Samples "Global problems"

Global problems

The world is in urgent need of saving with all the internal violence, depletion of natural resources, threat of nuclear war, global warming, and pollution within the oceans, which all constantly threaten to wipe life off the face of the earth. A new possible contributor to that list are the...

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Sustainability, in the event of disasters is the ability of the community to recover from these disasters using resources found within the community (Rose, 2011). For example, in the event of a flood, the affected community is said to be resilient if it has the ability to rehabilitate and resettle...

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There are three levels of issues that fuel the divide between different world regions and countries. According to Munasinghe (2009), the main problem is due to the economic growth, or lack of growth, exclusion, and poverty. Immediate drivers are the increase of population, consumption patterns, and governance. Finally, there are...

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Over the last decades, political relations, human and social dynamics and the global environment has become intertwined (Fuchs, 2007). This has led to more global economic integration as well as global forms of governance which further promotes globalization. All big firms are expanding their businesses to other countries so that...

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1. What do you believe are the three greatest global problems we face as a human species? Explain why you selected each one and rank them in order. The three greatest global problems we face as human species are environmental destruction, technological advancement, and changing demographics, in that order. Environmental...

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Comparing Gimenez’s and Sen’s takes on globalization, we see two distinctly different definitions of this process. Gimenez defines globalization as a term used to gloss over and obscure what is essentially capitalist development. She proposes that it is nothing more than a trendy way of talking about the increasing dominance...

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a) Micro-governments refer to a new phenomenon, whereby various institutions within a a nation-state are accorded more political power by the central government. Such emergence of micro-governments can be volitional or not from the perspective of the central government. For example, micro-governments can exist in the form of autonomous entities...

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In the past, numerous people defined themselves by their country of citizenship. People’s nationality frequently determined everything, from what they believed to whom they married. In some parts of the world, this mentality persists today. However, with the advent of globalization comes the creation of a new type of citizen:...

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Learning about global citizenship has been surprisingly interesting and being a global citizen has enormous responsibilities. Understanding the many elements has been demanding and meaningful. With technology, world citizen contact is immediately available. Nobody knows or cares what country one is from. People just want to get to communicate and...

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