1. we have learned the political, cultural, environmental, and ideological approaches/frameworks to studying globalization. In your own words, briefly explain these four frameworks and how they define, study, and analyze the process of globalization.
1. Politics and Globalization:
2. Culture and Globalization:
3. Environment and Globalization:
3. Ideology and Globalization:
2. define a nation-state. The three readings in Politics and Globalization summarize the role of the nation-state in a globalized society. Has the role of the nation-state declined in the 21st century, or is there a new, more powerful role for nation-states in a globalized world?
3. define cosmopolitan democracy. Provide at least 5 characteristics/traits of cosmopolitan democracy.
4. summarize the debate surrounding the global diffusion of Western culture. What impact does globalization of Western culture have on food, language, and music in non-Western countries? Is the world becoming one big homogenous society, or is there a hybridization/diversification that preserves local culture in the face of global culture?
5. concisely define the following forms of/reasons for migration:
- labor/economic reasons:
- refugees/asylum seekers:
- forced migration:
6. briefly describe five manifestations (outcomes/consequences) that globalization has had on the environment and climate.
7. define ideology. Briefly explain the following four ideologies concerning globalization:
- market globalism:
- justice globalism:
- religious globalism:
- anti-globalist populism: