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
an action as simple as eating a hamburger or drinking a soft drink. The increase in globalisation in the world has already begun a pattern of recognition and strengthening of cultural identity. The anti-globalisation movement is very vocal in criticising the western (or more specifically, American) of...
relevant ideas for the development of imagined communities) but for the sake of safety, completion and your education I've included it here.)
Nationalism: end of 18th century shaped by a specific context: by a "crossing (merging) of discrete historical forces, but that, once created, became modular...
and non-violence outdated concepts?
1.A Unipolar World spells disaster for underdeveloped countries like India.
2.Is Globalisation Really Necessary?
3.What shall we do about our ever-increasing Population?
4.Corruption is the price we pay for Democracy.
2. Enlightenment (17th/18th century)
3. Romanticism: countermovement Enlightenment (18th/19th century)
‼ Enlightenment vs. Romanticism
Rationality / reason
Control over nature
Descartes (1637): “Our goal is to become ‘maîtres et possesseurs de la nature’...
Department of Social and Historical Studies
1DEV610 Development in the Era of Globalisation
Academic Year 2009/2010
Module Leader: Dr Farhang Morady
Welcome and Introduction 3
Module Aims 3
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...
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.
histories as well as global phenomenon. Discuss the extent to which we need to explore the intersection (convergence and contradiction) between nationalism and globalisation in order to make sense of modern sport.
In today’s society, sport is seen as a huge influence on just about everything. For some, it’s...
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...
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...
Is Nationalism about to disappear from the international system? How is the fate of nationalism affected by Globalization?
Globalisation, i.e. the process through which different cultures and economic systems are becoming increasingly interconnected and interdependent, is one of the main factors that...
* Massive global economic dislocations
* End of Europe’s domination of globe
* Larger causes of world war 1
* Arms Race
* Rivalry among empress
* Dominance of British empire declining
Chapter 12 - The Second War for Independence and the Upsurge of Nationalism
I. On to Canada Over Land and Lakes
I. Due to widespread disunity, the War of 1812 ranks as one of America’s worst fought wars.
II. There was not a burning national anger, like there was after the
Chesapeake outrage; the...
Characteristic of themes
Mimicry, ambivalence, and hybridity
Orientalism (The orient, orientalism, the oriental)
Themes of post colonial literature
Gender, race and class
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...
Chakrabarti, Kingshuk Chatterjee
1. The Changing Concept of Nation-State and
Strain on National Autonomy
2. Globalisation, Development and
The Question of Vulnerability
Dipanwita Roy Ghatak
3. Interrelationship Between Development and
Introduction This paper discusses the relationship between states, multinational corporations (MNCs) and intergovernmental institutions (IGOs) along the globalisation process. The increasing challenges to reduce poverty and environmental protection can only be faced with a collective approach. This is made more...
conducted by the World Trade Organisation (WTO). That same year China joined the treaty (International Business Review, 2008). However, China’s globalisation history started in the 1970s, whereby a new government in 1978 brought a new economic policy “reform and open-door”.
During the past three decades...
adopt and how to define its national identity. Atatürk’s Turkey had drawn a clear division between religion and the state, Egypt likewise chose nationalism as opposed to Islam as its means of expressing its nationhood.
Rida’s concern with Islamic national governance became a salient issue for many...
relationships. Although these laws apply to both sexes, these were meant to be a step towards women empowerment.
• Influence of Western Culture.. With globalisation, increased communication and more issues breached on television, increased divorces may have been encouraged
• Lifestyle change: Increased...
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...
The future of globalisation
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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
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...
hardly adequate evidence to base his vision of future conflict between the "west and the rest" on. Waltz (2000) also noted that the "neglect of nationalism is the Achilles heal of the civilization paradigm". The reality is that there is no obvious monolithic cultural or political identity representing...
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...
Developing a Global Mindset
B D SINGH Sr. Prof & Associate Dean (MDP & C) IMT,GHAZIABAD
Market success is only part of globalisation. We must globalize every activity in the company. We’ve made some progress in sourcing products and components so critical to survive and win in a pricecompetitive...
(specialization of work, scale advantages).
Quicker economic increase.
Higher level of life.
International barriers are shifted.
Disadvantages of globalisation:
Free movement of people= *mass tourism and its negative consequences.
*Free exchange of people (migration=brain drain (fuite des cerveaux)).
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...
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...