gbl midterm

process of interaction and integration among people companies and governements of different nations
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countries with most of the control of the world economy and most largest percent of wealth in the worldglobal northpart of the economy in which raw materials are processed and converted into other productsmanufacturing industrieslow income and lack of access to rsources that results from structural forces in environment rather than fault of those who are poorstructural povertypublic policies that discourage governement intervention into economic activities reduce public spending deregulate commerce and privitize industriesneoliberalismstress held for a country to be responsible for their own successess without support from others but to rely only on what a competitive market can provideneoliberal ideasinfluences such as social class religion gender ethnicity customs etc that determine or limit an agent and higher decisionsstructural forcessocially constructed sets of social and behavioral norms that in a specific cultural group are accepted as appropriate for individuals of a specific gendergender roleseconomic activites that provide services to people or other industriesservice sectordisparity of distribution or oppurtunityinequalitytransition of economy from one dependent on manufacturing to one dependent on service sectordeindustrializationchange in geographic distribution or relationships of social forces or factorsspatial changecountries with little control of world economy less wealth and less political cloutglobal southpushing people to the edge of society; social exclusionmarginalizationcapacity of individuals to act independently and to make their own free choicesagency