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    1. “ungovernable” spaces
    2. alternate forms of governance and coercion
    3. proliferation of organized crime
    4. poverty
    5. overcrowding
    6. Large concentrated populations create very large vulnerabilities.
    7. greater opportunities for terrorists and other non-state actors
    8. greater collaboration and information sharing between and among the various agencies tasked with the defense and security of the nation and the vast majority of the population
    9. hallenge to the Legitimacy of Traditional Defense and Security Forces
    10. humanitarian, defense and security challenges
    11. non-state actors such as terrorists and revolutionaries
    12. Defense organizations will also be challenged
    13. higher level of interagency information-sharing and collaboration
    14. Providing adequate police and security for these areas will be costly
    15. growth of radicalization and alternative governance structures
    16. outpacegovernments ability to provide basicservices
    17. explosion in urbanization
    18. aggregate power will rival
    19. in emerging economies, new cities will rise rapidly
    20. In developed economies and older cities in the developing world, infrastructure will be strained to the utmost— and beyond—as populations expand
  9. Jun 2016
    1. p. 71

      Gheen and Midgely 1999 examined "how teachers' reports of social comparison practices related to avoiding novelty and chellenge. They found that teachers' reports of informative social comparison practices related to slightly higher levels of avoidance. However, these practices weakened the association between self-efficacy and avoiding novelty and challenge. In classrooms where teachers were high in their use of interstudent discussion about how to improve one's own work, low- and high-efficacy students were on a more equal footing when it came to avoiding novelty challenge. However, in classrooms where teachers reported using high levels of relative ability social comparison practices, low self-efficacy students' avoidance was higher than that of high self-efficacy students'"