- Created by: Katie Beaumont
- Created on: 06-04-17 12:46
The 3 Theories of Globalisation
3 THEORIES of globalisation include:
- 1). HYPERGLOBALISTS
- 2). GLOBALISATION SCEPTICS
- 3). TRANFORMALISTS
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Hyperglobalists argue that:
- The state has become redundantm due to globalisation.
- They also believe that economic and cultural globalisation is inevitable due to:
- Computerised financial trading
- Satellite communications
- Mobile phones
- These have all become more available which has enabled globalisation.
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The view that Globalisation Sceptics have on globalisation is:
- That they protray globalisation as a fantasy.
- They dismiss an integrated global economy.
- They believe that globalisation has not caused the state to become redundant (supporting state sovereignty), because:
- They argue that the overwhelming bulk of economic activity still takes place within national boundaries; not across.
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Transformationalists offer a different perspective globalisation:
- They accept changes in the patterns and processes of world politics.
- However, they also believe that the traditional features of global politics have not been removed altogether.
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