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o Example of a future collision: fatwa against body scanners in the US ( state security interests VS cultural norms) VI. WHERE DID THE WORLD GO WRONG? - Assumption: modernization would lead to educated citizens open=minded and tolerant. Rejection of primordial (pre-modern) affiliations would be replaced by nationalism - Westphalian system: rise of rationalism and secular state - Trade and migration more heterogeneous states o Pluralism: when societies that are different come together in the market place and trade with one another and creates a nice pluralistic culture. But that niceness is not going to last because they have to go home – it doesn’t work because the groups have different ideas. o After modernization you can have heterogeneous states working together but! we must be careful - Stability and prosperity: cross-cutting cleavages - Conflict and fragmentation: reinforcing cleavages Caste-system Cross cutting Classes 1 Red 2 Blue 3 Green - Last point: intolerance and ethno nationalism often increases in times of uncertainty and crisis - Search for a scapegoat and a rationale for political purposes o Dr. William Pierce – national alliance/white movement inspiration for neo-Nazis and skinheads an-government and anti-immigrant movements Turner diaries o Global Jewish conspiracy - “We have a right to preserve our way of life, and with massive immigration rates into European nations and, of course into the US and Canada, we will eventually become minorities in our own society and really lose our sovereignty. We will lose our ability to control our destiny.” David Duke, former KKK leader and political candidate for president How does globalization influence traditional cultures?
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