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Current World Problems In Class Notes 9/1

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Current World Problems In Class Notes 9/1 POLS 131

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These notes are what was featured on the slideshow plus a few extra important notes. They are a more organized and easier to study with the way I have formatted them. I will include a study guide f...
Current World Problems
Matthew Evan Heller
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Date Created: 08/09/16
Class Notes 9/1  (These notes cover chapter 2 of Steger)    What are the 5 dimensions of  1. Economic   globalization?  2. Political    3. Cultural    4. Ecological    5. Ideological      What are the key characteristics  1. Macro + micro  of globalization?  2. Interconnected    3. Hybridization    4. Expansion    5. Globality  Steger’s globalization definition      Page   Prehistoric Divergence    (10,000­3500 BC)  ­Populations settle on all 5 continents    ­Agriculture allows for permanent settlements    ­Class divisions begin to form           ­Farmers are able to grow more than just for    themselves           ­This is when sales of goods, crafts, etc began  Premodern    (3500 BC­1500 CE)  ­Development of writing and the wheel facilitate the    movement of goods, people, and ideas.     ­The age of empires    ­International trade routes form and solidify           ­People sought out these routes for better lives           ­Disease spread      Early Modern Period  ­Europe leads the way  (1500­1750)  ­The liberal­capitalist world system begins to take place           ­Expansion of colonization           ­The Enlightenment is lead up to in this time           ­National joint stock companies change the form of    international trade                  ­These became connected with governments, so    they almost became governing bodies.      Modern Period  ­Enlightenment ­ almost modern times   ( 1750­1980)  ­Capitalism’s need for expanding markets encourages    greater global interconnections    ­Technological advances facilitate the intensification of    connections    Global populations explode  Contemporary Convergence   ­Information and Communication Revolution encourages  (1980­ )   global horizontal networks of interaction and    communication    ­Economic integration accelerates with the collapse of the    Soviet Union.     


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