Globalisation key terms

Economic Globalisation
This is where national economies have absorbed into one global economy, through trade, since the 1980s.
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Cultural Globalisation
This is the process of information, commodities and images produced into 1 part of the world, will enter a global flow, 'flattening out' cultural differences between nations, regions and religions
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Political Globalisation
This is where the responsibility of policy and decision malomg has been transferred from national governments to international organisations, such as the EU
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Example of an international organisation
The EU/IMF/UN
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A source of economic globalisation
Trade
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Does trade prevent war
yes
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This is the process of information, commodities and images produced into 1 part of the world, will enter a global flow, 'flattening out' cultural differences between nations, regions and religions

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Political Globalisation

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A source of economic globalisation

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