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Lecture 1 Globalization - ISS210: TUESDAYSEPTEMBER7TH,2010...

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 10/23/10 ISS 210: SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL TUESDAY  SEPTEMBER 7TH , 2010 11
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 10/23/10 What is Globalization? Globalization is a process of It is a process driven by 22
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 10/23/10 This process has effects on the environment, on culture,  on political systems, on economic development and  prosperity, and on human physical well-being in  societies around the world 33 In common practice, Japan in Asia, Canada and the  United States in northern America, Australia and New  Zealand in Oceania, and Europe are considered  "developed" regions or areas 
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 10/23/10 DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Countries in the process of change directed toward , that is, an increase in production, per capita  consumption, and income. The process of economic  growth involves better 44
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 10/23/10 Transnational families : Families that are separated by international borders How do  you think being a transnational family impacts  the family members? Now common among the 55
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 10/23/10 What conditions and societal circumstances put families  in positions in which the most vulnerable members  scavenger for basic necessities? 66
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 10/23/10 What  is meant by the phrase, “ the world is an  international place today?”  How does this phrase  manifest itself in the general society? In the 21st century, political and economic issues affect  everyone no matter where you live.  Why is this so?
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