In order to understand why, it is important to consider how inherent characteristics of glob incentive such behavior, why alternatives are more radical than effective, and how the inalienable denial of system influence rates a cycle that allows such behavior to continue to occur. 1 . Reflects inherent characteristics 2. Dominant approach shape actual process w/ consequences 3. While always bad acts, the way inalienable taken form create environment make systematic problem. . Consider how inherent characteristics incentive behavior, why alternatives radical, and how the inalienable denial of system influence creates a cycle that allows such behavior to continue to occur. Body 1 Inherent characteristics of globalization incentive bad acts. The driving force of social interdependency has been the development and expansion of he economic system of capitalism.
Capitalism’s 4 innate characteristics of growth , desire to reach new markets, find cheaper inputs, and speed up the production and sales process have led to more and more global interconnection, hence globalization When you put an emphasis on personal responsibility in any type of open competitive system such as a capitalist market system gives competitive advantage to those who are most ruthless and short sighted, those willing to cut corners, tear down the rain forest etc. Leads to exploitation and a system of injustice. BP Oil spill 1. Inherent characteristics incentive bad acts 2.
Driving force of mind. Has been development and expansion of capitalism. 3. Capitalism’s 4 characteristics, growth, new markets, cheaper inputs, speed up production and sales led to more interconnections. 4. Emphasis on personal responsibility in open competitive system, capitalist market, competitive DVD. To most ruthless willing to cut corners, leads to exploitation and system of injustice Body 2 Millionaire’s individualistic approach to society along with the driving force of capitalism further incentive certain types of behavior and make alternatives less likely to occur.
The idea to focus on self, that any kind of mutual injection or responsibility is going to slow you down, and individuals are responsible for their own well being and noon else’s leads to individual rather than collective action. In the shift from Forbids to Post Forbids, government strayed from a social democratic approach resulting in cutbacks in public services, deregulation, and a decline in unions, in an effort to create conditions favorable for businesses in the hope of generating profit.
The increase in network and market mediated ties increased competition between business and places resulting in an increased demand for sourcing efficiency and downward harmonistic; creating conditions with the effect of lowering worker’s wages, work conditions, worker’s benefits, increased corporate profit, and an increasingly marginalia division of labor contrary to the leveled playing field vision painted by unilateralism.
While resistant responses to promote fair trade, re-regulate business globally, tax Fore markets to fund debt relief, aid, and global health, and promote open-source, shared science on global priorities exist, they are more radical than effective as they require collective action and have the potential to hurt profits. 1. Individualistic approach along capitalism further incentive behavior and make alternatives less likely 2. Focus on self, mutual connection slow down, individuals responsible for own well being no one else lead to individual action. 3. Forbids to Post Forbids, gob. Stray from social deem.
Result in cutback Of public services, deregulation, unions, create favorable conditions 4. Increase in horizontal into. Increase com. Resulting in sourcing efficiency and downward harmonistic, create conditions with effect of lowering benefits and increase profit and normalization 5. Resistant responses of fair trade, e-regulate business globally, tax Fore markets, and promote open-source shared science on global priorities, more radical require collective action Body 3 More than individual acts, unilateralism denial of system influence to shift everything on personal responsibility creates a cycle that perpetuates incentive behavior.
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Inalienable globalization is structured in a way without a means of stopping these acts to occur, customary law, thereby permitting their continuance. 1. More than mind. Acts, denial of influence to shift to personal responsibility creates cycle perpetuates behavior. 2. Interest of legitimating unilateralism, myths obscure possibilities of more just means and ignore uneven and inequalities result from glob. . Big g, bad acts to not be addressed on systematic scale nor considered as implication of glob. 4.
Rather, governance aimed between pro inalienable states that make negotiations and boundaries. 5. Structured in a way without a means Of stopping acts, customary law, permit continuance. Short Essay 1. In my opinion, Fair trade is most desirable due to its ethical appeal to take actions that actually level the playing field. A. Rather than having trade agreements that deregulate industry across countries, use to make worker protections, living wages, and these types of regulations an inherent part of trade agreements. Upward harmonistic: leverage buying power of consumers to benefit workers and producers through 3rd Party Certification from different products to make sure fair trade is taking place. Workers are making at least minimum wage. Fair trade certification include things like not using child labor or hours, etc. C. Inalienable response to unevenness of trade agreements call LOS and EX. To practice what they preach and end protectionism for agricultural commodities 2. Obstacles a. Millionaire’s individualistic approach to society along with the driving force of capitalism make alternatives less likely to be effective. B.
The idea to focus on self, that any kind of mutual connection or responsibility is going to slow you down, and individuals are responsible for their own well being and noon else’s leads to individual rather than collective action. C. While successful in some commodities where demand and need for them may be flexible, there has been almost no kind of fair trade movement for Other consumer items such as petroleum, plastic products, computers. D. Because US and Eh so influential in shaping trade regimes, put in little exceptions here and there to allow them to continue subsiding particular products to benefit themselves.