Wednesday, May 20, 2015
RThe term pace of change means how fast something is going like how fast a caterpillar takes in its cocoon to turn into a butterfly, it literally means the pace that something's changes at. For example you could measure how long it takes for a whole city to be converted to another religion like how some of Rome's cities converted mainly to Christianity because of one of its emperors was baptized. Another example is how long it takes a cup of water to become a cup of ice in the freezer. You would measure how long it took for the water to freeze.
Friday, May 15, 2015
1.The two main ideas that I took away with me are that countries and companies only care about profit and not their workers and that globalization is good for some countries because it brings new ideas.
2. The ideas that really stuck with me was when Manuela P. said that some corporations are destroying their own resources.
3. I did not really have an idea that I did not agree with.
4.I feel that I did nor speak much because I was listening to every one else and gathering info, but my partner Esteban was giving me very good things to say and if I did this again I would listen to him more.
Monday, May 4, 2015
An example of economic globalization is how the company apple has stores all over the world and they give forms of communication to many people regardless of their heritage.
Another form of economic globalization is the company ford car company because they sell to people all over the world.
A final example of economic globalization is how Xbox or PlayStation connects people all over by letting them by and use their project.
An example of cultural globalization is how a celebration like Christmas is celebrated all over the world.
Another example of cultural globalization is how cultures like Hawaiian culture is used all over the world for learning and so on.
Lastly an example of cultural globalization is how the English language is used all over the world to unite people.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
My life would be considerably different in South Korea at this time, for one I can't speak Korean but lets say I did not need to.
My life would still be very different because of racial differences. I would have a considerably hard time getting a job or even getting around on public transportation, people would either avoid me completely, yell racial insults and slurs at me or even called mixed or un-pure blood because I was not Korean.
people like me would have been treated badly if they moved to South Korea. they might even be denied jobs and marriage.
My privileges would be very different even if I was half South Korean, I would would be called a mixed blood and would still not have access to the same opportunities.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
I thought that my results would be more balanced but I guess that I was wrong, expanding on what I said earlier I think that now I get why. I was raised in a house where my dad did the work and my mom stayed at home with us, at least for as long as we weren't old enough to go to school, then she went to work. But my point is that I was affected by it in the time of my life that made me who I am today, so I may make myself think one thing but that part of me will always make the same decisions.