Sociology recognizes that each individual person is the owner of their own life and has the right to live it fully to their on personal manner and long as he doesn't dictate or violate others. The Developing countries South had a social system, which was distinct in many ways.
A supposedly distinctive East Asian, or Japanese, model of economic growth suddenly lost its lustre, and the American model of free-market capitalism came to triumph. The Asian economies were then compelled to reform their regulatory and institutional structures by adopting more market-oriented approaches.
A study of most developing countries shows agriculture as the dominant source of income from ancient times, with a growing movement toward IT-enabled services (ITES), in some cases bypassing industrial pursuits and in some areas establishing tourism as a major source of income.
In the first phase of this introduction, there is needs to know that these countries that are called the Developing nations have consist of two third of the whole world, they are also found in parts of the word like in Latin America, Africa and Asia. Developing countries a feature also shows that they depend largely on foods supply from other nations depend on foreign wealth.
Developing countries are faced with low standards of living, underdevelopment, and high poverty levels, weak and unstable currencies, low capital levels and low GDP. All the above problems faced by developing countries are caused by debts which affect not only those who acquire loans but also generations that follow.
Seven other principles complete the model, all of which are action principles, namely: recruitment and selection of staff; staff induction; staff supervision; staff evaluation; planned individual development; further professional