The formation of group identity:
Ethnicity and nationalism –
appreciating particularities and
Lecture for the MA course:
“Ethnic Challenges to the Nation-State:
Studying State Responses from a Human Rights
Kjetil Tronvoll, NCHR, 11 September 2007
imagined community based on ...race, ethnicity, language, religion (etc)’ (Jarry and Jarry, 2000, p. 403) oppose the majority or authority ideology. Globalisation in the essay will be defined as ‘the key idea of one single world or human society, in which all regional, national and local elements are tied...
Drawing on debates in leisure and sport theory, using current sport, leisure and culture examples, critically discuss the impact of Globalisation and Post Modernity.
Modern day football is one of the most popular pastimes across the globe. Billions of people watch and play it every year and can be...
Economic nationalism – the topical issue 5
II.1, Definition 5
II.2, Ambiguity in similar yet distinctive concepts 6
III, Is economic nationalism really protecting the national economies? 7
III.1, Economic drive 7
III.2, National security 8
III.3, The naked truth 9
IV, Nationalism – implication...
Nationalism and Transnationalism
In the context of the European Union
(…) History says, ‘Don't hope
On this side of the grave.’
But then, once in a lifetime
The longed-for tidal wave
Of justice can rise up,
And hope and history rhyme.
So hope for a great sea-change
Nationalism is the most important feature of global politics as a source of both conflict and stability. The meaning of nationalism is elusive, as nationalism exists as an ideology and a movement, pervades domestic and international issues, and acts both on and through political actors...
there has been a rapid increase in Buddhist adherents, this is due to the accelerated improvement in technology and the consequent elevation of globalisation. Buddhism is a wide spread, immensely populated religion that circumscribes a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, based on the teachings...
effects of globalization are clearly illustrated in a number of ways. This essay will use the examples of India and China and discuss the impact that globalisation have had on the national identity and security of the state.
In order to answer this question, I will first explore the main theories regarding...
Globalisation is the new form of colonisation. In answering this question explain how and why globalisation is a fundamental concept in debates about the interactions between economics, political and cultural processes in contemporary society.
Course Tutor- Adrian Sledmere
Course Code- PO 53008B
During the first tutorial, my tutorial group got into a rigorous discussion regarding the prospect of Globalization reigning supreme over a sense of nationalism and all countries eventually coming together as one under a common 'world government'.
I personally believe that this is not very possible. Firstly...
Assess the sociological explanations of the relationship between globalisation and religion. 33 marks
Secularisation theory has argued that modernisation has undermined religion. The importance of science and technology on economic development and rational worldview on which they depend on are seen...
positive opinions, Das (2013) found out that globalisation in terms of international trade and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) can extensively force governments to change their policy, and take out local firms’ opportunities. Miller (2001) shown that ‘globalisation explains a significant increase in earnings...
absolute truth as often science if often confined to the time that it is in.
Many sociologists argue that we are now increasingly affected by globalisation and that there is an increasing interconnectedness of people across national boundaries. We live in one interdependent 'global village' and our...
and through flows of information, technology and management know-how. The world economy is becoming increasingly integrated.
This process of globalisation is one of the most critical developments affecting the evolution of national economies. Globalization offers participating countries new opportunities...
Is Globalisation gendered? If so, in what ways and is this important? Does globalisation rely on, reinforce or transform existing gender ideologies and stereotypes. How does globalisation offer new opportunities for rethinking gender?
Globalisation has a gender
Extensive debates have been surrounding...
Globalisation is an economic, political and cultural phenomenon, involving the increasing interaction, or integration of national economic systems through the growth in international trade, investment and capital flows. It is a cross border social, cultural and technological exchange. It's the process...
Can small states survive Globalisation?
Course: Global Macroeconomics and the Caribbean Business Environment (BUAD 6085)
EMBA Cohort 29
Student No. 96600261
Lecturer: Mr. Ramesh Ramdeen
University of the West Indies
Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
films and on television.
• Let us legalise gambling.
• Unipolar World spells disaster for underdeveloped countries like India.
• Is Globalisation Really Necessary?
• What shall we do about our ever-increasing Population?
• Corruption is the price we pay for Democracy.
Globalisation is the idea that the world is getting smaller, through inter connectedness, Different societies are becoming a lot closer to each other through technology and the media as well as transport. Fundamentalism, is the opposite to globalisation, where the core beliefs are still in practice...
TOPIC – Globalisation
INTRO – FOCUS ON THE INTERNET? OR JUST TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT? – Explore both sides and end with my conclusion... or better to pick a side?yeah well lets go nyeah well lets go n
The impacts of globalisation are complex and multidimensional and have been intensely debated...
Impact of Globalisation on Indigenous Culture
Dr. Biplab Datta
VGSOM, IIT Kharagpur 721302
Globalisation and information technology has increased contacts between people and their values, ideas and ways of life in unprecedented ways. This...
Nations and nationalism are, if anything, more important nowadays despite globalisation (10)
Nationalism has made a major contribution to global governance through our system of nation-states. Nationalism has been called an ideology, a sentiment, a culture or even a social movement that pertains to...
The future of globalisation
9 Feb 2009, 0157 hrs IST, Alok Sheel ,
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With thirteen letters, is it surprising that globalisation has such a chequered lineage? It has entailed rapid intensification of cross-border
The human face of globalisation
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION: THE HUMAN FACE OF GLOBALISATION ISBN 978-92-64-047280 © OECD 2009 – 2 Few issues excite controversy like international migration, in part because it touches on so many other questions – economics, demographics, politics...
Globalisation and cross cultural management
Case: globalisation of health care- shortage of radiologists in the US and demand is twice as large as the rate of graduation. Solution is to send images over the internet to be interpreted by radiologists in India? In 2004 170,000 foreigners...
Arjun Appadurai, “Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy”, in M. Featherstone (ed.), Global Culture: Nationalism, Globalization and Modernity (London: Sage, 1990), p. 308, as cited in Chi-yu Chang, “How American Culture Correlates the Process of Globalization”...
Nationalism vs Patriotism
Nationalism and patriotism both show the relationship of an individual towards his or her nation. The two are often confused and frequently believed to mean the same thing. However, there is a vast difference between nationalism and patriotism.
Nationalism means to give...
in many ways symbolised by the French Revolution (1789). In trying to resist the pressures unleashed by the growth of liberalism, socialism and nationalism, conservatism stood in defence of an increasingly embattled traditional social order. Authoritarian conservatism took root in continental Europe...
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How is Religious Fundamentalism linked to Globalisation?
We are reminded everyday of the revolutionary force that is globalisation. Rooted in a
UNIT 1 GLOBALISATION
1.1 Learning Objectives
1.3 Drivers of Globalisation
1.4 Advantages of Globalisation
1.5 Disadvantages of Globalisation
1.8 Suggested Readings
Over the last thirty years, the environment in...