Globalization 6 - Joe Kao 4/16/10 Professor Schalow...

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Joe Kao 4/16/10 Professor Schalow Discussion Sheet #6 Ideology takes human theories and helps put them into action. With regards to globalization, there are three different ideologies. The main ideology is market globalization, with the other two being justice globalization and jihadist globalization. Market globalization describes globalization as the spread of free markets and increased wealth, with the other two being examples of alter-globalization. Justice globalization describes social and political equity, while jihadist globalism describes religious values and beliefs as the central goals to globalization. These three ideologies are explained in chapter seven of Manfred B. Steger’s “Globalization,” and expressed in Yi Mu and Mark V. Thompson’s “Crisis at Tiananmen.” All of these authors would likely agree that the students at the Crisis at Tiananmen are representative of market globalism and the Communist government of China, led by Mao, is representative of market globalization’s critics. However, the Communist government of China also goes against
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