History of Globalization, Steger, Ch 2 (2013)

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1. Finally, the advocates of the fourth approach advance a rather sensible argument when they insist that any truly comprehensive account of globalization falls short without the incorporation of ancient developments and enduring dynamics into our planetary history.

2. 5) The Contemporary Period (from 1980s) ;

3. 4) The Modern Period (1750 - 1980)

4. 3) The Early Modern Period (1500 - 1750) ; "Modernity" -> European Enlightenment Project -> The idea of morality & law; But also consider non-European modernities

5. 2) The Premodern Period (3500 BCE - 1500 BCE)- Spread of ideas inventions (writing, wheel, ) across Eurasia's East West access;

6. The representatives of the third perspective rightly point to the significance of the time-space compression that occurred in the 16th century when Eurasia, Africa, and the Americas first became connected by enduring trade routes.

7. 1) The Prehistoric Period (10,000 BCE - 350 BCE)- Limited Globalization characterized by Divergence and migration, domestication of plants and animals)

8. "Advocates of the first approach have marshalled impressive evidence for their view that the dramatic expansion and acceleration of global exchanges since the 1980s represents a quantum leap in the history of globalization."

9. The proponents of the second view correctly emphasize the tight connection between contemporary forms of globalization and the explosion of technology known as the Industrial Revolution.

10. Applying TWO critical Reading Strategies: (1) Putting 'Text' in its 'Context' to understand the central argument; BY 2) Understanding how the chapter is organized and arguments in EACH key section

10.1. Introduction (summary of key arguments)- Is G something new or old? Different scholars have emphasized different perspectives. Three aspects are important, from the five time periods. Revisit these in subsequent chapters.