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Digital Scrapbook by Ashley Ellis

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Ashley Ellis

on 21 April 2015

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Transcript of Digital Scrapbook by Ashley Ellis

08.06H Globalization
School Systems

The Fundamental Law of Education was passed in 1947-1948 that had open and democratic Western-style educational system in Japan. This law ensured the right for all Japanese children to receive a quality public education without discrimination. This led to more schools bring built and businesses servicing the needs of children expanded. This not only happened in Japan; the US and European countries also built schools and needs for children.


Technilogical and medical advancements after World War 2 led to an increased standard of living. The life expectancy for people globablly increased with better access to medicine and health care globablly. The stronger a country’s industry and economy, the longer its life expectancy was.
Cultural Diffusion:

Cultural Diffusion is taking things from another country and putting it into another one and includes lanugages, religions, food, clothing, values, and other material objects. That is why we see Mexican and Chinese restaurants in America and they will see McDonald’s and American clothing in their state. That is also why we see Muslim's churches and other churches in America.
By Ashley Ellis 4/21/15
The Group of Eight (G8) formed after World War II and consists of people from the world’s eight largest economies. This includes France, the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Japan, Italy, and Canada. The nations represent more than half of the world’s combined GDP. There are many contraversal thoughts about the G8 because they say they represents the world’s largest economies, but the world’s second largest economy, China, is not a member of the G8 and Brazil’s economy has also surpassed many members of the G8. Also protestors argue that the G8 puts the interests of international business ahead of issues that are pressing in the poorest parts of the developing world, such as the environment, AIDS, and debt.
New Government:
Education, transportation, and Technology
As mentioned in the social andintellectual part the building of schools for children rose to a higher level of people learning about science and mathematics, which lead to a higher standard of living. These children no longer had to worry about the War and could focus on their studies and that is just what they did. They made newer and advanced medicine and new transportatoin methods got it to people faster. Then came the invention of cell phones and internet all because of these children (THANK THEM!!!!).
After World War II The US had to supply others with the materials and food necessary to pick them back up. With this contact people started to trade using a free trade agreement, which is when two or more countries make a contract to reduce tariffs to exchange goods. The World Trade Organization (WTO) (1995) regulates most FTAs, including their trades of goods, services, and intellectual property.
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