Posing a problematic question

Posing a Problematic Question A problematic question is a debatable doubt about something that can be argued in differentways. The most probable problematic question in this picture is. is this area good enough for people to live in? A possible habitable environment should be clean, on a leveled ground and free of rocks, on the contrary, in the picture. the area is steep with many rocks that could be a very habitable area for snakes. It is not strange to find a snake in such a place. we know that snakes hide in rocky places. Unleveled grounds such as the one in the picture do not provide a suitable environment for humans to live in. Putting up a home requires flat and leveled ground. According to the picture, the area in question does not hold this characteristic as it is on a steep area hence making it not suitable for human habitation. Other details in the picture are controversial to these assumptions. The leaves could indicate the possibility of trees growing in the area. Another feature is the landscape that is steep in nature. Trees and steep landscape are usually associated with high rainfall that is essential for human existence. The boy in the picture shows human existence in the area despite the harsh conditions surrounding the boy. The boys’ good health demonstrates that there could be possible measures put in place rendering the area harmless by use of mosquito nets to prevent malaria (Oberlender 10).The area in question has more advantages for human habitation than hindrances. In conclusion, we see that with intervention, this area is able to support conditions required for good and healthy living conditions. Works CitedOberlander, H. P. Land, the Central Human Settlement Issue. Canada: The University of British Columbia Press, 1922. Print

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