Why is it wrong to call developing countries Third World countries?
A geographically imprecise terminology based on prejudice.
In geography, we learn that every concept and attempt to portrait the world through graphics, maps, or illustrations transmit an ideological background. That is why when adopting a point of view is vital to be careful not to reproduce ideals that are incorrect or disrespectful.
An example is the prevalent use of the nomination First, Second, and Third World countries, up to this date. So here are a few reasons and explanations why…