Lecture 4_Processes associated with globalization

Lecture 4_Processes associated with globalization - Lecture4

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Lecture 4 Processes associated with  globalization: colonialism,  modernity, liberalism
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Lecture outline What is modernity? Capitalism as a global force and the  coming of global modernity Processes of modernization: nation-state,  industrialization, rational bureaucracy,  rationalism-secularism Empire – colonialism and the making of  the current world order The role of hegemony – US hegemony  and the global world order
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What is modernity? What distinguishes modernity from  previous historical eras?  What are the key features of modernity?
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Capitalism as a global force ‘capital by its nature drives beyond every  spatial barrier’ to ’conquer the whole earth  for its market’  (Karl Marx) Could globalization have been possible  without capitalism? The relationship between liberalism and  capitalism
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Litigating for freedom in the British  Empire 
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