The Geography of Global Processes
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The paper looks at globalization and links it to broader class discussions about spatial interaction, scale, human/nature relationships and "space, place, and landscape" by pondering the consequences of asymmetric exchanges of investment and people between different parts of the world. The paper uses the nation of Thailand as a worthy case study for this exploration, though other countries are also discussed.
From the Paper:"The last generation has seen the term, "globalization", creep into the everyday lexicon. Beyond that, more and more North Americans are experiencing the impact of globalization as jobs and money move elsewhere and as some benefit from the new global phenomenon while others lose out. With that in mind, the question at the heart of the following paper is how globalization affects global divisions between the rich and the poor and how - and to what extent - this phenomenon ties in with the broad concepts discussed in our course work. In particular, the paper will look at this state of affairs and link it to broader class discussions about spatial..."
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