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Unformatted text preview: a. Ethnocentrism = b. Stereotyping = i. However, like any abstraction, stereotypes fail to capture the complexities of people. Most often, they simply perpetuate inadequate views of reality. 6. Cultural Identity and Pre-Globalization: a. In the pre-globalization era: b. This geographically-connected culture was relatively stable because (relative to today) people did not move very frequently or far 7. Globalization = a. A process driven by: b. A process that occurs at 3 levels: c. A process involving interaction between “the global” and “the local” d. Two Stories: i. ii. 8. Diaspora exist where cultures are dispersed throughout the world as a result of: a. E.g., b. E,g, c. E.g., 9. Hybridity = a. Diaspora raises the issue of “hybrid identities”...
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2008 for the course COM 245 taught by Professor Norton during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .
- Spring '08