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Unformatted text preview: Comm 4000 Journal Questions Week 1: Journal Question due Thursday January 17th In your introduction to the &quot;great globalization debate,&quot; Held and McGrew discuss several controversies surrounding the idea of globalization (for instance: the global economy, ideas about a global culture, the role of the nation-state, etc.). Choose one of these controversies. Describe any initial ideas you might have on this topic or any ways in which this topic has surprised you. Do you find one side more convincing than another (the sceptics/or the globalists)? If so why? The idea of a global economy is pertinent to the idea of globalization because it shares the idea that all economies are connected and work together in order to create equality and process in the global community. Initially, the idea of a global economy was one that was scary for me based on the relationship of our country to those of others. With depleting allies and for me based on the relationship of our country to those of others....
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course COMM 4000 taught by Professor Bledsoe,wi during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.
- Spring '08