Research Paper On Globalization And Education
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Globalization - Overview
A 10 page paper that begins with a definition of globalization, which is followed by a history of globalization. The writer illustrates globalization as international trade has been practiced since at least a few centuries B.C. The rise in globalization in the last forty years is discussed as are the arguments for and against it. The writer reports the rise in FDI and the identifies the countries most globalized. The writer comments on how culture evolves with or without economic globalization. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Education in Health Care
This essay comments on four aspects of education in health care beginning with using the COPA model for basic nursing education and adopting that model for staff education, patient education, and community education. There are three sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.
Globalization, Effects of Protectionism
This paper pertains to protectionism and globalization, and argues that protectionism only serves to complicate globalization, and does not provide can effective approach to economic problems. Four pages in length, six sources are cited.
Health Education Professional Organizations and their Websites
This research paper offers an overview of the websites for the following health education professional organizations: the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), American Public Health Association-Public Health Education and Health Promotion Section (APHA-PHEHPS), American Association for Health Education (AAHE) and the American School Health Association (ASHA). Three pages in length, four sources are cited.
Neoliberal, Radical and Transformationalist Approaches to Explain the Way Globalization Impacts on Culture
There is doubt that globalization is having an impact on culture, especially on the cultural developing countries. The writer utilizes the concepts of globalization as seen from the models of the neoliberal approach, the radical approach and the transformationalist approach. Following a discussion on these frameworks the impact of globalization has had on the culture of areas such as China and India is discussed. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography this ten page paper.