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Drivers of Globalisation

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Matthew Poynter

on 21 January 2016

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Transcript of Drivers of Globalisation

A Changing World
James Morris, the only journalist embedded with the expedition,Getting the message to London meant a hazardous descent in fading light from an altitude of 22,000 ft (6,700 m) on the mountain.

A coded message then had to be sent by runner more than 20 miles (32km) to Namche Bazaar, transmitted by radio to Kathmandu and telegraphed from there to the UK.
Look at your resource

Think and Discuss

What
is changing?

Where
is it having an effect?

Who
is driving / effected by it?
Write key words or phrases on the white sheet




What
is changing?

Where
is it having an effect?

Who
is driving / effected by it?
Still on the white sheet but in a bubble write statements (bullet points which try to answer the questions below)



What
is changing?

Where
is it having an effect?

Who
is driving / effected by it?
On a post it note

Write down a definition for Globalisation











Plenary
Improvements in global transport
Improvements in global communication
Changes in the global distribution of labour
Changes in the global market place


Describe
four ways that our world is changing (global scale)

Explain
how one of these changes effects people
(local scale)




Globalisation: A Changing World

globa
l
local
scale

smaller
the world is becoming
changing
connections
relationship
interdependent
prep
One of the biggest architects of globalisation has been the IMF (International Monetary Fund).

Channels loans from world’s richest nations to any applicants
Loans often ‘tied’ meaning countries had to adopt free market economies making it easier for TNCs to enter countries.
Structural adjustment programmes (SAPs) were at their height in the 1980s and often were controversial. Neo-liberalisation caused issues for workers in many developing nations.
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