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HIST285_WK9_Outline - 2. 1980s Digital processing D. The...

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Hist 285 - Technology in Historical Perspective Department of History and Politics, Drexel University Prof. Lloyd Ackert (lta24@drexel.edu) Lecture 9: “Globalization” I. Introduction A. Advocates and Critics B. Facsimiles C. McDonalds II. Convergence vs. Divergence III. Facsimiles International standards and Geographical relocation A. Precursors 1. 1930s - William Finch B. A niche product 1. AP Wire
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2. Military C. CCITT 1. “Handshaking”
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Unformatted text preview: 2. 1980s Digital processing D. The move to Japan 1. Matsushita E. Fax! Programme IV. McDonalds A. Critics 1. Jose Bose 2. McLibel suit 2 B. Advocates 1. Tom Friedman C. The Russian case 1. 1990 - The worlds largest McDonalds 2. Cold War, Glasnost and Perestroika 3. The McComplex in Moscow 4. Voting with their feet 5. The reverse effect V. Conclusions 3...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2009 for the course HIST 285 taught by Professor Munns during the Spring '06 term at Drexel.

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