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Department
Geography and Planning
Course Code
JGI216H1
Professor
Herbert Kronzucker

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November 25, 2010
Changes the way people live...
-norms attached to images circulating around the world
-urbanism spreading across borders via print, film, disc, telephone, internet, radios, tv,
--> the way we think and we perceive
-fear attached: this circulation will create uniformity and take away from urban culture
--> everyone's going to be the same --> cultural imperialism
-> all local responses are going to operate in the exact same way
-strong communication... inward and otward flows of global cultural network
-globalization is actually undermining any cultural diversity --> everyone is going to become
the same way
4 different strands:
-multi/transnational corporation --> promote particular type of consumerism
--> standard commodities --> global marketing campaigns
-western ideas are emergine --> so persuasive it becomes the norm. implies
cultural imperialism. --> 4 places in the world change the whole world... every segment of
the culture
-rationality... human practices are routinizzed--> heavily controlled --> McD's
you go up, order, pack up, take out. way of life.
-the US has immense amount of influence and its able to promote its own
values and habits, spreading its own ideas around the world through pop culture and news
media. -->AMERICANIZATION
-easier for people to migrate --> people bring their traditions to new cultural environment
and it all mixes --> pluralization of culture.
-travel --> things are picked up and mixed with daily lives... and perception
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November 25, 2010 Changes the way people live... -norms attached to images circulating around the world -urbanism spreading across borders via print, film, disc, telephone, internet, radios, tv, --> the way we think and we perceive -fear attached: this circulation will create uniformity and take away from urban culture --> everyones going to be the same --> cultural imperialism -> all local responses are going to operate in the exact same way -strong communication... inward and otward flows of global cultural network -globalization is actually undermining any cultural diversity --> everyone is going to become the same way 4 different strands: -multitransnational corporation --> promote particular type of consumerism --> standard commodities --> global marketing campaigns -western ideas are emergine --> so persuasive it becomes the norm. implies cultural imperialism. --> 4 places in the world change the whole world... every segment of the culture -rationality... human practices are routinizzed--> heavily controlled --> McDs you go up, order, pack up, take out. way of life. -the US has immense amount of influence and its able to promote its own values and habits, spreading its own ideas around the world through pop culture and news media. -->AMERICANIZATION -easier for people to migrate --> people bring their traditions to new cultural environment and it all mixes --> pluralization of culture. -travel --> things are picked up and mixed with daily lives... and perception www.notesolution.com
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