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wk 13B recycled reseen for 302 - Wk 13B: Globalization...

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    Wk 13B: Globalization --Globalization is the intensification of global interconnection resulting from the transnational flow of people, culture, commodities, capital, ideas, information, and technologies across national and regional boundaries.
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    Commodities --Commodities are goods that are the product of “social relations between individuals at work.” --That is, they derive their value from human labor, which is invested in their very form. --Once commodities hit the market, however, they become objects to be bought, sold, and consumed and are divorced from the labor power and social relations invested in their production. They are goods designed to make a profit in the marketplace. --As a result, commodities become objects that seem to have mysterious origins.
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    Transnationalism A condition by which people, commodities,  and ideas literally cross--transgress--national  boundaries and are not identified with a single  place or origin. 
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