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Globalization I

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Description

Globalization I

The intricacies of globalization will be explored in this course. It will look at the history of modern globalization, as well as the essential ideologies, ideas, and policies that aided in the integration of global economies, as well as the effects of globalization on culture, development, and the environment.

This class, I believe, will provide a unique viewpoint on our current environment. Globalization has shaped and continues to shape the human environment in both positive and negative ways. You will have a much better understanding of the globalized world after taking this course. I am confident that the principles taught in this course can be implemented at work, will help us gain a better awareness of global concerns, and will help me gain a better understanding of myself.

Who this Globalization I course is for:

Anyone interested in how Globalization works or fails to work should take this course.

What Will I Learn?

  • The student will comprehend a number of fundamental features of globalisation.
  • The history of globalisation will be understood by the students.
  • Students will be able to debate the most important critical ideas that underpin globalisation.
  • Least Cost Theory and its function in constructing the globalised world will be understood by students.
  • Students will be able to discuss global development disparities.
  • Students will be able to recognise global commodities that influence economic and political interactions.
  • Students will be able to recognise the positive and negative effects of globalisation on many civilizations around the world.
  • Students will be able to discuss the environmental effects of globalisation.
  • Students will be able to recognise how globalisation has influenced demographic trends.

Topics for this course

31 Lessons

Introduction to Globalization: Theoretical Perspectives

Introduction to the Course00:00:00
Globalization Key Debates – 100:00:00
Globalization Key Debates – 200:00:00
Globalization Key Debates00:00:00
What is Globalization?00:00:00
Globalization – Major Players00:00:00
Cultural Globalization00:00:00
Cultural Globalization- Introduction II00:00:00
The Clash of Civilizations?00:00:00
The Cultural Construction of Neoliberal Globalization00:00:00
McDonaldization thesis by George Ritzer00:00:00
Arjun Appadurai00:00:00
Arjun Apadurai- II00:00:00
Production of Localities- Arjun Appadurai00:00:00
Production of Localities00:00:00
Appadurai on Violence00:00:00
Rooted Cosmopolitanism: Emerging From a Rivalry of Distinctions00:00:00
Globalization and modernity debate00:00:00
Globalization and modernity: Anthony Giddens the consequences of modernity00:00:00
Globalization and modernity: Anthony Giddens the consequences of modernity (Continu…)00:00:00
Globalization and modernity: Anthony Giddens the consequences of modernity (Continu….)00:00:00
“Giddens : Consequences of Modernity Globalization : Key Thinkers by William Jones”00:00:00
Giddens and the ‘runaway world’00:00:00
David Harvey : Conditions of Postmodernity00:00:00
Reflexive Modernity : Ulrich Beck -100:00:00
Continuation of Reflexive Modernity : Ulrich Beck -100:00:00
Continuation of Reflexive Modernity : Ulrich Beck -100:00:00
Space, time, place and flows David Harvey, Saskia Sassen and Manuel Castells00:00:00
Time-Space Compression: David Harvey00:00:00
Saskia Sassen and Spatiality00:00:00
The city: localizations of the global :Saskia Sassen00:00:00
Free

Enrolment validity: Lifetime