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Which of the following is NOT generally considered a type of globalization?
The entities listed on the attached world map can best be described as:
This refers to a product or piece of pop culture that is well known around the world; a teenager in Gambia, Africa may well know what an "Apple iPhone" is, or Justin "Biebs" Bieber, just as well as a student in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta would. (One word)
A major difference between NAFTA (1993-2018) and the USMCA (2018 - present) revolves around American insistence that Canada:
Open up 3% of its dairy market to large-scale produced USA milk products
Is free & sovereign to make any economic deal it likes with China
Has no mechanism of disputing tariffs American imposes on Canadian made goods
Offer cheaper streaming services to downplay international copyright issues
Local issues, like worker exploitation in sweatshops (or wildlife markets) can become major global issues like global income disparity (or pandemics) showcasing just how much the world has become more ___________ with globalization, economic or otherwise.
This institution (and/or its acronym) regulates world economic transactions by insisting that global peace be best maintained through tariff free, economic globalization and, in particular, the process of trade liberalization: (three words, or the acronym)
Referring to the video, identify and explain at least ONE criticism directed at Wal-Mart - the retail superstore that has benefited directly, and handsomely, from economic globalization in the past 30 years?
The CRTC is a body that does which of the following in Canada:
Campaigns for Canada to garner a seat on the UN Security Council
Oversees international sport to ensure Canadian athletes are treated fairly
Ensures that citizen's tax payer dollar is used ethically and morally
Regulates a quota of Canadian content in media to preserve our cultural identity
The working name(s) of YOUR generation, born after the events of September 11th, 2001 and into the age of Social Media (from 2003-present) are:
Millennials and/or the "New" Generation
Generation "Like" and/or Generation Z
The War Babies and/or Baby Boomers
Generation X and/or Y
Which of the following events was NOT largely motivated by anti-Globalization forces:
Britain's "Brexit" (Exit) from the European Union in 2020
The building of the border wall between USA & Mexico from 2016-2020
Quebec's Charter of Values to ban all religious symbols in public services
The Paris Climate Accords to reduce Greenhouse Gasses in 2015
The following picture is illustrative of which of the following terms on your Globalization Terminology list (Hint: it is something that is threatened by economics of scale in our international plantation economy, with problems like deforestation for ranchlands and pesticide use for farming). (one word, capitals not necessary)
The process by which FNMI communities try to educate & preserve their language, culture, and ties-to-the-land (see attached video) by such activities as instituting a language database, holding public festivals, or with community education is known as:
State ONE fundamental difference between the ideas of economic globalization presented by John Maynard Keynes at the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944 and those of Frederich Hayek (think in terms of the role of government in managing YOUR economy and economic future)
The phenomenon presented in the chart showcases a major conern in how we consume information, partiuclarly news and entertainment. The correct term for this concern is: (two words)