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Danielle Kym Marie R.

Algarme 201276140

ENG10 THR5 Outline

Globalisation I. It's presence A. Culture 1. It affects almost every aspect of our life B. the term 1. Been discussed all over the world 2. The translation to hundreds of languages (mondialisation, globalizacion, etc.) II. The opposite view A. Sceptics 1. Just talks a. The worlds pattern is the same, then and now 2. Gain only a small amount of their income from external trade 3. Stand on the political "old" left a. Government can still control economic life and the welfare state remain intact b. ideology that wishes to dismantle welfare systems and cut back on state expenditure B. Radicals 1. Argues that globalization affect almost every aspect of ones life 2. The lost of ones trust to our leaders 3. The right side a. Believes the current world economy has no parallels in earlier times b. destabilize the seemed rock solid economy c. The movement of modernity is easier and faster i. Each day a trillion dollar is turned over ii. Money on bank accounts rides on the tides of fluctuations in the "market" III. Global Revolution

A. Electronic Communication 1. Morse Code a. Started during mid 19th century b. created by Samuel Morse i. First person to transmit message by electric telegraph, " what hath God wrought" c. The first know message carrier without a person delivering it 2. Satellite a. 1969, first commercial satellite b. reshaped communication c. Indirectly led to the disappearance of the Morse Code i. The French stopped the use of theMorse Code in 1977 with " calling all, this is our last cry before our eternal silence" B. News and Information 1. Nelson Mandela a. A global celebrity b. at one point become more known that ones next door neighbor 2. Radio vs. Computers a. Took 40 years for the radio to have 50 million listeners b. Took 4 years to have 50 million Americans use the computer IV. Complex set of Processes A. The downward push: creation of local autonomy 1. Daniel Bell a. The nation becomes not only too small to solve the big problems but also too big to salve the small ones B. revival of Local cultural identities 1. Scots wants independence from the UK C. Creates new economic and cultural Zones 1. Hong kong and Western Italy 2. Barcelona Spain a. Part of Spain yet also looks outward

V. Soviet Union and East European Regimes A. What it was 1. Comparable to the US in terms of growth rates until the 1970's 2. Emphasizes upon state run enterprises and heavy industry 3. Could not survive in an era of Global Media B. it's fall 1. Televising revolutions a. Cries of the people are heard on a world stage VI. The problems A. Expanding inequality 1. Statistics a. Drop by 2.3% to 1.4% share the poorest fifth of the worlds population in global income between 1989 to 1998 b. the portion for the richest fifth has risen c. Sub-Saharan Africa, 20 countries have lower incomes in real terms than in they had in 1970 d. Western nations are more generally the industrial countries still have far more influence on world affairs than do the poorer state B. reverse Colonisation 1. Non- western countries influence developments in the west. a. The latinising of Los Angeles VII. the General Good ? A. Economic Globalisation: free trade 1. It is not an unalloyed benefit a. Concerns the less developed countries 2. needs a framework of institutions B. protectionism 1. Malaysia 1998, stem the flood of capital from the country C. The Nation State 1. Their identity 2. The risks and dangers a. The out shell remain but inside they have changed

D. The changes 1. First generation to live in this society whose contours we can yet only dimly see 2. A global order driven by collective human 3. For Globalisation is not incidental to our lives today. It is a shift in our very life circumstance, the way we live now