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Globalization Concept Map

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Nathan Bishop

on 3 October 2015

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Transcript of Globalization Concept Map

Is the world becoming more and more interconnected and interdependent
Globalization
Globalization Concept Map
It is the idea that the entire world will eventually become a united nation
Political Globalization
It is the integration and interdependence of economies around the world
Economic Globalization
It is the impact that globalization brings upon the life and work of people their families and society's around us.
Social Globalization
How people express themselves
Identity
Netflix, Itunes and Xbox are transnational products owned by bigger company's like Netflix apple and Microsoft
Media Transnationals
The identity of the individual person
Individual Identity
The identity of a group of people or select set of people
Collective identity
Digital Divide
This refers to the divide between people who do and don't have advanced technology
Global Village
The world turning into a village because its becoming "smaller"
Propaganda
Media that is used to influence people
Media cross ownership
Media sources that are owned by bigger corporation's who own more then one.
Techno isolation
It is when you isolate yourself from the rest of the world and use technology
Pop Culture
The entirety of ideas, perspectives, attitudes, images, and other phenomena that are within the mainstream of a given culture
Hybridization
When two cultures become one
Cultural diversity
Different cultures existing with one another
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