MIDTERM - 1. The existing global order increasingly has...

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1. The existing global order increasingly has meant corporations and governments from the core countries changing the world to benefit economically and politically from global poverty, social inequalities, the criminal justice system and devastating events (wars, famine, etc). 2. These changes have taken place by way of global patterns of domination and exploitation (local and global) involving: politico-military interests, the scramble for strategic resources, socio-economic polarization between – and within – countries and regions, as well as growing disparities in terms of race, gender, and citizenship. 3. These social conditions have resulted in the various – and unequal – socially subordinate populations and oppressed elites responding by pursuing their own forms of social change by negotiating and resisting these global patterns of domination/exploitation. A. Existing global order a. Multinational corporations and governments are creating global inequalities. b. Global capitalism is dependent on colonialism.
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2008 for the course SOC 100A taught by Professor Santiago-valles during the Spring '08 term at Binghamton University.

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