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Department
Elementary Education
Course
EDEE 280
Professor
Paul Zanazanian
Semester
Winter

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EDEE 280 – Geography, History and Citizenship Education – Paul Zanazanian Winter 2013 Class 25: Globalization: Its Breadth and Width in the World  defining globalization o “a multidimensional process that generates profound economic, environment, social, communication, entertainment and educational interactions between people of different countries, races, ethnicities, and languages that cross national boundaries”  sharing through interaction  languages change and transform through time  Spanglish o “a long term historical process of ever-increasing integration among societies on a global scale. this integration occurs through trade; exchange of customs, values, knowledge and beliefs; and as a result of conflict and war. globalization occurs at a rising frequency, decreasing the barriers of time and space”  the world is becoming smaller o “a dramatic acceleration of international trade made possible by improved transport and communications” o the “spread of a common world culture, with the prospect of societies converging and becoming very much the same in nature and operation” o “the intensification of world-wide social relations which link distant localities in such a way that local happenings are shaped by events occurring many miles away” o main aspects of globalization  the core/substructure  there is a small group of people that
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