Topic: Twentieth Century Top Element
Order DescriptionTo prepare for this Discussion:
• Review your Final Project assignment.
• Review the differences of opinion about your assignment and your classmates’ assignments.
• Reflect on the considerations you took into account when you formulated your Top 3 elements for your Final Project assignment.
• Consider what your thought process was for selecting your Top 3 elements. Was it difficult to narrow it down to just three? If so, why? How did you make your final decision?
With these thoughts in mind:
• Post the one most important element from your Final Project 20th-century Top 3 list.
o Justify why you believe this is the most important element from your Top 3 list.
o Support your assertions by making at least 2 references, in proper APA format, to your course readings.
Be sure to support your ideas by connecting them to the week’s Learning Resources
Note: The following articles are available in the Walden University Library.
• [ANN]. Why anti-American feelings rise in Southeast Asia. (2002, October 18). Korea Herald, 1.
Use the ProQuest Central database, and search using the article’s Document ID: 215979011
Within this article, the author discusses the increased violence found in the Middle East as the Cold War ended, centering on the Israel-Palestine conflict and how the shift of the United States’ policies against the Palestinians was not agreeable with Muslims who felt the United States needed to be more objective in the Israel-Palestine conflict.
• Campbell, L. (2007, November). Audacious undertaking. Literary Review of Canada, 15(9), 3–5.
Use the ProQuest Central database, and search using the article’s Document ID: 1386824121
The author critiques Naomi Klein’s book, The Shock Doctrine, a story which explains how America’s free market ways have come to control the world through the exploitation of disaster-stricken nations.
• Horowitz, I. L. (2006). Feuding with the past, fearing the future: Globalization as a cultural metaphor for the struggle between nation-state and world-economy. Social Philosophy & Policy, 23(1), 266.
Use the ProQuest Central database, and search using the article’s Document ID: 1011709401
This article explores many aspects of ongoing debates about globalization: specifically the role of American national culture in defining the issue of international outreach.
• Mc Loone, C. (2008). Globalization: What’s the deal? Package Printing, 55(4), 44–46, 48.
Use the ProQuest Central database, and search using the article’s Document ID: 1473999041
This article focuses on the importance of globalization in the package-printing industry and outlines its affect on supply chains, customers’ movement of manufacturing facilities to other countries, and overseas competition from other package printers and converters