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Lecture 10

lecture 10

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Department
Geography
Course Code
GGRA02H3
Professor
Michael Bunce

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L09
- internet -- blocked access is a limiting factor to globalization/voicing opinions
- hybridization: cultural mixing
- Americanization/Westernization -- contra flows
- enrichment of cultural experience rather than an impoverishment of culture
- adds something new
- global versus local
- transnationalism -- people no longer have roots in one country due to migration
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lives cut across residence in one country
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extends to cultural world
- cultural globalization [via internet]
global culture
- unevenness of access to and consumption of global popular culture
- local-global; traditional-modern culture
- cell phones, modes of transmission
- persistence of different cultural experiences and meanings
- traditional ways, local lifestyles
- strengths of beliefs, customs, traditions, and heritage
- how uneven access to it is, how traditional-modern can coexist, whether
persistence coexists, and how strong they are attached to heritage
- resistance to global culture
- China -- allowing MNCs however restricting/limiting access
The New World Order
- fall of communism, spread of Western market system
- why is an understanding of geopolitics so important?
- who controls the global agenda and how has this changed global political
geogropahy?
- what are the underlying ideologies and contradictions
- the state's power to control space or territory and shape the foreign policy of
individual states and international political relations
OR
- the links and causal relationships between political power and geographic space
- what is the politics of space -- defined by territory
- conquering, guarding over own territory
- state as an organism (Ratzel) -- persuaded Hitler that Germany had some kind of
natural destiny to control the world, spread Aryan race
- global geopolitics as organic relationships between states involving population
growth and territorial expansion
- as population grew, needed more land while they technologically improved
key elements of global political geography
- boundaries and borders -- demilitarized zone
- political space and territory
- scale: size and extent of countries -- ability to develop economic power
- spatial power: imperialism and colonialism; militarism; neo-colonialism
- Africa -- cutting across old kingdoms, tribal territory
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L0 9 - internet -- blocked access is a limiting factor to globalizationvoicing opinions - hybridization: cultural mixing - AmericanizationWesternization -- contra flows - enrichment of cultural experience rat her than an impoverishment of culture - adds something new - global versus local - tran snationalism -- people no longer have roots in one country due to migrat ion lives cut across residence in one country extends to cultural world - cultural globalization [via internet] global culture - unevenness of access to and consumption of global popular culture - local-global; trad itional-modern culture - cell phones, modes of transmission - persistence of different cultural experiences and mea nings - traditional ways, local lifestyles - strengths of beliefs, customs, traditions, and heritage - how une ven access to it is, how traditional-mo dern can coexist, whether persistence coexists, and how strong they are attached to heritage - resistance to global culture - China -- allowing MNCs however restricting limiting access The New Worl d Ord er - fall of com munism, spread of Western mark et system - why is an understanding of geopolitics so important?
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