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social studies 10-1: Final Review

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Darshna Tholia

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To What Extend Should We Embrace Globalization?
social studies 10-1: Final Review
Issue1: To what extend should globalization shape identity?
Issue 2: To what extend should contemporary society respond to legacies of historical globalization?
Issue 3: To what extend does globalization contribute to sustainable prosperity for all?
Issue 4: To what extend should i, as a citizen, respond to globalization?
Issue 1: To what extend should globalization shape identity?
the process that is making the world's citizens increasingly interdependent economically, politically, environmentally, and technologically
the facts of being who or what a person or thing is
Culture Identity:
the identity or feeling of belonging to, as part of the self-conception and self-perception to nationality, ethnicity, religion, social class, generation, locality and any kind of social group that have its own distinct culture
Individual Identity:
the traits that makes up person's sense of individuality
Collective Identity:
the combination of beliefs, values,view of history, and language of a people
Transnational corporation:
that operate in two or more countrified;also, people who are citizens of mire than one country
the hiring of one company by another to fulfill certain tasks in production
the blending of media communication technologies resulting in new modes of expression and cross culture consumption
reducing non-systematic risk by investing in a variety of assets.
a group of people who formed an ordered community centered on kinship
Global Village:
the idea, popularized by Marshall McLuhan in the 1960s, that the entire world and its inhabitants are becoming one large community interconnected by technology, particularity television.
Pluralistic Society:
a society in which a diversity of language, beliefs, traditions, values, religions another aspects of culture are embedded as part of the foundations of the country.
Popular Culture:
the production by media transnationals of the majority of television programs, films, magazines and so on that are consumed by vast world audience
Media Consolidation:
mergers of media transnationals the result in a concentration of ownership
the uniform global popular culture the result from globalization
the complete separation between matters of states and religion
Culture Imperialism:
as the cultural aspects of imperialism.
Culture revitalization:
a process through which unique culture regain a sense of identity, such as through promoting heritage languages or reviving traditions and customs.
3 types of globalization (economic,political,social)
Effects of transnationals corporation(advantages and disadvantage)
Culture protectionism -CBC,CRTC
Universalization of popular culture
Media TNC's
Effects on cultures(Hmong,Metis,Francophone)
opportunities and challenges of globalization
accommodation, integration, acculturation
homogenization, assimilation, marginalization, segregation
affirming and promoting language and culture
Thank you!
Issue 3: To what. extend does globalization contributes to sustainability prosperity for all?
Issue 4: To what extend should I , as a citizen, respond to globalization?
Terms :

Quality of life:the condition in people's lives
Standard of living: a common mesure of the quantity snd quality of goods and services to which people have acces
GDP Index:
HGI:the United Nations measure of a country'slebel of development based on GDP per capita, life life expectancy at birth, adult literacy, and school eneollment
Internationalism:an association between people that internationally benefits one people over another.
Human right:
Various understandings of quality of life impacts of globalization on children and youth( child soldiers, child labour, etc....)
Impacts of globalization on women(gender issued, employment, etc...)
Globalization, Democracy and Human Right( Universal Declaration og Human Rights, Canadian charther ofRights and freedoms)
Impacts og globalization on individuals and communties ( poverty, pandemics, resources issues, etc....)
To What Extend Should we Embrace Globalization?
Issue 2: To what extend should contemporary society resond to the legacies of
historical globalization?
an economic system for increasing individuals wealth, requiring a relatively free market
a planned economic system in which government owns all means of production and all people work for government-owned and government-run enterprises.
a stage of economic development that occurs when the place of production shifts from the home and small craft shops to large factories.
an association between peoples that intentionally benefits one people over another, often by laying claim to territories inhabited by Indigenous or non-Indigenous people, seizing land and resources through conflict and warfare, and imposing political control
a beliefs that the Europeans world view is superior to all others.
impacts of culture contact on indigenous and non-indigenous people
beothuk, potlatch
historical globalization(silk road,etc..)
industrial revolution
imperialist polices and practices affecting indigenous people (India, Canada, Austria)
contemporary global issues resulting from imperialism
residential schools
loss of culture, language
land claims
Economic globalization:the dimention of life that concerns the production and exchange of goods, and exchange of goods, services, money, and resources
International Monetary Fund: international agencythat works with the World Bank to bring stability to international monetary affairs and to help expand world trade
Fixed exchange rate:the value of country's currency as set by its government
Floating exchange rate:curreny rates that are not government but instead find their own value on the forign exchange market
Gold standard:a provision of the Bretton WOods Agreement that all printed money, such as paper dollar, would be convertible to gold and could be cashed in at any time for that gold
Inflation:a situation in which the amount of currency in circulation increase yet each unit of currency buys less
Free trade: a market in which government would regulate nothing and all business and property would be privately owned
Trade liberalization: the process of reducing barriers to trade
Crown Corporation: government-owned companis(in Canada)
Privatization: the sale of government-owned industries and services to praivate business
Economic nationalism:concern about the impact of foreign countries economic independence and identity
Conservation:strategies to protect and preseve resources
Stewardship:the obligation to mantain resources in sastainable manner
Foundation of contemporary globalization (Bretton Woods, Hayek, Keynes, Friedman)
Factors contributing to the expansion of globalization since WWII
International agreements ( FTA-NAFTA,GATT etc....)
International organization (IMF, World Bank, EU,etc...)
Trading Blocs(EU, NAFTA, etc...)
Media and transportation technologies
Political and economic challenges of globalization ( trade liberalization, foreign investment, privatization, etc...)
Impacts of resources development (EX. Oil sands) and other difficulties regrading sustainability - Kyoto Accord
Spirituality and Stewardship
Sustainable prosperity
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