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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sept, Dualism, Stoicism

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Dfferent things for different people in different context. Creates increased global consciousness or globalist identity. Via shared experiences ex worl
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Manfred Steger, Thomas Friedman, Anthony Giddens

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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: International Volunteering, Cultural Imperialism, Elitism

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Not everyone is sold on this idea of global citizenship . 4 criticisms of global citizenship (how effective are these criticisms?: philosophical critiq
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Economic Nationalism, Autarky, Economic Integration

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Arguments framed largely in economic terms (inevitable and benefits everyone) Arguments have both economic and cultural aspects. Left: rich get richer,
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ecojustice Canada, Tobin Tax, Cultural Conservatism

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Globalization and the world today - part 2. How we move, how we talk, how we share information. Via shared experiences (ie. world cup, olympics) Global
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleWinter

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: International Volunteering, Neoliberalism, Us & Them

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For many, it epitomizes global citizenship ideals. Especially popular in af uent countries like canada. Travel = cross-cultural exchange = global aware
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Neoliberalism

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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dutch East India Company, Washington Consensus, Deglobalization

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Arguably strongest driver of the globalizing processes: Economic interconnections often come before other types. More advanced than other aspects of gl
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Economic Liberalism, Economic Integration, Debt Relief

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Have the least amount of intervention possible in the economy. Markets are fair and most efficient resource allocators free trade low gov"t spending le
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Global Citizenship, Global Justice, Civilizing Mission

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Citizenship = rights and duties to a community. Community = humanity at large, not a home country. Duties and responsibilities shaped by global ethic .
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleFall

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture 7: Lecture 7 - Cultural Globalization I

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Uses market forces/consumer choice to effect change. Mostly applied to commodities from global south. Eg. coffee, tea, sugar, cocoa, fruit, etc. Commun
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MCMASTERGLOBALZN 1A03Liam StockdaleWinter

GLOBALZN 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Global Citizenship, Cultural Conservatism, Cosmopolitanism

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Combines 3 core elements (to varying degrees): Economic populism (e. g. anti-free trade) (says globalization only bene ts the rich people, doesn"t make
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