Globalisation Theorists


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Eriksen
7 features of globalisation
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Auge
Argues that "Disembedding" is bad as it causes "non-places" in which the local and peculiar are lost
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Ritzer
Globalisation = Mcdonalidisation
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Robertson
Argues that Mcdonalds caters for a globalised market and that is adapts to meet the local needs e.g Outback burger in Australia
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Hannerz
Cerolisation, flows, burring of boundaries.
5 of 12
Kearney
Transnationalism shows that nation states still retain their importance. Deterritorialisation creates detached universal qualities.
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Kearney
Global media disseminates a non-local identity
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Barber
Jihad vs McWorld - Globalisation poses a threat to certain tribal forces hence they react through drastic actions such as EDL and 9/11
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Wallerstein
World System Theory - Core, Semi-Periphery, Periphery (World Capitalism)
9 of 12
Flew
Globalisation shortens the distance between people
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Berger
Argues that globalisation = Westernisation
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Barker
Criticises "Berger" by suggesting that movements of globalisation are multi-directional e.g Islam, Food, Anime.
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Argues that "Disembedding" is bad as it causes "non-places" in which the local and peculiar are lost

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Auge

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Globalisation = Mcdonalidisation

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Card 4

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Argues that Mcdonalds caters for a globalised market and that is adapts to meet the local needs e.g Outback burger in Australia

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Card 5

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Cerolisation, flows, burring of boundaries.

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