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Michelle

Good basic overview of the effects of globalization - sociological, economic, and ethical; complimentary to Dr George Gerbner's "The Crisis of the Cultural Environment."

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Elias Daw S.

It seems excessive but what's being portrayed in the video deserved as much. It perceives a great message and really opens societies eyes as to what goes into your everyday choices or decisions, as to what you buy and how it ends up in your possession. How corrupt companies of the 20th ...Read more

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