Extraordinary Facets of Modern Globalization

In an approximately 500-word response, address the following issues/questions:

  • Critically evaluate methods for identifying learning needs in your organisation. In your analysis, address your own research within the topic.
  • In formulating your Key Concept Exercise, consider the following questions:
    • What is the common understanding of learning needs?
    • How could ideas from the literature be used to improve practice in your organisation?
    • Which approach is reflected by your organisation: the comprehensive approach, key task approach, problem-centred approach or competency approach, or none of these?
    • What are the reasons for the approach adopted by your organisation?
    • Part 2
  1. One of the most extraordinary facets of modern globalization is the incredible extent of information flows and the speed at which this information is relayed around the world. Despite efforts by many states and certain sectors of society to censor or block these flows, powerful and potentially destabilizing ideas are disseminating across the globe. For better or for worse much of world politics today is impacted by the power of ideas.

The above statement best represents which international relations perspective?

(a) realism

(b) liberalism

(c) constructivism

(d) Marxism

  1. Which of the following statements on globalization would a globalization skeptic most likely agree with?

(a) Globalization today has a transformative effect on world politics.

(b) Globalization is cyclical in nature.

(c) Globalization is a form of Westernization affecting some parts of the world.

(d) Globalization is in need of major reform.

  1. Tariffs, quotas, and subsidies are examples of what economic philosophy or position?

(a) free-market


(c) upgrading

(d) liberalism

  1. The ability (of a country or economic actor) to carry out a particular economic activity (such as making a specific product) at a lower opportunity cost and more efficiently than another activity. What is this a definition of?

(a) convergence

(b) outsourcing

(c) comparative advantage

(d) race to the bottom

  1. The phenomenon of strong loyalty to one’s nation as a distinct group; looking back to a so-called glorious national past as inspiration for the future of the nation-state, often triggered by an identity crisis and/or real or perceived threats with the focus of grievance on internal and/or external enemies.What is this referring to?

(a) tribalization

(b) differentialism

(c) protectionism

(d) deterritorialization

  1. The economic relationship between rich and poor parts of the world can be characterized as that of the core, semi-periphery, and periphery where the core exploits the periphery and economic inequalities are created and perpetuated. Resources and cheap labor flow to the core from the periphery, enriching the former at the expense of the latter.

The above statement best represents which global economic perspective?

(a) mercantilism

(b) Keynesian ism

(c) neoliberalism

(d) world systems theory

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