GENED3
  • 1. refers to the increasing sameness in the world as dultural inputs, economic factors, and political orientations of societies expand to create common practices, same economies and similar forms of governments.
A) Americanization
B) imperialism
C) Homogeneity
  • 2. This means, a given culture influences other cultures.
A) imperialism
B) Homogeneity
C) Americanization
  • 3. as “the import by non-Americans of products, images, technologies, practices, and behavior that are closely associated with____"
A) Americanization
B) imperialism
C) Homogeneity
  • 4. reducing regulations and barriers to trade
A) neoliberalism
B) capitalism
C) market economy
  • 5. private individuals or businesses own and operate means of production
A) neoliberalism
B) capitalism
C) market economy
  • 6. relies on supply and demand to determine prices
A) capitalism
B) neoliberalism
C) market economy
  • 7. approach which treats every country in the world as the same.
A) one-size-fits-all
B) media imperialism.
C) McDonaldization
  • 8. TV, music, books, and movies are perceived as imposed on devolving countries by the west
A) one-size-fits-all
B) media imperialism.
C) McDonaldization
  • 9. it is the process by which Western societies are dominated by the principles of fast food restaurants.
A) McDonaldization
B) media imperialism.
C) one-size-fits-all
  • 10. refers to the differences because of either lasting differences or of the hybrids or combinations of cultures that can be produced through the different trans planetary process.
A) Glocalization
B) Heterogeneity
  • 11. As global forces interact with local factors or a specific geographic area, the “glocal” is beong produced.
A) Heterogeneity
B) Glocalization
  • 12. The speedup of movements and exchanges of human beings, god, and service, capital, technologies or cultural practice.
A) McDonaldization
B) Heterogeneity
C) Globalization
  • 13. Ohmae(1992) said globalization means that onset of the BORDERLESS WORLD!!!
A) Broad and inclusive
B) Arjun Appadurai
C) Narrow and exclusive
  • 14. These are better justified but can be limiting, in the sense that their application adheres.
A) Arjun Appadurai
B) Broad and inclusive
C) Narrow and exclusive
  • 15. globalization is a world of things with different speeds, axes, points of origin, and termination and varied relationships
A) Narrow and exclusive
B) Broad and inclusive
C) Arjun Appadurai
  • 16. A figure to of speech in which a word or phrase is a applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable.
A) Solid
B) Metaphor
C) Flows
D) Liquid
  • 17. Refers to barriers that prevent or make difficult the movements of things, it can be NATURAL OR MAN-MADE
A) Solid
B) Liquid
C) Metaphor
D) Flows
  • 18. as a state of matter takes the shape of a container. Moreover, liquids are not fixed.
A) Solid
B) Flows
C) Liquid
D) Metaphor
  • 19. are the movement of people, things, places and information brought about by the growing “porosity of global limitations.
A) Flows
B) Metaphor
C) Solid
D) Liquid
  • 20. From the world itself different
A) Cultural convergence
B) Deterritorialization
C) Cultural Differentialism
D) Cultural hybridization
  • 21. Approach an emphasize combine Global and Local
A) Cultural hybridization
B) Deterritorialization
C) Cultural Differentialism
D) Cultural convergence
  • 22. Becoming similar one culture imposes itself on and tends to destroy at least parts of another culture.
A) Cultural Differentialism
B) Cultural hybridization
C) Cultural convergence
D) Deterritorialization
  • 23. means that it is much more difficult to tie culture to a specific geographic point of origin.
A) Deterritorialization
B) Cultural hybridization
C) Cultural convergence
D) Cultural Differentialism
  • 24. system of socially shared symbols, beliefs and rituals that is directed toward a sacred, supernatural realm and addresses the ultimate meaning of existence.
A) Rebellion
B) Religion
C) Religion
  • 25. multiple gods
A) Antheism
B) Monotheism
C) Polytheism
D) Animism
  • 26. single god/one god
A) Antheism
B) Animism
C) Polytheism
D) Monotheism
  • 27. No deities
A) Monotheism
B) Animism
C) Antheism
D) Polytheism
  • 28. Non-human beings(animals, plants, natural world)
A) Polytheism
B) Animism
C) Monotheism
D) Antheism
  • 29. Emphasize stronger ties and cooperation among neighboring countries.
A) ASEANAssociation of Southeast Asian Nation
B) NAFTANorth American Free Trade Agreement
C) Regionalization
D) European Union
  • 30. EU means
A) Regionalization
B) European Union
C) NAFTANorth American Free Trade Agreement
D) ASEANAssociation of Southeast Asian Nation
  • 31. ASEAN means
A) NAFTANorth American Free Trade Agreement
B) ASEANAssociation of Southeast Asian Nation
C) Regionalization
D) European Union
  • 32. NAFTA means
A) Regionalization
B) ASEANAssociation of Southeast Asian Nation
C) European Union
D) NAFTANorth American Free Trade Agreement
  • 33. IMF means
A) Including Mother Fun
B) International Monetary Fund
  • 34. TWN means
A) Third World Network
B) The World Network
  • 35. The term globalization first appeared in Webster’s Dictionary in
A) 1959
B) 1958
C) 1961
D) 1960
  • 36. Americanization who said that “the import by non-Americans of products
A) Roland Robert(1992)son
B) Ritzer(2008)
C) Kuisel(1993)
D) Stiglitz
  • 37. Says in Globalization As global forces interact with local factors.
A) Kuisel(1993)
B) Roland Robertson(1992)
C) Stiglitz(2002)
D) Stiglitz(2002)
  • 38. it cannot be contained within a specific timeframe all people and all situation
A) Martin Khor(1990s)
B) Al-Rhodan(2006)
C) Globalization
D) Thomas Larson(2001)
  • 39. A swedish journalist, the process of world shrinkage, of distances getting shorter, things moving closer.
A) Al-Rhodan(2006)
B) Globalization
C) Thomas Larson(2001)
D) Martin Khor(1990s)
  • 40. The former president of 3rd world Network (TWN) in Malaysia
A) Globalization
B) Martin Khor(1990s)
C) Al-Rhodan(2006)
D) Thomas Larson
  • 41. for instance, blamed the International Monetary Fund(IMF)
A) Roland Robert(1992)son
B) Stiglitz(2002)
C) Ritzer(2008)
D) Kuisel(1993)
  • 42. The reality and and omnipresence of globalization makes us see ourselves as part of what we refer as the "Global Age"
A) Bauman(2003)
B) Thomas Larson(2001)
C) Albrow(1996)
D) Martin Khor(1990s)
  • 43. One say Globalization is a very important change if not the most important
A) Martin Khor(1990s)
B) Thomas Larson(2001)
C) Albrow(1996)
D) Bauman(2003)
  • 44. The characteristic of the globalization trend include the internalizing of production the new international division of labor, new migratory movements from South to North
A) Robert Cox's
B) Ritzer(2008)
C) Ritzer(2015)
  • 45. First, the perspective of the person who define globalization shapes its definition
A) Arjun Appadurai
B) Caesar Poppi
C) Ritzer(2003)
  • 46. Second, to phrase the sociologist says Globalization is the debate and the debate is Globalization
A) Ritzer(2003)
B) Caesar Poppi
C) Arjun Appadurai
  • 47. "The Globalization of Nothing" said in this "Attitudes toward globalization depend among other things on whether one gains or loses from it"
A) Caesar Poppi
B) Ritzer(2003)
C) Arjun Appadurai
  • 48. Espoused the idea of globalization can also be seen as a flow of "nothing" as opposed to "something" involving the spread of non-places things, non-people, non-services
A) Jihad
B) Robert Cox's
C) Ritzer(2007
  • 49. claimed that, in general, the contemporary world is undergoing the process of McDonaldization.
A) Ritzer(2008)
B) Roland Robert(1992)son
C) Kuisel(1993)
D) Stiglitz(2002)
  • 50. Globalization is a transplanetary process or a set of process involving increasing liquidity
A) Ritzer(2015)
B) Robert Cox's
C) Ritzer(2008)
  • 51. Provided the alternate of McWorld
A) Ritzer(2008)
B) Jihad
C) Robert Cox's
  • 52. it is our basic human need to makes our lives better that made globalization possible
A) Epoch
B) Events
C) Cycles
D) Broader
E) Hardwired
  • 53. Globalization is a long term process thus, finding its origin will be dauting task.
A) Events
B) Cycles
C) Broader
D) Hardwired
E) Epoch
  • 54. These are also called "waves" and each has its own origin
A) Hardwired
B) Epoch
C) Cycles
D) Broader
E) Events
  • 55. This perspective is different from cycles and epochs as its specifies the event that is somehow responsible for the origin of globalization
A) Epoch
B) Cycles
C) Hardwired
D) Broader
E) Events
  • 56. This perspective views that the origin of globalization has taken place during the recent changes that happened in the 2nd half of the 20th century scholars
A) Hardwired
B) Epoch
C) Cycles
D) Events
E) Broader
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