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Navigating the Global

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Transcript of Navigating the Global

Navigating the Global
Sabrina McCowage
Explore, evaluate and examine ideas, impacts and consequences of globalization.
Denise Levertov 'What were they like?' and 'The Malice of Innocence'
Hannah Beech's 'The Cult of Apple in China'

Navigating the Global
Explore, evaluate and examine ideas, impacts and consequences of globalization.
Denise Levertov 'What were they like?' and 'The Malice of Innocence'
Hannah Beech's 'The Cult of Apple in China'
Denise Levertov
‘Were they inclined to quiet laughter?’
Use of questions and answers juxtapose the fantasy from reality
‘Sir, laughter is bitter to the burned mouth.’
Alliteration emphasizes disgust to the questioners limited knowledge
Supported by Jean Baurillard who links globalization with hyperreality
What Were they Like?
The Malice of Innocence
Scientific paradigm - Chemical warfare introduced from the global world impacts the local society.

Religious paradigm - The loss of culture and tradition as a result of war and destruction
‘Death and pain dominate this world, for though many are cured, they still leave weak,’
Personifies death and pain to emphasizes their power
She will never forget her time at the war
‘holds me when the rest is quickly losing illusion,’
Depicts the government's ignorance and first world lack of understanding about the developing and war torn countries.
‘holds me when the rest is quickly losing illusion,’
personification verbalizing how she feels
Jean Baudrillard's theory, ‘the simulation of something which never really exists,’ refers to what is as a result from globalization.
The Cult of Apple in China
Article written by Hannah Beech in July, 2012
The American influence has made Apple products to be extremely high demand in China.
‘Apple fans in China have a religious passion,’
hyperbole emphasizes the impact
Refers to the scientific and religious paradigms as it relates to the advancing technologies overtaking religion.
Philosophical paradigm - the culture has lost sense of priorities due to the influence of the global world on the local.
Similar to Denise Levertov's view of neighbouring countries lack of understanding about cultural issues.
The hidden truth about Apple products which is where no one looks.
Roland Bathes' theory ‘one’s form is vunerable to becoming a convention once it has been made avalible to the public,’
July 2012 Time Magazine cover
In Conclusion...
Denise Levertov and Hannah Beech's theories on globalization is that other countries influences lead to the loss of culture.
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