Sociologies through a globalized point of view.


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Sociologies through a globalized point of view Creating a worldwide educational modules By Athena Smith, Ph.D. Photographs from www.burningwell.org (store for open space )

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What are sociologies? Scholastic orders managing the investigation of the social existence of gatherings and people Anthropology Communications Economics/Business History Political Sciences International Relations Psychology Sociology

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What is a worldwide educational programs? Two implications: 1.National educational modules embrace a worldwide measurement 2. Basic courses, with normal substance educated in different nations. Worldwide morals educational programs

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Why do we require a worldwide educational modules? To end up world nationals. To diminish strife. To enhance by learning through watching others

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The need is earnest since strife likewise spreads through globalization Europeans think Islam is perilous BBC NEWS | UK | Survey uncovers Muslim mentalities

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The Pew Global Attitudes ( IHT, 6/29/06) Westerners and Muslims around the globe have fundamentally diverse perspectives of world occasions, and every gathering tends to see alternate as savage, prejudiced, and lacking appreciation for ladies Exceptions: 66% of the French open communicated positive perspectives of Muslims, and much bigger larger parts of French Muslims felt good to Christians and Jews. Greater parts in each nation aside from Pakistan communicated negativity about Muslim-Western relations (Germany 70%, France 66%, Turkey 64%, Spain and Britain 61% and Egypt 58%.)

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How Indonesians generalization the Chinese are rich Chinese mind their own business Chinese are egotistical Chinese feel that cash can purchase anything

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How we generalization Arabs The three B disorder: aircraft, paunch artists, or extremely rich people. 21 noteworthy motion pictures in the most recent ten years demonstrate our military murdering Arabs. Russell Baker: "Arabs are the last individuals with the exception of Episcopalians whom Hollywood doesn\'t hesitate to irritate en masse."

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Three stages Overcome the "who cares" state of mind What to do and how to do it Choose whom you can reach

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First step: Overcome the "who cares" demeanor Environmental corruption The tale of a pencil The Second Auto Industry Security concerns

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Global interdependencies 12 million American occupations rely on upon exchange, incorporating 1 in 5 plant employments. One in 3 sections of land of U.S. farmland is planted for fare Many of the country\'s greatest partnerships, from Coca-Cola to Microsoft and Google, rely on upon generous incomes from abroad.

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Second Step (What to do and how to do it) Different viewpoints of the world We have entered another worldwide request taking into account social near favorable position. Japanese social control. Indian scholarly meticulousness Korean devotion to bosses Cantonese enterprise YouTube - Traffic Chaos India

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Enhance the courses with online materials from sources like Globalization 101 or universal news locales Advantages of Globalization 101 materials Encompassing sociologies Frequently redesigned Free (Can come to the poorest)

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Specifically… Add the worldwide measurement to your courses Enrich the content with current occasions Assign ventures to examine which worldwide powers formed the specific occasion

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From grade school to school: Social advancement Use pictures to demonstrate individuals\' joy and distress pretending To show regular needs and practices To trade travel encounters

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Communication and dialect Discuss stories with basic equity messages ( Indian Fairy Tales ) Learn against biased dialect Role-playing shows regard Different religions Different sustenances Different family settings Different traditions and craftsmanship (moves, theater, music, silliness)

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One story may apply to a huge number of orders (history/business/financial matters) From Dan Griswold\'s Trading Tyranny for Freedom: How Open Markets Till the Soil for Democracy . "Financial mix advances common and political opportunities specifically by opening a general public to new innovation, interchanges, and equitable thoughts... By advancing quicker development, facilitated commerce advances political flexibility in a roundabout way by making a financially autonomous and politically mindful center class."

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College test addresses: A globalized approach Life in Rural China NPR: Rural China in Transition Job Losses Explode in Rural America India\'s Farming "Unrest" Heading For Collapse

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Similarities in country improvement among nations 1960\'s-1980\'s r apid industrialization Companies discovered less expensive area, less expensive work and less control Industrial enrollment moved neighborhood populaces from the essential to auxiliary parts

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Commonalities: Use of short sight and sound Building a Prison Economy in Rural America Cities offer refuse to provincial zones Playing with waste in India

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From 1980\'s to now Spread of biotechnology Revised GATT and NAFTA EU-India: Free Trade Agreement

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Globalized way to deal with world history 1. Help understudies to comprehend that their nation never existed in a vacuum and that occasions happening inside their outskirts influence different people groups. 2. Help understudies to perceive that recorded understandings are shaded by national interests.

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Re-composing writings Cyprus history book modifies sparkle clamor To maintain a strategic distance from \'us versus them\' in Balkans, rework history

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Include the positive… . Grameen Bank Credit is dealt with as a human right and a savvy weapon to battle neediness In Bangladesh 80% of poor families have been come to through microcredit The thought has ended up worldwide and incorporates Lending Investment Social Guarantees of Loans

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and the negative… Human trafficking is encouraged by expanded universal versatility, straightforward fringes, broadband correspondence, and political and financial change. The dislodged people, the war casualties, poor people, and those looking for the chances of the West, transformed trafficking into a blasting business. Not For Sale: Slavery map

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Third step: Choose whom you can achieve International coordinated effort Educational tourism Global classroom Reaching poor people

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Sierra Leone Pupils from Dorton House in Kent, and Milton Margai School for the visually impaired in war-torn Freetown, Sierra Leone, have gone to each other and cooperated on handicap rights and strife determination ventures. Here is the story from BBC NEWS

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Possible set-ups for a worldwide classroom among nations Synchronous separation learning Asynchronous separation learning Correspondence courses Exchange programs

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One Laptop for each Child Donate one Participating nations: Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Colombia, Haiti, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Mongolia, Kiribati, Nauru, New Caledonia, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Vanuatu.

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