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The Globalization System 1 The Globalization System: A critique of “Prologue: The Super-Story” Thomas L. Friedman WRI 102: Outline Professor Al Merabi November 8, 2009
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The Globalization System 2 I. Introduction: Thesis: In his “Prologue: The Super-Story”, Friedman succeeded in conveying his conceptions underlying globalization through reviewing a series of facts and using abstract but apt language with a touch of humor which makes it interesting and comprehensible by a typical reader. Summary of text. Biography of the author, Friedman. II. Argument 1: One of the elements Friedman used to convince his readers is supporting his concepts and ideas with adequate evidences by over viewing a
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Unformatted text preview: number of facts. • Fall of Suharto in Indonesia in 1998. • Osama bin Laden and the war on U.S. in 1990’s. • Jody Williams who used email to self-empower herself. III. Argument 2: Another mode which Friedman uses to approach his readers is by establishing a common ground. • Define some terms: globalization, super-empowered individuals, Electronic Herd. The Globalization System 3 • Informal language- humor. • Personal voice “I”. IV. Conclusion: • Summary of elements the writer used in the text to convey his message. • My opinion of his style....
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