistence homesteads.