Exam 1 - Exam 1 Scapes, globalization, culture. Culture,...

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Exam 1 Scapes, globalization, culture. Culture, Scapes, and Globalization each term has a different definitions but it has relationships between them. Culture is known as the accumulated habits, attitudes, and beliefs of a group of people that define for them their general behavior and way of life; the total set of learned activities of a people. Scapes is the dimensions of globalization: mediascape, technoscape, ethnoscape, ideoscape and financescape. Lastly, the globalization is the worldwide integration of humanity and the compression of both the temporal and spatial dimensions of planet-wide human interaction. It consists of corporate globalization and democratic globalization. It is a set of processes leading to the integration of economic, cultural, political, and social systems across geographical boundaries. Globalization can also be thought of in Arjun Appaduri’s terms of mediascape, technoscape, ethnoscape, ideoscape and financescape. These each term has a significant meaning that make a relationship between these words. In my
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