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    1. 1. 3.1b GLOBALISATION is changing EMPLOYMENT SECTORS in both the DEVELOPED and DEVELOPING WORLD TOPIC 3- GLOBALISATION
    2. 2. DO YOU KNOW THESE GLOBAL INSTITUTIONS?
    3. 3. WHO ARE THE WTO? In your own words write down what the WTO is. There are a number of ways of looking at the World Trade Organization. 1. It is an organization for trade opening. 2. It is a forum for governments to negotiate trade agreements. 3. It is a place for them to settle trade disputes. 4. It operates a system of trade rules. 5. Essentially, the WTO is a place where member governments try to sort out the trade problems they face with each other.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iywG3_EG1c
    4. 4. What does this say about the WTO?
    5. 5. EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION ON DIFFERENT GROUPS OF PEOPLE (MEN AND WOMEN IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING WORLD)  Brainstorm any impacts you can think of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sBMOH pPZTI  What does the video suggest are some of the impacts of GLOBALISATION?
    6. 6. There are more jobs Has meant thousands of Women in the UK have increased job available in women in Kenya have opportunities in flexible, part time developing countries, access to land which employment especially especially in previously they did not Women and men in the developing world manufacturing and under Kenyan law have access to urban (city) secondary and increasingly in tertiary too Women in the tertiary jobs developing world have Men in the East end of London have reduced access to secondary increased access to jobs in car manufacturing that their fathers did education Many men in developing Many men in developing countries have to leave their rural homes and Many women in countries nations feel work is children with elderly relatives in better paid and regular like Bangladesh work in in factories compared to countries like China, to work in ‘sweatshops’ for TNCs, factories farming which can be stitching clothes for low affected by the weather In the UK, fewer full time jobs in pay, in tough conditions with limited or no breaks secondary industries, and more part time tertiary jobs than 50 years ago Task Women in developed Sort these statements into following groups and draw them countries have more into a table access to work compared 1) Globalisations impact on men in the developed world to 50 years ago when 2) Globalisations impact on women in the developed world more jobs were labour 3) Globalisations impact on men in the developing world intensive- so now women 4) Globalisations impact on women in the developing world are more equal
    7. 7. MEN IN THE DEVELOPED WORLD Men in the East end of London have reduced access to secondary jobs in car manufacturing that their fathers did In the UK, fewer full time jobs in secondary industries, and more part time tertiary jobs than 50 years ago
    8. 8. MEN IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD Many men in developing nations feel work is better paid and more consistent in factories compared to farming which can be affected by the weather Women and men in the developing world have access to urban secondary and tertiary jobs Many men in developing countries have to leave their rural homes and children with elderly relatives in countries like China, to work in factories There are more jobs available in developing countries, especially in manufacturing and increasingly in tertiary too
    9. 9. WOMEN IN THE DEVELOPED WORLD Women are more equal in the jobs market Women in the UK have increased job opportunities in flexible, part time employment especially in retail sector. As male dominated employment of the past (mainly secondary) has declined, this has led to increased pressure on women in the developed world to have jobs
    10. 10. WOMEN IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD Women in developed countries have increased access to flexible work compared to 50 years ago when more jobs were labour intensive- so now women are more equal Women in the developing world have increased access to education There are more jobs available in developing countries, especially in manufacturing and increasingly in tertiary too Women and men in the developing world have access to urban secondary and tertiary jobs Many women in countries like Bangladesh work in ‘sweatshops’ for TNCs, stitching clothes for minimal pay, in tough conditions with limited or no breaks
    11. 11. EXAM PRACTICE QUESTION Task Turn to page 174. Draw the spider diagram showing the impacts on the developed and developing world What have been the two broad changes mentioned at the top of the page?  Outline the role global institutions have on creating a more globalised world ( 2)  Explain the potential impacts of globalisation on one group of people (4)

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