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Globalization means the speed up of movements, and exchanges (of human beings, goods, and services

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Lernzettel mit folgenden Themen: • Definition • Chance and Challenges • These eras of globalization • Letter to the Editor • Line of Argument Viel Erfolg beim Lernen!

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GLOBALISATION } GLOBALIZATION definition Globalization means the speed up of movements, and exchanges (of human beings, goods, and services, capita!, technologies or cultural practices) all over the planet. One of the effects of globalization is that it promotes and increases interactions between different regions and populations around the globe. Globalization is growth on a worldwide scale. It is the cess of integration and international influence of economies and cultures. In the examples of globalization below, you'll be that it is not only an exchange of goods, but also an exchange of ideas and even anti-terrorist protection. chances and chances growing global network of trade, trave, knowledge · global problems and influence it is possible to buy and sell products all over the world world wide travelling exchange information across the planet learning about other people → cultural awareness and reduction of conflict's exchange between academics, experts or politicans more effects of research, protests and activism →global civil society migrants can Imove to different countries to find work and Support their families sharing knowledge, know-how and bring help fast development in technology, education, food and medicine ·conflicts between countries can be handled diplomatically better understanding (regional/cultural identity can be shared) →global togetherness gaining access to essential products, Specialities and medicines small and large companies have the chance to sell their products worldwide →global market area secures jobs, livelihoods and economic Stabity Challanges · endangers the cultural diversity of nations' languages, traditions,...

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ways of life, values and beliefs westernisation developed countries are tempted to use their economic and political power to intervene in other countries' affairs interventions . can cause a divide or even war global consumption, travel and transport, limited resources are disappearing rapid economic growth unsustainable lifestyle and consumerism potential "side effects" of increased migration: · illegal immigration people smuggling. bad treatment of immigrant minorities political interests, financial power and subsidisation contribute => unfair distribution of wealth and power →global players (financial disasters). • global competition for cheap materials horrendous working conditions use of child labour outsourcing, offshoring ·less secure in the global network data can be tracked, observed, predicted and controlled all our behaviour and movement are tracked personal data very difficult to find out which information is important → flood of information the three منهم بب individal shaping (Globalization 3.0) · since 2000 · from small to tiny new found power individuals → more driven • Western countries, companies & explorers • diverse -non- western, non-white-group of individuals plug in and play Advantages of multinationals to the country. • Brings work to the country and uses local Labour • Local workforce receives a guaranteed income globalization Eras of globalization multinational expansion (Globalization 2.0) · from 1800 to 2000 Great Depression and World Wars I and I multinational companies going global • Industrial Revolution global market & global arbitrage •Brings welcome investment and foreign currency to the country Companies provide expensive machinery and modern technology • Increased national wealth / personal income can lead to an increased • Leads to the development of mineral wealth and new energy resources Improvement of roads, airports and services Prestige value widens economic base of country Some improvement in standards of production, health control, and recently in environmental control own ´Globa) integration (Globalization 1.0). • from 1492 until 1800 Columbus opening trade · Size large to a size medium · muscle, horse power, wind power and steam power demand for consumer goods and the growth of new industries Disadvantages of multinationals to the country Numbers employed small in comparison to investment • Local labour force usually poorly paid very few local skilled workers employed • Most of the profits go overseas (outflow of wealth) • Mechanization reduces the size of the labour force • National wealth grows less quickly than of the parent company's headquarters, widening the gap between developed and developing countries lead to a · Minerals are usually exported rather than manufactured and energy casts national dept • Money possibly better spend on improving housing, diet and sanitation · Big Schemes can can increas national dept • Decisions are made outside the country, and the firm could pull out any time · Insufficient attention to safety and health factors and the protection of the environment may Developing countries • low average income per head • a lot of people work on the land, and many grow their food often only one or two main cash crops are grown instead of a wide variety; this makes the countries very vulnerable to price swings and dependent on importing countries many people are unable to find work; urbanization; rural areas often provide jobs only during curtain seasons not enough doctors and medical services growing population · poor roads and communication (infrastructure) • not enough schools and technical colleges, many people are unable to read or write dependence on richer nations LETTER TO THE EDITOR This is the type of Letter you write to business, government offices or companies, or also to the editor of a newspaper to express your opinion about an article. The style is formal, factual and respectful, even if you are complaining about some thing. The introduction: • starts with an introductory paragraph: Adress "Sir" or "Madam" or when the editor is unknown "Sir/Madam The letter is adressed to the editor of the newspaper not to the author Titel of the article Date of the publication Summary of the article's message in one sentence Reason of writing this letter EXAMPLE: Dear Sir or Madam, I am writing to you in response to the article In the article the journalist outlines.... In the following letter I would like to discuss... The main part • Give relevant arguments that support your opionion • Support your arguments by using: facts and figures examples experts quotes Refer directly to the article you are commenting on • Use abstract vocabulary to bring your message across emphatic or emotional language rhetorical devices like metaphors use a polite tone Use paragraphs to get a good structure into your letter ... in year ... The conclusion: End the letter with a strong statement that sums up your opinion, • write a short summary of your letter Give an outlook into the future Agree or disagree with the articles message • Give a solution or a compromise Please feel free to to contact me if you have any questions. I am looking forward to meeting / hearing from you soon The address of the editor you are writing to The letters topic Dear Sir or • Show futural problems or chances • Finish a Sir letter with yours sincerely and sign it and type your full name EXAMPLE: Full name Madam Yours sincerely Introduction Main part Conclusion Your address LINE OF ARGUMENT You will sometimes be asked to analyse the composition or structure of a text. The best way to deal with such a question is to render the the content of the text in short form, as in a summary, but 1. beginning with 'the author' ... 2. keeping stricly to the order of the ideas in the text, and 3. using such expressions as first, then, at the beginning in the second part, in his conclusion etc. Thus, in that kind of abstract [= the reduction of a longer text] the structure of the text is summarised along with the message - which means that the stand-point is utterly different from that of a usual Structure: summary The text divides into / can be subdivided into / falls into (...) paragraphs/parts / sections / sense units. At the beginning of the text/article/ his leader / speech, the author / writer/journalist / speaker says / writes/outlines / presents/ introduces ... In the introductory paragraph / part / section the topic /theme... are introduced /presented / stated / outlined. The opening / middle /closing / concluding (final part is devoted to / is given over to lexa mines / deals with data about / evidence on /in for mation about statistics about ... The author passes from A to B by a sutle /an abrubt transition. In the (...) paragraph, the author evades the subject / digresses from the main issue / varies the theme / changes the topic by alluding to / hinting at / mentioning He goes into/ refrains from going into I gives detailed details / particulars /information about .... Developing / Presenting his argument (s) (idea (s) / Line of reasoning / theme / topic / train of thought the author / writer argues / asserts / claims! points out / stresses / emphasises that ... He then supports his argument (s) by a quotation/ an example/ a comparison / a contrast. The author distinguishes / differentiates between A and B or makes/drawes a distinction/comparison between A and B. The (...) paragraph forms a l offers a slight /strong / striking contrast to the first section/ with the first part. The author plays of ideas/ balances sentences /paragraphs against each other. He draws / comes to the conclusion that... In conclusion / In the final part / section / paragraphs the author/writer summarises / sums up. The opening and final paragraphs form a frame for the entire text....

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GLOBALISATION } GLOBALIZATION definition Globalization means the speed up of movements, and exchanges (of human beings, goods, and services, capita!, technologies or cultural practices) all over the planet. One of the effects of globalization is that it promotes and increases interactions between different regions and populations around the globe. Globalization is growth on a worldwide scale. It is the cess of integration and international influence of economies and cultures. In the examples of globalization below, you'll be that it is not only an exchange of goods, but also an exchange of ideas and even anti-terrorist protection. chances and chances growing global network of trade, trave, knowledge · global problems and influence it is possible to buy and sell products all over the world world wide travelling exchange information across the planet learning about other people → cultural awareness and reduction of conflict's exchange between academics, experts or politicans more effects of research, protests and activism →global civil society migrants can Imove to different countries to find work and Support their families sharing knowledge, know-how and bring help fast development in technology, education, food and medicine ·conflicts between countries can be handled diplomatically better understanding (regional/cultural identity can be shared) →global togetherness gaining access to essential products, Specialities and medicines small and large companies have the chance to sell their products worldwide →global market area secures jobs, livelihoods and economic Stabity Challanges · endangers the cultural diversity of nations' languages, traditions,...

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ways of life, values and beliefs westernisation developed countries are tempted to use their economic and political power to intervene in other countries' affairs interventions . can cause a divide or even war global consumption, travel and transport, limited resources are disappearing rapid economic growth unsustainable lifestyle and consumerism potential "side effects" of increased migration: · illegal immigration people smuggling. bad treatment of immigrant minorities political interests, financial power and subsidisation contribute => unfair distribution of wealth and power →global players (financial disasters). • global competition for cheap materials horrendous working conditions use of child labour outsourcing, offshoring ·less secure in the global network data can be tracked, observed, predicted and controlled all our behaviour and movement are tracked personal data very difficult to find out which information is important → flood of information the three منهم بب individal shaping (Globalization 3.0) · since 2000 · from small to tiny new found power individuals → more driven • Western countries, companies & explorers • diverse -non- western, non-white-group of individuals plug in and play Advantages of multinationals to the country. • Brings work to the country and uses local Labour • Local workforce receives a guaranteed income globalization Eras of globalization multinational expansion (Globalization 2.0) · from 1800 to 2000 Great Depression and World Wars I and I multinational companies going global • Industrial Revolution global market & global arbitrage •Brings welcome investment and foreign currency to the country Companies provide expensive machinery and modern technology • Increased national wealth / personal income can lead to an increased • Leads to the development of mineral wealth and new energy resources Improvement of roads, airports and services Prestige value widens economic base of country Some improvement in standards of production, health control, and recently in environmental control own ´Globa) integration (Globalization 1.0). • from 1492 until 1800 Columbus opening trade · Size large to a size medium · muscle, horse power, wind power and steam power demand for consumer goods and the growth of new industries Disadvantages of multinationals to the country Numbers employed small in comparison to investment • Local labour force usually poorly paid very few local skilled workers employed • Most of the profits go overseas (outflow of wealth) • Mechanization reduces the size of the labour force • National wealth grows less quickly than of the parent company's headquarters, widening the gap between developed and developing countries lead to a · Minerals are usually exported rather than manufactured and energy casts national dept • Money possibly better spend on improving housing, diet and sanitation · Big Schemes can can increas national dept • Decisions are made outside the country, and the firm could pull out any time · Insufficient attention to safety and health factors and the protection of the environment may Developing countries • low average income per head • a lot of people work on the land, and many grow their food often only one or two main cash crops are grown instead of a wide variety; this makes the countries very vulnerable to price swings and dependent on importing countries many people are unable to find work; urbanization; rural areas often provide jobs only during curtain seasons not enough doctors and medical services growing population · poor roads and communication (infrastructure) • not enough schools and technical colleges, many people are unable to read or write dependence on richer nations LETTER TO THE EDITOR This is the type of Letter you write to business, government offices or companies, or also to the editor of a newspaper to express your opinion about an article. The style is formal, factual and respectful, even if you are complaining about some thing. The introduction: • starts with an introductory paragraph: Adress "Sir" or "Madam" or when the editor is unknown "Sir/Madam The letter is adressed to the editor of the newspaper not to the author Titel of the article Date of the publication Summary of the article's message in one sentence Reason of writing this letter EXAMPLE: Dear Sir or Madam, I am writing to you in response to the article In the article the journalist outlines.... In the following letter I would like to discuss... The main part • Give relevant arguments that support your opionion • Support your arguments by using: facts and figures examples experts quotes Refer directly to the article you are commenting on • Use abstract vocabulary to bring your message across emphatic or emotional language rhetorical devices like metaphors use a polite tone Use paragraphs to get a good structure into your letter ... in year ... The conclusion: End the letter with a strong statement that sums up your opinion, • write a short summary of your letter Give an outlook into the future Agree or disagree with the articles message • Give a solution or a compromise Please feel free to to contact me if you have any questions. I am looking forward to meeting / hearing from you soon The address of the editor you are writing to The letters topic Dear Sir or • Show futural problems or chances • Finish a Sir letter with yours sincerely and sign it and type your full name EXAMPLE: Full name Madam Yours sincerely Introduction Main part Conclusion Your address LINE OF ARGUMENT You will sometimes be asked to analyse the composition or structure of a text. The best way to deal with such a question is to render the the content of the text in short form, as in a summary, but 1. beginning with 'the author' ... 2. keeping stricly to the order of the ideas in the text, and 3. using such expressions as first, then, at the beginning in the second part, in his conclusion etc. Thus, in that kind of abstract [= the reduction of a longer text] the structure of the text is summarised along with the message - which means that the stand-point is utterly different from that of a usual Structure: summary The text divides into / can be subdivided into / falls into (...) paragraphs/parts / sections / sense units. At the beginning of the text/article/ his leader / speech, the author / writer/journalist / speaker says / writes/outlines / presents/ introduces ... In the introductory paragraph / part / section the topic /theme... are introduced /presented / stated / outlined. The opening / middle /closing / concluding (final part is devoted to / is given over to lexa mines / deals with data about / evidence on /in for mation about statistics about ... The author passes from A to B by a sutle /an abrubt transition. In the (...) paragraph, the author evades the subject / digresses from the main issue / varies the theme / changes the topic by alluding to / hinting at / mentioning He goes into/ refrains from going into I gives detailed details / particulars /information about .... Developing / Presenting his argument (s) (idea (s) / Line of reasoning / theme / topic / train of thought the author / writer argues / asserts / claims! points out / stresses / emphasises that ... He then supports his argument (s) by a quotation/ an example/ a comparison / a contrast. The author distinguishes / differentiates between A and B or makes/drawes a distinction/comparison between A and B. The (...) paragraph forms a l offers a slight /strong / striking contrast to the first section/ with the first part. The author plays of ideas/ balances sentences /paragraphs against each other. He draws / comes to the conclusion that... In conclusion / In the final part / section / paragraphs the author/writer summarises / sums up. The opening and final paragraphs form a frame for the entire text....