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Geography
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GGRB28H3
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Mark Hunter

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GGRB28H3 LECTURE 2
January 19, 2011
HIV AIDS, LYNE, EBOLA
Globalization leads to new forms of disease
1)Greater connection
2)Globalization lading to greater inequality
3) Globalization leading to Weakling of global institutions
Globalization: people are connected easier, homogenization, interdependency
we are NOT isolated nations
the market has become more prevalent
1) Greater Connection
globalized world is a more connected world ( to not everybody to some people)
2)globalization leads to rising inequalities other people have got richer ,
and the others have got poorer
Example: bill gates , or opera , these are the people who make money
through their brand
Antibiotics was a huge expand
They have been a large breakthrough in terms of health
Vaccination : Polio was a crippling disease ,a vaccine found for this was
found in the 1950s
Most of the 20th century was a good time for health news
Polio: worked on their nervous system , couldnt breath so you had an
iron lung that would breath for you
2) Newly emerging
- West Nile virus: affects birds and humans
Ebola: bleeding
Lime disease: bacteria spread by TIX first appeared in the 1970s , one reason
for it is suburbanization
HIV: first found in 1981
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GGRB28H3 LECTURE 2 January 19, 2011 HIV AIDS, LYNE, EBOLA Globalization leads to new forms of disease 1) Greater connection 2) Globalization lading to greater inequality 3) Globalization leading to Weakling of global institutions Globalization: people are connected easier, homogenization, interdependency we are NOT isolated nations the market has become more prevalent 1) Greater Connection globalized world is a more connected world ( to not everybody to some people) 2)globalization leads to rising inequalities other people have got richer , and the others have got poorer Example: bill gate
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