Tweet The concept of globalisation continues to occupy a central part of the discourse in international relations. True, some of the heat is now out of the debate, for nowadays there are fewer anti-globalisation mass protests in the main centres of economic power than was once the case.
In a time when flesh is lethal, what does it mean for us to turn on our computers to touch one another? What does it mean for us to spend our time in a state of disembodiment? Whether it is online or in the dimension of virtual reality, we become bodiless.
Temporality, the thread of time, is in fact the container for the demarcation of real or imagined events in our lives. Historically, philosophers have crystallized the definitions of time within parameters of succession. Western philosophy indulges in the inflated importance given to the notion of the past and the grandiose role it plays in referencing our modes of temporal existence.
Asking Big Questions by Judith S. Albert Lung How do we present ourselves to others in cyberspace? Do we lose our "souls" in virtual communities or discover parts of our unconscious we were not aware of? Does this WWW global magazine virtualize the archetypes of the Jungian collective unconscious?
When does the internet become a destructive addiction? Is privacy still important in the global age and if so, how do we preserve it?
Is there such a thing as cyber-fright, like stage-fright or writers block, or does the nature of the medium encourage us to let it "all hang out"?
How does the Western concept of self conflict with the non-Western sense of state and community, or even "soul"? Creativity demands a respect for the self, a Western concept in terms of material goals, but an Eastern one when developing spiritual goals.
The self is messy, complicated, chaotic and contradictory, as all of you who have studied Jung and Freud, or even remembered your own dreams, know. Where is the place in our online educational model for the "deepspace" of the unconscious? What studies are being done on how the internet affects pathologies such as attention deficit disorder, autism and manic depression?
How can children protect themselves against predators but still express themselves and have fun? Electronic Disturbance inverted Is the traditional professor anachronistic? Can group collaboration replace group leaders? What is the best training for tomorrow's educators? How do educators compensate for limits while retaining leadership?
How can their biological mindbodies compete with the exhausting demands of cyberspace's seemingly infinite space and time? Will professors still be intellectual factory and migrant workers in the twenty first century, a cog in a wheel, smoothing the production of the courseware package?A comprehensive, coeducational Catholic High school Diocese of Wollongong - Albion Park Act Justly, love tenderly and walk humbly with your God Micah Having said so, it is obvious that the impact of globalization has been both positive and negative in the sector of education.
Listed below are some points that highlight the positive and negative impacts globalization in education has led to.
- Globalization has radically transformed the world in every aspect. Globalization is a concept that comes with positive and negative views and perspectives.
In this lesson we will discuss globalization and some of the effects it has on the U.S.
economy. Crime, Poverty and The Financial Challenges in Jamaica – Professors Norman Girvan, University of the West Indies and Donald Robotham, City University of New York spoke of Jamaica’s struggles over the last twenty years and the consensus approach needed to meet the challenges ahead.
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Globalization Is Increasing Inequality. Proponents of globalization, who point to the boon that results from the trade in goods and services between countries, argue that global integration increases average income within countries, and also reduces inequality.