Mr. Christopher Patten
Globalization leads to international cooperation which makes the world a safer place.
Lesson #3: Economic Benefits vs. Costs
Do the economic benefits of globalization outweigh the costs?
Lesson #4: Social & Cultural Benefits vs. Costs
Do the social and cultural benefits of globalization outweigh the costs?
Globalization is the process by which the world is becoming increasingly interconnected as a result of increased trade and cultural exchange.
A period from the 1940s to the 1960s when the production of crops increased as a result of new advances such as mechanical equipment, new farming techniques, and chemical fertilizers.
Technological changes have resulted in a more interconnected world, affecting economic and political relations, and in some cases leading to conflict, and in others to efforts to cooperate.
Lesson #5: Effect on Environment
Lesson #7: International Response