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Unformatted text preview: -Korea Town in ATL-McD's in Egypt-Starbucks in S. Africa Global Village-image used to describe the growth of awareness that all people share a common fate. Technology and Globalization-New technologies eliminate traditional barriers between countries and the people within them i.e. internet, cell phones, cable TV Globalization and the Modern State System-Reduces the ability of states to exercise control over their territory and people (i.e. sovereignty)-Blurs the distinction between domestic and international politics.-Election in Iran. ..results got out via Internet, Facebook, and Twitter Globalization: good or bad?-Better awareness -comfort level-global village (unity) Bad-Outsource of jobs-integration (worldwide recession)-interdependence (U.S. on China)-increasing conflictincreasing dependencies-benefits not equally dispersed...
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- Fall '10