3 edition of Understanding the impact of global networks on local social, political and cultural values found in the catalog.
Understanding the impact of global networks on local social, political and cultural values
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Christoph Engel, Kenneth H. Keller (eds.).|
|Series||Law and economics of international telecommunications,, v. 42.|
|Contributions||Engel, Christoph, 1956-, Keller, Kenneth H. ed., German-American Academic Council Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||HM567 .U53 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||00458289|
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The reality of global networks, and of their interrelation with local values, is much more complex. This volume explores different paths for understanding global networks, local values, and their reciprocal impact.
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In particular, assessing the impact of political, economic, socio-cultural, environmental and other external influences upon health care policy, proposals and organisational programmes is becoming a recognisable stage of health service strategic development and planning mechanisms. Journal description.
Global Networks is a path-breaking journal devoted to the social scientific understanding of globalization and transnationalism. In the 21st century emerging transnational actors will play an ever more important role in both global and local affairs.
They represent the human face of globalization. DEFINING THE SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT. Health is determined by several factors including genetic inheritance, personal behaviors, access to quality health care, and the general external environment (such as the quality of air, water, and housing conditions).Cited by: 6.
There is little doubt that the digital technology and social media has already a significant impact on culture. Towards the end of the 19th century artists sough to capture their subjects through portraits of individuals who were absorbed in the act of reading a book.
Globalization is a process of growing exchange, interaction and integration between people, governments and private organizations across the globe. International trade, capital flows, migration, technological transfer and cultural exchanges are some of the typical manifestations of this process.
The encounters and relationships between ancient. Justin spent a year abroad in Shanghai, China. After about months, he found that through hard work, he was about to engage effectively with the host culture, develop strategies to cope with the psychological stress of being in a new environment, and shift his identity so he could connect with his new friends in China as well as the friend who were from the U.S.
also living in China. The impact of culture on business is hard to overstate: 82 percent of the respondents to our Global Human Capital Trends survey believe that culture is a potential competitive advantage. Today, new tools can help leaders measure and manage culture toward alignment with business goals.
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A new idea gaining momentum among global business leaders is looking at constraints as opportunities, capitalize on : Elizabeth Filippouli. THE IMPACT OF ‘GLOBALIZATION’ ON CULTURAL IDENTITIES and meaning that form the intergenerational network which provides continuity to social life.
Such a vision could not be understood except from the perspective of the observation of observers since in the recep-tivity of the point of view of tradition by each new generation what has. the effects of racial isolation and chronic economic subordination.
Despite the lack of national public awareness of the problems of the. urban poor prior to Katrina, social scientists have rightly devoted con-siderable attention to and dysfunctional schools. Neighborhoods of highly concentrated poverty are seen as dangerous, and.
understand the important roles that history plays in current intercultural relations b. highlight how relationship of power impact intercultural communication c.
point out how global institutions—political, economic, and media institutions—shape intercultural communication. The impact of institutional processes, social networks, and culture on diffusion of global work values in multinational organizations.
It is also increasing international trade in cultural products and services, such as movies, music, and publications. The expansion of trade in cultural products is increasing the exposure of all societies to foreign cultures.
And the exposure to foreign cultural goods frequently brings about changes in local cultures, values, and traditions. General Analysis on Globalization of Politics These articles discuss the theory, function, and creation of global politics and movements.
The page pays special attention to political tools and methods to build understanding about what drives policy making and political movements at an international level.
Global citizenship as participation in the social and political life of one’s community. There are many different types of communities, from the local to the global, from religious to political groups.
Global citizens feel a connection to their communities (however they define them) and translate that sense of connection into participation.
Social and cultural globalization, involving cross-border movement of cultures and openness of media, may also have increased a population's perception of the supposed benefits of foreign lifestyles (e.g.
in the form of greater car use, decreasing calorie expenditures) as well as of foreign diets (e.g. which may lead to greater calorie Cited by: A culture's values are its ideas about what is good, right, fair, and just. Sociologists disagree, however, on how to conceptualize values.
Conflict theory focuses on how values differ between groups within a culture, while functionalism focuses on the shared values within a culture. For example, American sociologist Robert K. Merton suggested. Blogging in the Global Society: Cultural, Political and Geographical Aspects provides a comprehensive view of blogging as a global practice.
Bloggers have created a new virtual world—a blogosphere—populated with opinion leaders and information purveyors, political pundits and activists, human and animal rights defenders and abusers. Understanding Our Social World: The Scientific Study of Society “I.
t may win the prize for the strangest place to get a back massage,” but according to a recent sci-entific article, twins do a good deal of it (Weaver ). Scientists studied the movement of five pairs of twin fetuses using ultrasonography, a technique that visualizes.
Cultural differences between groups of human beings have always been at the very core of cultural and social anthropology since it became an academic discipline: as Hunnerz says “diversity is our business”. Initially the discipline was concerned with the study of non-Western, so called ‘primitive’ cultures, which today also have an Author: Mariella Combi.
GLOBALIZATION AND ITS SOCIAL-CULTURAL-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS. UNDERSTANDING THE VALUE OF ARTS & CULTURE. FOREWORD. This report presents. the findings of the Cultural Value Project, one of the most in-depth attempts yet made to understand the value of the arts and culture – the difference that they make to individuals and to society.
The three-year project, supported by the Arts and. More businesses are entering the global market. It is vital for businesses to understand that cultural differences can affect how they perform in the local markets they are targeting. One of the first things to consider is communication because bridging the language gap is.
A second significant issue associated with the convergence of global values, technology, and communication is the ability of technologies to truly fulfill the promises made for it, both in the encouragement of intercultural interaction as well as its effectiveness in the development of new political, social, or cultural movements.
Definition of anthropology, political science, and sociology The learners demonstrate an understanding of: 1. human cultural variation, social differences, social change, and political identities 2.
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Thus, global media's impact on social values has had its criticisms, like: 1. Spreading messages of ideal beauty, which has led girls and women to starve themselves or apply harsh chemicals to fit.
Addressing the Social and Cultural Norms That Underlie the Acceptance of Violence Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief INTRODUCTION. Social and cultural norms are rules or expectations of behavior and thoughts based on shared beliefs within a specific cultural or social group.
Resolving complex ethical, social and cultural issues in the early stage of a global health research project or clinical trial can improve the impact and. Understanding the impact of globalization on cross-culture communication is imperative for organizations seeking to create a competitive advantage in the global market.
Recent economic challenges further highlight the need for organizations to develop the internal communication capacity necessary to control and monitor external by: 3. private life. The social and political processes of secularization, which were thought to supplant religion and its influence, have, in fact, served to strengthen it.2 In the age of globalization, religious traditions and pre-modern cultural forms, which used to be localized, have now become global phenomena.
The connection between culture and climate change By Bernadet van den Pol 1. Introduction change politics can therefore provide a clear example of how cultural differences, conflicts of interest social-economic and health effects of climate change are even more unclear.
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Keep in mind that the social organization and leadership of a group is influenced by its culture, history, reasons for migration, geographic proximity to its homeland, economic success, intra-group tensions, and the way it fits into the political and social context of its new and surrounding society.
Since its inception as an integral part of American life in the s, television has both reflected and nurtured cultural mores and values. From the escapist dramas of the s, which consciously avoided controversial issues and glossed over life’s harsher realities in favor of an idealized portrayal, to the copious reality TV shows in recent years, on which participants discuss even the.
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Although it originated in the United States, the Great Depression caused drastic declines in output. Impact of Social Media 1. The Impact of Social Media on Politics. A new study from Pew Research claims that 62 percent of people get their news from social media, with 18 percent doing so very often.
In comparison to other media, social media’s influence in political campaigns has increased tremendously.