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I don't find it satisfactory. It seems like you have completely missed the point. You are more dwelling more into some literally works, without mentioning some good facts in the outline. Also, the start of the introduction is out of context. The introduction must start with sentences that directly hit the topic or the thesis statement but in this case it citing an example.

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REAL DEVELOPMENT SHOULD TRANSFORM PEOPLE’S LIVES, NOT JUST ECONOMIC STATICS.

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1. INTRODUCTION:

Real progress does not lie only in economic growth. True development encompasses inclusive socio-economic growth, intellectual development, sanctity of human rights, and enlightened ideas.

2. DECONSTRUCTING THE STATEMENT IN ITS HISTORICAL CONTEXT.

i. Socrates and intellectual development.
ii. Plato and real development.
(i) Four platonic virtues.
(a) Justice, courage, wisdom, moderation.
iii. Reformation era and martin Luther’s struggle for real development.
iv. The enlightenment and industrial revolution.
(i) Flowering of ideas and reason.
(ii) Humanism.
(iii) Postmodernism and real development.
(a) Religious tolerance.
(b) Internationalism.
(c) Environmentalism.

3. SCHOLARLY VIEWS ON REAL DEVELOPMENT.

i. John lock and civic sense.
ii. Voltaire and humanism.
iii. Bertrand Russell and importance of knowledge and ideas.
4. WHAT DOES REAL DEVELOPMENT SIGNIFY HERE.

i. Inclusive socio-economic growth and social justice.
ii. Democratic institutions.
iii. Aesthetic appreciation.
iv. The sanctity of human rights and religious tolerance.

5. THE CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENT AND ITS NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES.

i. Widening socio-economic disparity
(a) 14 percent rich, 86 percent poor.
ii. Proliferation of nuclear weapons.
(a) Around 16.500 nuclear weapon in the world.
(b) Around 1000 nuclear weapons are on hair-trigger alert.
iii. Mass consumerism and global warming.
iv. The exploitation of the poor.
v. Democracy and fundamental rights are under cloud because of corruption.

6. HOW TO INTERNALIZE TRUE DEVELOPMENT.

i. Inclusive socio-economic growth.
ii. Strengthening democratic institutions.
iii. Appreciating aesthetic sense.
iv. Safeguarding human rights.
v. Investing in the human capital.
vi. Gender equality and women empowerment.

7. CONCLUSION:

In a nutshell, real development lies in social justice, intellectual pragmatism and sound civic sense.

INTRODUCTION (STARTED WITH CHINESE EXAMPLE)

China has pulled out around 800 million people of poverty since deg Xiaoping’s reforms in the 1980s. This development has been achieved at the cost of environmental degradation and the exploitation of the blue-collar workers. Economic growth at any cost is the slogan of contemporary times. Donald trump’s America first also depends on economic, growth, lamentably, the world has turned a blind eye towards the human rights, intellectual progress and aesthetic sense man has become a robot which has no feelings and emotions.
(My intro was two page, total essay 15 page)
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Economic progress is just a mean for development and the end is the transformation of lives of people. Mere good economic figures does not necessarily ensure progress of people at large. Hence, a progress that does not transform the lives of common people and serves to bring profit to the wealthy people, big business entities and large corporations is not a real progress. It may transform the lives of the elite class but fails to bring any substantial change in the lives of general public.
My dear, I know that the real development lies in the transformation of people's lives. What I am saying is that you should justify this stance in your outlines by comparing or contrasting them both side by side.
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1. Introduction
Thesis Statement: Real development is an all-in approach which transforms the social, economic and political lives of people.

2. Amelioration in economy alone is not really development.


3. The true manifestation of the term "development": Improving people's living standard in all segments of affairs.


4. Multifaceted developments which enhance men's lives:

4.1 Social Development
a. fair and reachable education for all;
b. unbiased justice;
c. equal social opportunities;
d. safety and security in daily life;
e. predictability in social affairs

4.2 Political Development
a. unbridled participation in political affairs;
b. freedom of speech;
c. no fear of becoming a political victim;

4.3 Economic Development
a. parity in wealth distribution;
b. safety and security of wealth;
c. proper mechanism to handle economic scams and corruption;
d. just taxes;
e. equal opportunities for economic development.

5. People's improved lives can be gauged when they:
5.1. become an inclusive part of society;
5.2. are predictable about their affairs;
5.3. trust the justice and political system;
5.4. feel secure in their economic transactions.

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