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Globalization Week 1 Lecture Notes

by: Nina Goad

Globalization Week 1 Lecture Notes GS 3000

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These notes are my take-away points from the lecture on the first week of class.
Globalization (EXL)
Corey L. Perkins
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Globalization, Deterritorialization, Global Interdependencies




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nina Goad on Friday January 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GS 3000 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Corey L. Perkins in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 43 views. For similar materials see Globalization (EXL) in Global Studies at Middle Tennessee State University.

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Date Created: 01/29/16
Globalization Week 1 Lecture Notes From 1/21/16:  The definition of Globalization is the rapid intensification of political, economic, cultural, and technological social connections and relations.  Deterritorialization is when borders of countries become less important in regards to  international relations and exchange between nations.   Many facets of society function now without the constraint of borders.  When two or more countries are dependent upon each other across their borders it is  considered to make up a web of global interdependencies.  These interdependencies can cause tragedies, exploitation, and socio­political atrocities.  Because there is potential to make money from trade in the web of global  interdependencies, it can cause strive in developing countries by fighting over harvesting  materials for trade.   Unfortunately, some countries benefit financially from this type of exploitation by being  able to buy cheap materials because they are unregulated in the country they are buying  them from. This exploitation increases the conflict in these developing countries.


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