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What is Globalization

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Department
Political Science
Course
POL1102
Professor
Pierre Martel
Semester
Winter

Description
Globalization is a multidimensional phenomenon because it crosses space and timeHumanity since its beginning mankind has spread from its point of origin through many significant factors circulation distribution flows of information ideas goods services influence invasion and interactionsSocieties were built and would rather occupy a territory sedentary or relocate to another territory from time to time nomadicNowadays most societies are sedentarySix Moments of HistoryLinking of different societies around the world CoHabitationThe forcible incorporation into an empire ColonizationThe establishment of a global trade zone MercantilismThe victorious resistance of the statesAcceleration Globalization IrreversibilityWorldsociety as a Challenge Cosmopolitization UniversalizationVarious Definitions of GlobalizationDavid Held Anthony McGrew David Goldblatt and Jonathan Perraton A process that embodies a transformation in the spatial organization of social relations and transactions generating interregional flows of power networks of activity and interactionFrederic Jameson Sense
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