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First week of notes

by: Dilnoza Bobokalonova

First week of notes INS201

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Dilnoza Bobokalonova
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Globalization and Change in world Politics
Margarita Rodriguez

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This is the first week of notes that I took in the beginning of the semester for this course. The information is very helpful, considering that it has a detailed description of the topic discussed ...
Globalization and Change in world Politics
Margarita Rodriguez
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Date Created: 02/03/15
Thursday January 22nd Key universal aspects of the process 1 There is negation of an old quality and affirmation of a new quality 2 The old quality is not completely destroyed it is partially preserve even if under new forms Based on Hegel German philosopher and a key representative of dialectical thinking Nothing is lost or destroyed but raised up and preserved as in a spiralquot 3 The mutual reconstitution of the global and the local Nonlinear approaches on globalization the global partially inhabits and even gets constituted inside the nationalquot Sassen 2007 the fact that a process or an entity is located within the territory of a sovereign state does not necessarily mean it is a national process or entity it might be localization of the global or a denationalized instance of the nationalquot ibid Is a new quality emerging as a result of a simultaneous affirmation and negation in relation to the role of the state under conditions of globalization Are we witnessing a The shrinking role of the state in domestic and global issues Globalization can be defined as increasing connectivity Connectivity between or among countries Connectivity across societies as a result of the expansion of transnational production processes political processes cultural processes transnational policy processes etc Implications of Globalization For the states and the interstate system For individuals households families enterprises social classes political groups ethnic groups religious groups markets etc Role of international financial institutions two examples International monetary fund World bank Policy of conditionality of the two institutions What does it mean That money is lent based on the agreement with certain policy prescriptions this mechanism has become more sophisticated since the 19905 A global perspective challenges pervasive dualisms in the social sciences such as o the state visavis the marketquot 0 the localquot visavis the globalquot 0 north and southquot demarcated through rigid state boundaries 0 north as the most advanced and south as the least developed 0 There s a global north and there s a global south 0 Another way of defining global north and global south without thinking of statecentric 0 You have a global south within the north and vice versa 0 Higher level of education greater economic resources travel more that s how you analyze the implications of globalization 0 When analyzing it globally you re looking at populations and how the population in the north could be very similar to the one in the north There are poor people in the north and rich in the south 0 There s always another way of looking and all of this 0 Colonization became a global tool of power to dominate a society Exclusion exploitation Globalization and development understood as the phenomenon by which markets and production in different countries are becoming increasingly interdependent due to the dynamics of trade in goods and services and the ows of capital and technologyquot OECD I Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Globalization can be defined as a process by means of which most of the world s developed countries and some of the developing countries aim to improve the free ow of information money ideas cooperation detection exchange and prosecution of criminals technology and trade between nationsquot acob van der Westhuizen People around the globe are more connected to each other than ever before Information and money ow more quickly than ever Goods and services produced in one part of the world are increasingly available in all parts of the world International travel is more frequent Globalization is what we in the third world for several centuries called colonization globalization is not an output of the real forces of markets and technologies but is rather an input in the form of rhetorical and discursive constructs practices and ideologies which some groups are imposing on others for political and economic gainquot


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