It is said that globalisation has created both winners and losers. Which groups or entities are the greatest winners and losers from globalisation? Why?

Globalization has intensified over the past couple of decades, which has increased interconnectedness of the world in areas such as economies, politics as well as culture.   Notwithstanding this, globalization has resulted in winners and losers, which means that the process of globalization has had both positive and negative impacts on the world. The winners of globalization included developed nations and the environment while the losers include developing nations.  One of th...
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Does free trade help or hinder the development of the world’s poorest nations?

Over the recent past, evidence of how trade has become an imperative component of economic growth development, as well as making positive impact in people live has emerged.  Besides, debate on free trade has increased considerably. In fact, global integration has been able to lift millions of people from poverty (Bhagwati & Srinivasan 2002).  Therefore, I agree that free trade help in developing the world’s poorest nations. One of the ways how free trade helps in developing these ...
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“The UN is an ineffective institution of global governance.” Do you agree with this statement? Justify your answer.

The increased level of cooperation, as well as integration between nations, requires a strong and effective international body that can aid in facilitating relations more so in managing conflicts and disagreement that may occur in the international relation. In light of this, the United Nation (henceforth UN) was created with the aim of facilitating the aforementioned function. Notwithstanding this, the UN has not been an effective institution of global governance; therefore, I agree with the a...
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Economic Impacts of Immigration in Australia in the 21 Century

Economic Impacts of Immigration in Australia in the 21 Century Contents Chapter 1: Introduction. 3 1.1 Background. 3 1.2 Research questions. 4 1.3 Research Rationale. 4 Chapter 2: Literature Review.. 5 2.1 Introduction. 5 2.2 How immigrants contribute to Australia productivity. 5 2. 3 Impact of immigration on labour force participation in Australian. 8 2.4 Enhancing trade links and international markets. 11 3.1 Research strategy. 12 3.2 Instruments of data ...
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What is meant by ‘reflective practice’ within the education of language teachers? How can it contribute a) to initial training and b) to teachers’ further professional development?

Introduction Language teaching can be challenging to both educators and students. Language teachers are constantly faced with diverse classroom activities; they try to adopt suitable theories of learning, tools, as well as technologies to enhance understanding in the context under consideration (Mann & Walsh 2017). Teachers achieve this by drawing upon their experience as well peers’ experience in a bid to find solutions to various problems through reflective practice. According to Stirl...
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Given the challenges and benefits of sourcing globally evaluate the potential for a shift to near-shoring products.

Introduction As a result of globalisation, over the past few decades, increased global competition has left organisations with no alternative but to consider international purchasing strategies that aim among other things to reduce prices and optimize on quality (Schmeisser2013). As shown in graph below, services are also increasingly being sourced globally.  In line with this view, purchase management in most organisations have shifted their focus on internationalization to support glo...
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HS1-SOC10007-Understanding the Modern World. What, according to Jared Diamond, are the key differences between living in modern societies and in traditional societies? What are the gains and losses he suggests modernity brings? What is your view?

Introduction The importance of written language in human life cannot overemphasize.  In this view, this essay seeks to provide an analysis of the key differences between the traditional and the modern society. This will be guided by an excerpt from Jared diamond book: The world until yesterday: what can we learn from traditional societies? In this light, traditional society is termed as a society characterized by an orientation to the past as opposed to the future, with a major fo...
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What is the impact of Brexit on UK’s Economic Growth

What is the impact of Brexit on UK’s Economic Growth Introduction Over the past couple of years, the debate on economic impacts of Brexit has increased considerably. This has increased concern in the sense that Brexit may negatively impact the UK’s economic growth. In this light, HM Treasury (2016) elucidates that European Union usually has a positive impact on the UK’s trade hence; an exit means that its trade would be affected negatively. Given to the fact that EU is the single la...
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Withdrawal of Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) in patients with Motor neuron disease (MND)

Withdrawal of Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) in patients with Motor neuron disease (MND) Introduction Emphasis on Noninvasive ventilation (thereafter NIV) has consistently increased over the past couple of years.  This has made NIV become an important tool in managing acute as well as chronic respiratory failure in the home-based and critical care unit. In this view, NIV is termed as the administration of ventilator support without the use of artificial airway such as tracheotomy wa...
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Compare and contrast media censorship between China and the United States

Introduction  The debate on internet censorship has increased over the past couple of years.  In this view, censorship can be termed as the suppression and control of information that is circulated among the people. Precisely, it involves scrutiny of play, films, periodicals, books, and radio programs among other communication media to ensure information that is objectionable or harmful is altered (Magoon 2010). Among the common ways through, which censorship occurs include blockin...
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