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Crucial Reflection

Size: 700-800 phrases complete for each responses

Format: typed and double-spaced.

Due: Add to Canvas by midday on 12/10

 

This course started with an introduction to globalization; we learn Wallerstein, Harvey, Barber, Sen, and so on., and the professionals and cons of globalization. Thereafter, the syllabus was divided into three items: 1) globalization of tradition 2) international environmentalism and three) international justice/anti-globalization.

 

Select two ideas or phrases from two totally different items and describe the numerous concepts you discovered from every unit. First, clarify what is supposed by the time period (2-Three sentences); second, set up the context during which the time period is used (Three-Four sentences); third, clarify its relevance to the assigned class and to globalization (Three-Four sentences).

 

Unit 1: Tradition

Cultural homogenization; cultural heterogenization; indigenizing; and deterritorialization (Appadurai); Cultural synchronization (Tomlinson); energetic social means of viewing (Tomlinson); cultural capital (Rupke); transnational tradition (Watson); cultural hybridity (Shim); American cultural imperialism (Cowen 409); economically imperialist worldwide cinema (Tyrrell 404); Asian mushy energy (Pham); new Asian artistic class (Pham 6-7); Asian superbloggers=immaterial or informational laborers (Pham 10-11).

 

Unit 2: Environmentalism

Non-state environmental politics; transnational activists; ecological sensibility; non-violent motion (Wapner); Navdanya; company hybrid seeds; industrial agriculture vs. conventional farming (Shiva); “demand is god”; deregulated company globalization (Shrivastava and Kothari 135); GMO seeds (Shrivastava and Kothari 155).

 

Unit Three: International Justice/Anti-Globalization

Counterhegemonic globalization (Evans 548); transnational social actions (Evans 549); Energetic citizenship; nationalizing important providers; relocalization actions; social change via progressive insurance policies (Pleyers); Deglobalization; Asian Financial Fund (Bello 562), agrarian reform; inexperienced protectionism (Bello 563);

East Asian financial mirage (Smith 294), East Asian Newly Industrializing Economies (NIEs); Asian monetary disaster/the “IMF disaster” (Smith 296).