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WGST 205-01

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These notes cover what we discussed on 9/1, Intersectionality Theory
Gender and Globalization
G. Kim
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wgst, Women, Gender, Studies, Globalization, Theory, Activism
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tiffani Notetaker on Monday September 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to WGST 205 at California State University - Fullerton taught by G. Kim in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Gender and Globalization in WGST - Women & Gender Studies at California State University - Fullerton.

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Date Created: 09/05/16
NOTES FROM 9/1 WGST 205-01 Gender and Globalization  Intersectionality Theory examples o Ignores inequalities and interconnectedness o Globalization began around 1970s  Capital- economies, ideas, knowledge, culture, institutions  Gender and Globalization o Worse since 1970s o 1 population’s progress often comes at the expense of another  A note on language o Inantiquated east/west o Underdeveloped Developing Developed  Creates hierarchy  Makes it seem as if only linear growth o Fails to show that the US became wealthy at the expense of other countries o Core/periphery  States that one economy is more important than another  They are actually equally dependent o 1 world/ 3 world countries  Creates dichotomy  Was actually the language used during the Cold War o Global North/South  Too extreme o Geographic place is most adequate  Individuals of populations and their access to resources  Economic Globalization  Deindustrialization and South Economy o Factories get moved abroad  Service based goods are replacing it o Professionals/managers  Highly skilled, high technology and business  Service underclass o “Pink Collar Work”  Home work  Mostly women  Work for the professionals/managers o International finance global headquarters


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