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Mixed Topics - Englisch Abitur

 14 BALANCE OF POWER"
GB is no longer a world power
L Remains significant in terms of language, service
.
"1 countries do not have
friends,

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Zusammenfassung mixed topics Englisch Abitur (BW): Great britain (brexit), Globalisation (General, freedom, safety and security), the US (American Dream, gun Control, Immigrants)

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14 BALANCE OF POWER" GB is no longer a world power L Remains significant in terms of language, service . "1 countries do not have friends, only interests. - Henry Kissinger ""BREXIT industry and diplomacy: "punching above its weight." Since 1066, attempts have been made to keep Britain's power under control Membership in the EU was neither ideal nor dia they want to turn their backs on the Eu Europe is the most important export market . . 11 Britain & EUROPE British Ambivalence towards Europe People, goods and ideas: . • Referendum on membership had been expected since the elections Many Brits reject the EU's democratic deficit, but Brexit's consequences are open ↳ The economy is interested in trade relations with European countries ↳ The obstacles are more emotional that political Anti-Eu press successfully exerted pressure and avertion to States contributed significantly to Brexit trade, transport, migration and communication have made everyday life international the west has dominated the development americanization of the world (but that seems to be changing) improved living conditions for more and more people worldwide cooperation neces- sary (protectionism, growing world population, climate Change and cross border in- fections) British voters were mostly skeptical ↳ That put a strain on the government, which has to integrate the victorious eurosceptics into the conservative party immigration from EU member FEAR AND LOATHING IN THE EU" Economic crisis in 2008 Conflicts intensified EU countries were brought into disrepute among themeselves widespread dissatisfication in turn feeds popular prejudices, including against germany unequal...

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impact: National economies (e.g. China) are winners from globalisation, while economic and ecological ruin threatens else where • The losers are those employed in the textile industry in emerging countries (fast fashion problem) . TERROR, SECURITY AND FREEDOM villain or nero ? · Edward Snowden published details of the sur- veillance of private communications by the NSA He said: "I can't in good conscience allow the us government to destroy privacy, internet freedom and basic liberties for people around the world." glosalisation Snowden's commitment is welcomed by large parts of the public, while security agencies see their efforts sabotaged Too much or too little surveillance? 11 'He who gives up freedom for safety deserves neither." Benjamin Franklin in the age of globalization, threats can only be detected at an early stage through total Surveillance of possible suspects, and everyone, including allies, is suspect always want now new question country Market time change States ask democratic part makenever believe rules years changes plohaired single British market Eurozone de Union Europe many outside Europe's national Countries choice futurepeople Exporting our jobs? compensation for loss of jobs to countries with lower wages and lower cost of living through "technological head start" or increased productivity • These countries can increase their standard of living and generate significant added value le.g. through edu- cational opportunities for women to enable international competition) Getting the balance night: ·Eliza Manningnam-Buller explains why free- dom, security and numan dignity are in- Seperable • Torture as an instrument for establishing the truth is not only shameful, but also pointless children of terrorists also have a choice Terrorism seems less important to the us population in the face of other pressing issues The British experience: one generation of parents adapted in suck a way that young Muslims did not feel they belonged to them or the British majority Lack of positive identification is the problem Solution seems to be terrorism (which, nowever, has worldwide effects) IMMIGRATION The us is a nation of immigrants New people new ideas • The nistory of immigration has shaped modern America: Around 1900 most of the immigrants I came from Europe → America is constantly re- newing itself through immigration Ex-president Obama also emphasized the eco- nomic advantages of a more liberal immigration regime (the absence of which disappointed the Hispanics) Today people come mainly from South America There are geographical, ethnic and social information on illegal immigrants ultimately, it all depends on the financial in- centive, including for the families who remain behind Deepening Migration movements, countries of ongin and countries of immigration change in the age of globalization, but the motives basically remain the same Although industrialited countries need immi- gration, there are lively discussions about the pros and cons of demographics and re- tirement ages 1 in GB increased populism and racism in the media make exchange more difficult The promised land. Immigrants from all over the world shared a common goal: a better life America is still characterized today by the willingness to leave everything benind, start all over again and realize an utopia A similar determination speeks from the widespread religiosity and the robust hand- ling of criminals and firearms • However, the American Dream does not Imean the same success in times of crisis, doubts grow, international engagement has become difficult, reputation has suffered and China is perceived as increasingly threatening Zero sum game? • The us shows how both immigrants and the country of immigration can benefit from one another instead of harming one another The American Dream Despite social change and relative decline, America continues to play an unique role as a world power (expectionalism) in addition, Americans, favored by the legal situation, risk more than Europeans they are optimistic and strive for happiness " • But it also shows that the government leaves urgent questions about the Status of illegal aliens" and now immigration is handled unanswered Securing the borders apparently serves more eco- nomic interests than protection against terrorism GLUINS AND GUN CONTROL land of OPPORTUNITY what is normal? · what the forces of a society set as the norm is considered normal but is actually deter- mined by time and place J Also culturally unfamiliar must be taken into account and 1 if possible, in terms of inter- cultural communication (made possible by Sociocultural knowledge) شهید مصطف Aggression or self-defense ? • in the us the possession and handling of fire- arms have a liberal tradition, ansing from the need to arm oneself against state attacks E.g. walt Kowalski naturally takes up arms to drive the Hmong gang from his property or to Save Sue THE AMERICAN DREAM united by constitution, not ancestry, and since 1945 Strongest world power Armed violence in everyday life is accepted → in Europe, on the other hand, the authorities had the monopoly of force The impossible dream • in the us, social advancement has become more difficult (among others due to privat - ization of the education sector) The role of the government is commited, but partisanly discussed: "This nouse prefers its government big and beafy." what unites all parties is the belief in the American Dream →Barack obama: "If you work hard and take responsibility, you can get anead. "1 Dream and nightmore rolled into one Alistair Cooke: on the one hand inconsiderate profit orientation, on the other hand great chanty Andrew carnegie embodied both: he accumulated wealth and then gave it away, as planned ne followed a tradition represented by Bill Gates, warren Buffett and Mark Zuckerberg Intercultural communication Europeans are fascinated by now this dream is lived → Americans may appear similar, but sometimes let themselves be guided by other values () An American retailer in Germany experienced something similar → the study of the Hand book for families hosting German participants" makes fundamental differences clear

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Julia Reichle

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GB is no longer a world power
L Remains significant in terms of language, service
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"1 countries do not have
friends,

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

Zusammenfassung mixed topics Englisch Abitur (BW): Great britain (brexit), Globalisation (General, freedom, safety and security), the US (American Dream, gun Control, Immigrants)

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14 BALANCE OF POWER" GB is no longer a world power L Remains significant in terms of language, service . "1 countries do not have friends, only interests. - Henry Kissinger ""BREXIT industry and diplomacy: "punching above its weight." Since 1066, attempts have been made to keep Britain's power under control Membership in the EU was neither ideal nor dia they want to turn their backs on the Eu Europe is the most important export market . . 11 Britain & EUROPE British Ambivalence towards Europe People, goods and ideas: . • Referendum on membership had been expected since the elections Many Brits reject the EU's democratic deficit, but Brexit's consequences are open ↳ The economy is interested in trade relations with European countries ↳ The obstacles are more emotional that political Anti-Eu press successfully exerted pressure and avertion to States contributed significantly to Brexit trade, transport, migration and communication have made everyday life international the west has dominated the development americanization of the world (but that seems to be changing) improved living conditions for more and more people worldwide cooperation neces- sary (protectionism, growing world population, climate Change and cross border in- fections) British voters were mostly skeptical ↳ That put a strain on the government, which has to integrate the victorious eurosceptics into the conservative party immigration from EU member FEAR AND LOATHING IN THE EU" Economic crisis in 2008 Conflicts intensified EU countries were brought into disrepute among themeselves widespread dissatisfication in turn feeds popular prejudices, including against germany unequal...

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impact: National economies (e.g. China) are winners from globalisation, while economic and ecological ruin threatens else where • The losers are those employed in the textile industry in emerging countries (fast fashion problem) . TERROR, SECURITY AND FREEDOM villain or nero ? · Edward Snowden published details of the sur- veillance of private communications by the NSA He said: "I can't in good conscience allow the us government to destroy privacy, internet freedom and basic liberties for people around the world." glosalisation Snowden's commitment is welcomed by large parts of the public, while security agencies see their efforts sabotaged Too much or too little surveillance? 11 'He who gives up freedom for safety deserves neither." Benjamin Franklin in the age of globalization, threats can only be detected at an early stage through total Surveillance of possible suspects, and everyone, including allies, is suspect always want now new question country Market time change States ask democratic part makenever believe rules years changes plohaired single British market Eurozone de Union Europe many outside Europe's national Countries choice futurepeople Exporting our jobs? compensation for loss of jobs to countries with lower wages and lower cost of living through "technological head start" or increased productivity • These countries can increase their standard of living and generate significant added value le.g. through edu- cational opportunities for women to enable international competition) Getting the balance night: ·Eliza Manningnam-Buller explains why free- dom, security and numan dignity are in- Seperable • Torture as an instrument for establishing the truth is not only shameful, but also pointless children of terrorists also have a choice Terrorism seems less important to the us population in the face of other pressing issues The British experience: one generation of parents adapted in suck a way that young Muslims did not feel they belonged to them or the British majority Lack of positive identification is the problem Solution seems to be terrorism (which, nowever, has worldwide effects) IMMIGRATION The us is a nation of immigrants New people new ideas • The nistory of immigration has shaped modern America: Around 1900 most of the immigrants I came from Europe → America is constantly re- newing itself through immigration Ex-president Obama also emphasized the eco- nomic advantages of a more liberal immigration regime (the absence of which disappointed the Hispanics) Today people come mainly from South America There are geographical, ethnic and social information on illegal immigrants ultimately, it all depends on the financial in- centive, including for the families who remain behind Deepening Migration movements, countries of ongin and countries of immigration change in the age of globalization, but the motives basically remain the same Although industrialited countries need immi- gration, there are lively discussions about the pros and cons of demographics and re- tirement ages 1 in GB increased populism and racism in the media make exchange more difficult The promised land. Immigrants from all over the world shared a common goal: a better life America is still characterized today by the willingness to leave everything benind, start all over again and realize an utopia A similar determination speeks from the widespread religiosity and the robust hand- ling of criminals and firearms • However, the American Dream does not Imean the same success in times of crisis, doubts grow, international engagement has become difficult, reputation has suffered and China is perceived as increasingly threatening Zero sum game? • The us shows how both immigrants and the country of immigration can benefit from one another instead of harming one another The American Dream Despite social change and relative decline, America continues to play an unique role as a world power (expectionalism) in addition, Americans, favored by the legal situation, risk more than Europeans they are optimistic and strive for happiness " • But it also shows that the government leaves urgent questions about the Status of illegal aliens" and now immigration is handled unanswered Securing the borders apparently serves more eco- nomic interests than protection against terrorism GLUINS AND GUN CONTROL land of OPPORTUNITY what is normal? · what the forces of a society set as the norm is considered normal but is actually deter- mined by time and place J Also culturally unfamiliar must be taken into account and 1 if possible, in terms of inter- cultural communication (made possible by Sociocultural knowledge) شهید مصطف Aggression or self-defense ? • in the us the possession and handling of fire- arms have a liberal tradition, ansing from the need to arm oneself against state attacks E.g. walt Kowalski naturally takes up arms to drive the Hmong gang from his property or to Save Sue THE AMERICAN DREAM united by constitution, not ancestry, and since 1945 Strongest world power Armed violence in everyday life is accepted → in Europe, on the other hand, the authorities had the monopoly of force The impossible dream • in the us, social advancement has become more difficult (among others due to privat - ization of the education sector) The role of the government is commited, but partisanly discussed: "This nouse prefers its government big and beafy." what unites all parties is the belief in the American Dream →Barack obama: "If you work hard and take responsibility, you can get anead. 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