ONE WORLD OR MANY - ONE WORLD OR MANY? Look at the two...

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ONE WORLD OR MANY?
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Look at the two images on the next slide – what do they tell you about changes in power in the world?
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1850 2004
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The blending of modern technology with traditional culture is increasing.
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Regions of the Future Uneven geography Income gaps within countries are growing Core-periphery gaps remain - but taking national populations into account, they are decreasing One Europe or many? New regionalism recognized by many geographers Supranationalism, thru EU, touted as the path to “one Europe”
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Regions of the Future Glocalization is increasing The process by which global forces of change interact with local cultures, altering both in the process. Geography of the Internet Complex pattern of influence Uneven access constrains influence Government intervention growing NOT diverse – connects like people
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connecting Madagascar and southern Africa to the Internet with new fiber optic cable – how will that change this map? Can you guess the “culture hearth”
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