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Globalization, Government, Diversity and Communication

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1 Discuss the pros and cons of globalization and its impact on the United States. What has helped or hurt America's case for influence around the world? Have you felt that globalization affects you personally in your community or at your workplace? If so how? If not, why not?

2 The United States' general position in the Middle East has been to support Israel, promote general regional stability, and ensure continued access to oil. Recent movements in several of these countries have tried to topple some autocratic governments?and some of these movements have succeeded. Should the United States continue to support such autocratic governments in order to maintain stability, or should it support the instigators of the movements, who may or may not be receptive to American ideals? Why?

3 Is America safe from terror? Why or why not?

Criminal Justice

1. What is considered a diverse group? What are effective communication methods for diverse groups, and how do they differ from the methods of other groups within the criminal justice system?

2. What are some examples of ways law enforcement professionals may effectively communicate with individuals who have visual and hearing impairments?

3. What challenges do criminal justice professionals confront when they attempt to communicate with people who speak another language? How do language barriers influence the overall effectiveness of communication among all parties involved?

4. What is an example of a communication strategy within the criminal justice system when dealing with a special situation? How do the dynamics of the situation affect the overall communication style or method among those involved?

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History

1 Discuss the pros and cons of globalization and its impact on the United States. What has helped or hurt America's case for influence around the world? Have you felt that globalization affects you personally in your community or at your workplace? If so how? If not, why not?

The benefits of globalization include the capability for different cultures to interact with each other and for trade and commerce to be conducted over many different countries. Globalization has resulted in tens of millions of people being raised out of poverty, contributed to the implosion of the Soviet Union and communism, and has brought much trade to many regions that would have be destitute if not for globalization. The impact on the United States has been both positive and negative regarding globalization with jobs being shipped overseas for sectors that use to primarily hire American workers while many companies have prospered with the ability to employ cheaper laborers in third world countries. This has resulted in cheaper products for American consumers.

America?s influence overseas has been hampered by its many wars against countries that many countries believe were unjust. This has shed a negative light upon the American government and its policies. The American mystique has been greatly assisted through imagery and Hollywood as many around the globe continue to believe in America?s illusion of a picture perfect country, and this is a direct result of the propaganda that emanates from Hollywood and other popular ventures that Am Erica has excelled in.

Globalization greatly affects me because I currently assist students across the globe in their homework, testing, and other academic needs providing expert assistance to hundreds of grateful students who are able to access me anytime and anyplace because of globalization.

2 The United States' general position in the Middle East has been to support Israel, promote general regional stability, and ensure continued access to oil. Recent movements in several of these countries have tried to topple some autocratic governments?and some of these movements have succeeded. Should the United States continue to support such autocratic governments in order to maintain stability, or should it support the instigators of the movements, who may or may not be receptive to American ideals? Why?

America has been the catalyst for Middle East strife for the last 7 decades. Imperialism is the staple of America?s desires around the world, and any interests that are vital to Americas? economy and economic interests are vehemently protected. Therefore, the use of a policy in the Middle East that is placated upon the division of countries and people based upon sectarian divisions and other divisive measures is the American approach to handling Middle Eastern interests. If the autocratic governments that are supported by America are willing to ensure that America?s interests are adhered to, then the American government ...

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