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All agency action can be classified in three categories: quasi-adjudication: order making, judicial quasi-legislation: rulemaking executive
Posted On: Nov. 3, 2017
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historyWeek 5 discussion 1 Globalization For several hundred years, Europeans and western nations have dominated several part of the world on the basis of their economic and military power. This domination has been challenged several times in the past and even today it is being done today, which can be witnessed by incidents happening in the Middle East and erstwhile Russian empire. History is full of details about western imperialism, which has been continuing under the guise of “expansion of Europe.” The ambitions of imperialists were successful due to several reasons such as technological innovations in the fields of developing better firearms, medical advances and so on. Western countries, when faced with the problem of diseases in their countries, took up this challenge and did extensive research and developed newer medicines. The developing countries like India, China and Japan, due to limited resources at their disposal could not face the challenge and helplessly depended on the mercy of western nations. It is not that these countries did not have intelligent personnel within their own countries. In fact, until the fifteenth century, Chinese and Arab countries were at the forefront of technology using indigenous ways to handle problems related to sickness, disease or doing mundane things in day –to-day life. Western countries took lead because of several factors; the prominent among the same was their culture that encouraged experimentation with nature, scientific research and rewards associated with the same. the other factor was the spirit of competitiveness in European civilization. this competitive spirit existed not only among different countries in Europe by also among its inhabitants such as traders, bankers, who competed amongst one another and gained importance and glory. Decolonization was influential to major changes in the world politics. A lot of changes can be attributed to decolonization. These changes could positive and negative, minor and major in nature. It is the desire for self – determination and a beneficial perspective of values, identity, ideas that led to a feeling of oneness among nations where decolonization took place. Reference Lockard C. (2010) Societies, Networks, and Transitions Cengage Learning Week 5 discussion 2 Women of Asia in a globalized world Globalization has had tremendous impact for women, the consequences of the same, have been both positive and negative in nature. Several people point out to the fact that due to globalization policies of the nations have been changed and they are forced to look for alternate ways of earning money to have a decent living. The other aspect of globalization is that expansion of capitalism across the globe has made available massive number of jobs for millions of women. This has proved to be a blessing in disguise for them as they no longer have to depend on their husbands and male relatives to meet their financial needs. It has brought about great freedom to women, especially to those who are living in traditional and conservative countries, especially developing nations. In these countries women were primarily dependent on their male relatives, be it husbands, father or brothers. The economic freedom and independence has acted as a great confidence booster to these women. Now they can make their personal choices and take decisions concerning their lives independently. By bringing women into the main workforce, the globalization has provided them more power, which they lacked earlier. This power is now being utilized by them to put to an end the stagnant system that breeds poverty, encourages exploitation and leads to oppression. There are issues of sexual harassment, equal pay, maternity and rights that need to be addressed. This is the biggest challenge for women workforce across countries and especially in developing countries. The cultural revolution and proximity and ease of availing information due to globalization have helped women in staking their claims to their rights and their emancipation. Reference G Greer (2009) The Whole Woman Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group