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    Definition of Globalization

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    Impressions of Globalization

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    Causes of Globalization

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    Global Profiles of Major Corporations

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    5

    Unequal Economic Development

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    6

    Culture Wars

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    Global, Moral, Religious and Political Values

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    8

    World Government

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    9

    Current Governing Institutions

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Globalization: Definition

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Globalization: Definition

This in the first module in Introduction to Globalization (G101), a free course at MindTools.net (Description, Course Delivery Page). The course sometimes poses questions prior to giving answers. To get the most out of each module, read all initial questions, check the answers, and take final quiz.

In this module you will:

  • Learn Important definitions of Globalization
  • Learn how to use an online database and glossary for Globalization
  • Take the final Definition Quiz

You may recall the description of Globalization we gave in the course description. However, you should carefully consider the options for a definition presented in the question below. Each of these options indicates the various ways people have come to understand or define Globalization.

Select what you think is the best answer, and then click SUBMIT. Selecting the correct answer takes you the to Answer Page with Definitions.

THE MATERIAL PRESENTED IN THIS MODULE IS CRUCIAL FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE ENTIRE COURSE.

Globalization may be defined as:

A. the closer integration of the economies, cultures, and political interests of the countries and peoples of the world

B. a plot by developed countries to economically and politically dominate undeveloped countries

C. "world trade" by another name

D. postmodernism

NOTE: The answer page contains substantive course material.

CLICK HERE FOR an alternative version of the initial question for this module.

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