EGN3615 UNC Is Globalization A New Phenomenon?

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I wrote the early draft and I have to write an essay about the subject that I wrote in the last paper which attached below and I will attach the chapter which I got the information from. please follow the requirement attached below.


Your essay must be well organized and structured coherently, with an introduction (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., clear thesis statement (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., well-organized body points, and a conclusion (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. As part of your essay, you must:

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2/2/2019 #GEA1 Essay Submission #GEA1 Essay Submission Submit Assignment Due Sunday by 11:59pm Points 30 Submitting a text entry box or a file upload File Types doc, pdf, and docx Available until Feb 3 at 11:59pm #GEA 1 Impact of Human and Cultural Diversity on Globalization Essay Submission Assignment steps: Step 1: Pre­writing (due Sunday, January 27, by 11:59 pm) Step 2: Peer review (due Wednesday, January 30, by 11:59 pm) Step 3: Essay submission (due Sunday, February 3, by 11:59 pm) NOTE: All assignments close at 11:59 PM. The phrase "due by 11:59 pm" means assignments must be submitted before 11:59 pm. Assignments not submitted before the assignments close at 11:59 pm will not be accepted. Now that you have researched, gotten feedback on your prewriting, and written your essay, you will submit your final product here. Your essay must be well organized and structured coherently, with an introduction (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­ tools/introductions/) , clear thesis statement (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­tools/thesis­statements/) , well­organized body points, and a conclusion (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­tools/conclusions/) . As part of your essay, you must: Explain one concept from your assigned chapter in the Globalization book (the little book), using your own words. Offer any necessary background. Advance the argument you make in your thesis statement, using your research to support your thesis. Clearly state the supporting and opposing perspectives you found in your research. You should paraphrase as much as possible. Include APA style in­text citations (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/in_text_citations_the_basics.html) that attribute credit appropriately when discussing your sources’ perspectives. You must cite your sources and attribute credit even when you are paraphrasing. Failure to cite sources and attribute credit constitutes plagiarism (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­ tools/plagiarism/) . Clearly state your own perspective. This should be clearly and professionally integrated. Using the first person “I” (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­tools/should­i­use­i/) is acceptable. Essay Minimum Requirements: Minimum 450 words A clear, concise, coherent thesis statement case/presents an argument. (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­tools/thesis­statements/) that makes a Clear, well organized, and easy to follow structural organization. Your essay must include a clear, useful, and easily discernible introduction (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­tools/introductions/) and conclusion (see the linked resources for information on how to write introductions (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­tools/introductions/) and conclusions (https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips­and­tools/conclusions/) ). You must use and cite three sources – your textbook, a credible agreeing source, and a credible disagreeing source – and your own perspective. You must use APA formatting (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html) for your references, and you must cite your sources appropriately. For example, cite news articles as news articles (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/reference_list_articles_in_periodicals.html) https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1343163/assignments/6469107 1/5 2/2/2019 #GEA1 Essay Submission , academic journal articles as academic journal articles (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/reference_list_articles_in_periodicals.html) , and government documents as government documents (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/reference_list_other_print_sources.html) , etc. You can find a sample APA reference page here (https://guides.lib.unc.edu/citing­information/apa­sample) . This assignment will close on February 3, at 11:59 pm. All submissions are due before that time. Essay 1 Rubric https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1343163/assignments/6469107 2/5 2/2/2019 #GEA1 Essay Submission Criteria Thesis Statement To earn credit in this section, a clear, concise, coherent thesis statement must be included. The thesis statement must be easily discernable, and appear as the last or second to last sentence of the introduction. The thesis statement must embody all of the characteristics discussed in the linked information, and discussed in the class lecture. Introduction To earn credit in this section, a clear introduction must be included. The introduction must follow the guidelines of the linked information in the assignment description. The introduction will end with the thesis statement as the last or second to last sentence. Conclusion To earn credit in this section, a clear conclusion must be included. The conclusion must follow the guidelines of the linked information in the assignment description. Globalization Book Inclusion To earn credit in this section, students must include and cite the Globalization book by Manfred Stager. Ratings 6.0 pts Full Marks Pts 3.0 pts Mediocre 0.0 pts Incomplete Something like a thesis statement was included, but it may have been unclear, wordy, improperly placed, poorly written, difficult to understand, more than one sentence, etc. A thesis statement was either not discernable, or incoherent. 6.0 pts 2.0 pts Complete 0.0 pts Incomplete A clear introduction is included. No introduction was included, or the introduction was insubstantial or unclear to the point of being ineffective. 2.0 pts 2.0 pts Complete 0.0 pts Incomplete A clear conclusion is included. No conclusion was included, or the conclusion was insubstantial or unclear to the point of being ineffective. 3.0 pts Complete 1.5 pts Patrial 0.0 pts Incomplete It is clear that the Globalization book is being discussed by the writer, but the identification of the source is unclear in some way, cited incorrectly, etc. Mention of the Globalization book is missing, OR a book is mentioned, but it is unclear what book the writer is referring to. https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1343163/assignments/6469107 2.0 pts 3.0 pts 3/5 2/2/2019 #GEA1 Essay Submission Criteria Credible Source that Agrees To earn credit in this section, students must include, discuss, and cite a credible source that agrees with the textbook. The source may NOT be authored or coauthored by Manfred Stager, the author of the Globalization book. Credible Source that Disagrees To earn credit in this section, students must include, discuss, and cite a credible source that disagrees with the textbook. The source may NOT be authored or coauthored by Manfred Stager, the author of the Globalization book. Student's Stance To earn credit in this section, students must include their own stance on the concept. It must be clear that the student is discussing their own stance. Based on their research, students may stand firmly on one side or another, may have an alternate perspective, or might see connections between multiple perspectives. Students should use the first person "I" when discussing their perspective. In­text Citations To earn credit in this section, students must include in­text and reference list citations for all sources, and citations must be formatted according to APA citation standards. Ratings 3.0 pts Complete 3.0 pts Complete 3.0 pts Complete Pts 1.5 pts Patrial 0.0 pts Incomplete It is clear that an agreeing source is being discussed by the writer, but the identification of the source is unclear in some way, cited incorrectly, etc. No agreeing source is identified. Although it may be clear that the student is writing about multiple perspectives, it may not be clear that the perspectives belong to a source other than the student or the Globalization book author. 1.5 pts Patrial 0.0 pts Incomplete It is clear that a disagreeing source is being discussed by the writer, but the identification of the source is unclear in some way, cited incorrectly, etc. No disagreeing source is identified. Although it may be clear that the student is writing about multiple perspectives, it may not be clear that the perspectives belong to a source other than the student or the Globalization book author. 1.5 pts Patrial 0.0 pts Incomplete The student mentioned their perspective but did not discuss it adequately. The student's perspective is not included, OR it is unclear that the perspective belongs to them. 3.0 pts 3.0 pts 3.0 pts 4.0 pts Complete 2.0 pts Partial 0.0 pts Incomplete In­text citations are included for all sources, and are formatted according to APA citation standards. APA formatted in­text citations are only included for 2 of the 3 required sources, OR in­ text citations are included, but are not formatted to APA standards. In­text citations are not included. https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1343163/assignments/6469107 4.0 pts 4/5 2/2/2019 #GEA1 Essay Submission Criteria Reference List Citations To earn credit in this section, students must include all three sources (Globalization book, agreeing, and disagreeing) in the reference list. The reference list must be formatted according to APA citation standards. Ratings Pts 4.0 pts Complete 2.0 pts Partial 0.0 pts Incomplete The reference list includes Manfred Stager, a source that agrees, and a source that disagrees, and is formatted to APA specifications. Sources mentioned before are included, and a citation format resembling APA was used, but the apparent use of a citation machine copy/paste method left the citation with glaring errors, such as all caps, repeated information, dates in multiple places, inappropriate quotation marks, etc. No reference list was provided; OR the sources were cited as the wrong document type (e.g., a journal article, book, etc. was cited as a website); OR fewer than the 3 required references were provided; OR references for all 3 required sources were provided, but the wrong citation standard was used; OR urls were provided without additional formatting; etc. 4.0 pts Total Points: 30.0 https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1343163/assignments/6469107 5/5 Concept summary Globalization is a very complex concept that continues to ignite debate among different scholars, researchers, scientists, and even the general public. Although globalization is commonly believed as the global interconnectedness, the aspect of globalization continues to spar different opinions in regards to whether it is a new or old phenomena. Most importantly, there is a general agreement that globalization stems from different concepts internationalization, liberalization, and westernization. From our text, the concept of globalization is perceived in different dimensions. There are those who claim that globalization is a new phenomenon while others sees it as an old phenomenon which began from the pre-modern period from the birth of capitalism and regional markets. With the industrial revolution taking center stage, the aspect of globalization took a totally new dimension as this was the time massive advancement in technology brought a new dawn towards the development of globalized economy. Globalization is thus an old concept that stems out from continuous and sporadic advancement in technology that has created an opportunity for increased interaction of people across different global environment. Annotated bibliography Woodward, I., Skrbis, Z., & Bean, C. (2008). Attitudes towards globalization and cosmopolitanism: cultural diversity, personal consumption and the national economy. The British Journal of Sociology, 59(2), 207-226. In this article, Woodward, Skrbis and Bean (2008) highlight the differentiated attitudes towards a global economy. In their analysis, they contend to the fact that globalization is not a new phenomenon because it traces its influence from the period of industrial revolution which heightened the development of new globalized and industrial economies. In this article, the author main argument is that globalization which is a sporadic development of economies through interaction and new perspectives within the technological frameworks has led to the development of individual outlooks, behaviors and feelings that transcends local and international boundaries. In this regard, the growth of globalization and technological advancement according to these authors has resulted to a more open economies based on cultural influence, diversity and consumption. Mikander, P. (2016). Globalization as continuing colonialism–Critical global citizenship education in an unequal world. JSSE-Journal of Social Science Education, 70-79. Mikander (2016) in his article argue that globalization though a new concept is a continuation of colonialism of a critical global citizenship in an unequal world. In his discussion he contends to his overarching ideas that the concept of globalization and global economy are fatalistic things that are simply taking place before our eyes. In other words, he argues that globalization is a new concept that continues to take center stage due to the sporadic emergence of new technology within the new century. However, he agrees to the fact that there is need to rethink and recognize globalization as a historical continuation of colonialism. In other words, he argues that globalization is a continuation of global inequality that should be recognized and opposed as much as possible especially by the developing nations that have suffered at the expense industrialized economies. Steger, M. B. (2017). Globalization: A very short introduction (Vol. 86). Oxford University Press. In this book, Stager evaluates the concept of globalization and agrees to the fact that globalization is indeed an old concept/phenomena that emerges from the preexisting concepts. Although it is new revolution, Stager, 2017 highlights different perspectives and contends to the idea that globalization is an old concept that rejuvenates dues to the growing knowledge within the context of technology and the opening of the global boundaries thus improving and facilitating communication, trade and commerce, travel, and other important aspects that promotes global economic developments. In this book, Stager, 2017 also gives a brief summary of globalization which is commonly thought to be a new phenomenon though not the case. References Mikander, P. (2016). Globalization as continuing colonialism–Critical global citizenship education in an unequal world. JSSE-Journal of Social Science Education, 70-79. Steger, M. B. (2017). Globalization: A very short introduction (Vol. 86). Oxford University Press. Woodward, I., Skrbis, Z., & Bean, C. (2008). Attitudes towards globalization and cosmopolitanism: cultural diversity, personal consumption and the national economy. 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Title: Is globalization a new Phenomenon?
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Is Globalization a New Phenomenon?

The issue of globalization has adversely elicited mixed reactions, notably, the cause of
disagreement is they seek to know whether it is a new phenomenon or not. However, going back
in time, it becomes apparent that globalization has been there all through. It becomes difficult for
people to know that since it manifests itself in various forms. For this reason, this paper will seek
to elucidate whether globalization has long existed.
Four significant stages affirm that globalization has been in existence, which include
prehistoric, pre-modern, modern, and early modern. Notably, the modern period provided the
general idea of globalization that people have today. For instance, this time was characterized by
social, political, religious, industrial, and technological developments. On top of that,
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