Question Description

You need to read each chapter than fill the Template please:

  • The global factory and the production of consumer goods

Read Duhigg and Barboza : then fill the Template for Active/Critical Reading Notes

  • The political dimension of globalization: an introduction:

Read Steger Chapter 4 : then fill the Template for Active/Critical Reading Notes

  • The right- wing populist challenge to globalization:

Read Haidt : then fill the Template for Active/Critical Reading Notes

  • Is there a path towards effective global governance?

Read Hale and Held : then fill the Template for Active/Critical Reading Notes

  • Citizenship beyond the nation? Examining migrant transnational citizenship.

Read Tejada : then fill the Template for Active/Critical Reading Notes

Template for Active/Critical Reading Notes

(Complete one for each assigned reading this semester)

Title of the reading:

Author(s):

Date assigned:

Important Points:

list what you find to be the most important points contained in this reading. Write them in your own words. Paraphrase and summarize properly. Don’t list every single concept presented in the reading; focus on the “significant” points, that is, the ones you find to be most important and/or interesting.

Quotes:

copy out at least 3 of your “favorite” quotes. Include page numbers.

Questions: write 3-5 significant questions *of your own* that come up for you as you read the text. You’ll want to ask a range of questions, including ones seeking the clarification of important points, ones exploring connections with other readings/topics, etc.

Reflections:

write out your own thoughts, reactions, and reflections to the topics and ideas contained in this reading. Strive for a minimum of 250 words.