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INTL 101

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Key terms and class notes for Test 1... Chapter 1 breakdown key terms defined
Human Societies and Globalization 101
John Froitzheim
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INTL101, INTL, Globalization, International, InternationalRelations
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Date Created: 09/20/16
Chapter 1 Key Notes Matell- Theory determines what you see and what you look at (ontology vs epistemology) Giddens & Modernity- Defined- IR vs WST Sovereignty & Westphalia Core, periphery, & semi-periphery -Nation-State system -World Capitalist Economy -World Military Order -Inter. Division of Labor Hoffman- Clash of globalizations Terrorism Problem of globalization- realities Types of globalization: economic, cultural, political Benefits- undeniable but fragile- why? Globalization critic- high level skeptic Global Governance- Working together to resolve some of the problems in the world- states, organizations, etc. Sustainable development —Acid rain, ozone depletion, deforestation, marine threats Global commons: Oceans, air, etc. Club of Rome- Limits of growth thesis Stockholm convention of 1972 Global problems- Potential solutions- 1. Voluntary restraints 2. Regulation 3. Partition 4. Community ownership 9/17/15 Problems of Global Environmental Politics- 1. Veto Power 2. Political dynamics and trade 3. Economic power 4. Public opinion and NGOs Historical Background- Limits of Growth Paradigm- The danger of growth and the problem of technology Carrying capacity? Sustainable development- 1992 Rio Conference Post Rio? - Globalization and the Green Economy. Use the power of the market and technological innovations to save the day. What happened to sustainable development? Geography Kaplan- Geography is determinative and structural. Politics often evolves in response to it. Klare- End of everything easy- time of easy extraction of resources is passed. Going forward will be problematic. Goldstone- New population bomb Population problem Malthusian problem IPAT- Impacts= Population X affluence X impact per unit of income as determine by technology. Major challenges- Food insecurity, energy, human factors, Global response? Al Gore- An Inconvenient Truth The nature of the problem- A moral question? Weeks- Global warming Why is the country so divided and the scientists are not? Pre-industrial revolution is 280 million parts per million. Now it is 401 parts per million. Problem of politics- highly polarized- why? Is crisis inevitable? How much carbon can we take? Strategies for dealing with global warming? 1. Mitigation 2. Adaption 3. Global engineering Carbon tax and cap and trade- Tax a persons use of carbon Bill McKibben- Climate change Some answers to some questions- Shorr- the problem of environmental treaties? Voluntary restraints? MMRV’s measurement, reporting, and verification Is the answer top down or bottom-up? Technology- The world is flat? Friedman Globilization of communications- How? Two periods Consequences? Ghemawat- Not quite so flat? Crossing boarders- Digital age- Digitalization Information revolution Digital divide Historically- the problem of the time and space? Recall Giddens and Modelski as well as our reading about the history of globilzation How- Industrial revolution- New technologies Computer age- Note military connections Early computers Technology and crossing boarders- Political boarders- Terrorism/cyber-terrorism/cyber-crime and cyber espionage Nye- Information revolution and power- Information revolution and power Power more distributed Hard vs soft power Economic boarders- Changes in supply chains New firms Capital transfers Social and cultural boarders Facebook, Youtube, Ted Talks, More? Global trends- Mega trends- a. Individual empowerment b. Diffusion of power c. Demographic patterns are changing d. Scarcities of food, water, and energy Game changers- a. Crisis prone economy b. Governance gap c. Potential increased conflict d. Wider scope of regional instability e. Impact of new technologies- i. New information tech ii. New manufacturing and automation iii. Security and vital resources f. Role of the U.S. Alternative World Stalled engines Fusion Gini out of the Bottle Non-State World?


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