Geography Unit 1 Globalistion

Within this Section you will understand the key facts of each section of gobalisation.

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What is Globalisation?
Globalisation is the process by which people, their culture, finance, goods and information are increasingly transferred between countries with a few barriers.
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What is Glocalisation?
Adapting to global products and brands to suit local peoples culture and marketing conditions.
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What is FDI?
Foreign Direct Investment is when a Trans national company spends capital/money in another country setting up a factory, business, joint venture or infrastructure project.
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What is a Ecological footprint?
A measurement of the area of land or water required to provide a person/society with the energy, resources and good they consume and the waste they produce.
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What is a Economic migrant?
A migrant whose primary motivation is to seek employment.
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What is a Multiplier effect?
The positive spin-offs that follow an initial investment in a region.
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Adapting to global products and brands to suit local peoples culture and marketing conditions.

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What is Glocalisation?

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Foreign Direct Investment is when a Trans national company spends capital/money in another country setting up a factory, business, joint venture or infrastructure project.

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A measurement of the area of land or water required to provide a person/society with the energy, resources and good they consume and the waste they produce.

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A migrant whose primary motivation is to seek employment.

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