Seattle Central College Current Event Related to Globalization Bibliography

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Current Event Analysis AssignmentFor this assignment you will find a popular press article about a current event related to globalization. Using that article and outside sources, you will consider how your selected current event fits into broader patterns of globalization.Step 1: Understanding a Current EventIn Step 1 you will use the Current Event Analysis WorksheetActions to select an article and begin analyzing the global forces related to your selected current event.Choose an articleFor this assignment, you will need to select a reputable, full-length popular press article. This means that your article must come from a news source that is held in high regard. Examples include The New York Times, The Atlantic, the BBC, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Economist, the New Yorker, Bloomberg News, The Associated Press, Reuters, NPR, Time Magazine, the Seattle Times, etc. If you are having trouble identifying if an article you wish to use is from a reputable source, please consult the library research guide associated with this course (guides.lib.uw.edu/research/geog123), a UW librarian, your instructor, or TA.It should also be a “full-length article” which means that articles should be at least 800 words and represent a complete and coherent explanation of an event (rather than an update to a previous news story).Finally, the article you select must pertain to globalization and describe a current event. How it pertains to globalization is up to you—if you see clear connections with class content, this will help you in the remainder of this assignment. While the definition of what constitutes a current event is subjective, the article you select should be published within the last three years.Connect your current event with global patternsCarefully read through your article and analyze how it fits into the global patterns you have been learning about this quarter. You are asked to find two supporting sources to help give you context and help you make the connections between your selected current event and global patterns. These supporting sources can be other news articles, scholarly articles, historical overviews, timelines of events, etc.Remember that you are being asked to analyze the event you have selected within the context of globalization. It is not sufficient to simply recount the event or a timeline of related events. Instead, be sure to explain how this event is the product of global forces, what impact it might have globally, and relate it to specific things you have learned about in class.Keep track of your sourcesBe sure to keep track of the sources you use so that you can site them in APA style. A great APA style guide can be found at: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.htmlLinks to an external site.. You should have a minimum of two unique sources in addition to your selected article. These sources should be used to help you understand the global patterns related to your selected current event.Complete the worksheetComplete the Current Event Analysis WorksheetActions by creating a diagram of the global relationships impacting (and being impacted by) your selected current event. You are welcome to draw your diagram by hand or create it digitally in whatever format makes sense to you. Remember that a diagram explaining the event is not the same thing as a timeline of what happened. Worksheets are to be submitted through the Current Event Analysis: Step 1 Canvas submission page. Worksheets will be graded using the 20-point rubric provided on the submission page.Step 2: Create a Digital PosterBased on the draft diagram from Step 1, construct a digital poster explaining the current event you have selected and how it relates to globalization. Your digital poster may include some combination of text boxes, bullet points, images, diagrams, etc. You do not need to write in full sentences on your poster (though you may if you wish), but you are responsible for making the connections between your selected current event and broader global patterns clear. To simply illustrate your current event in images is not enough to be successful in this assignment.Develop your posterYou are welcome to use whatever technology you feel most comfortable using to create your digital poster. One easy option is to build your poster as a single slide in Microsoft PowerPoint. You will not be graded based on your artistic ability, but do think about how best to communicate the material you wish to communicate on your poster.While the format of your poster is up to you, I encourage you to use the basic layout of a scientific poster as the basis of your design. Posters are a common format for sharing research at academic and professional conferences. Well-designed posters efficiently convey complex information in an accessible format. You can find some information and guidance about this format here and here and here.Create a bibliographyUpdate the bibliography you started as part of your worksheet if you have used any additional sources. Remember to cite your sources using APA style and that you must have a minimum of two unique sources, in addition to your selected article. Include your bibliography either on your poster or upload it to the submission page when you submit your poster.Fatimah Abanur
Family Globalization Analysis
Step 1: Worksheet
Analyzing Your Personal/Family History
Please use this worksheet in conjunction with the instructions provided in Canvas to guide your
analysis of your personal or family history and how it connects to global patterns of labor and
migration.
Even more so than the Commodity Chain Analysis Assignment, this assignment may look very
different depending on your own migration story. It is okay if your family is non-traditional.
You are welcome to adjust the questions as you need (ex. if you were raised by a grandparent or
older sibling rather than a parent or you were adopted, feel free to adjust the questions
accordingly).
While it is not a requirement, you may want to use this as an opportunity to talk with your
parents or relatives about your own and your family’s history. If you don’t want to or cannot use
your family as a resource and don’t know much about your family history, consider your
personal history. Where have you lived during your life time? What went into your decision to
attend the University of Washington? For those of you who have lived in one place your entire
lives, or whose families have lived in the same place for generations, consider why you or your
family have stayed put through shifts in the local and global economies of that place and through
personal shifts between life stages, jobs, etc. Just as you can analyze where and why people have
migrated, you can analyze where and why people have decided not to migrate.
It is okay, if you don’t have a long or detailed answer to every question, but ensure that you have
sufficient responses in questions 1-4 to thoughtfully answer questions 5-8. Questions 5-8 are the
ones that will prove most useful in constructing your analysis for Step 2 of this assignment. If
you are struggling with any of the requirements because of your own personal/family history,
please reach out to your instructor or TA for help.
Personal and Family History Questions
To start, think about your own personal and family history.
Where were you born/where did you grow up?

I grew up in Seattle. located in South Seattle and was born and raised in
the United State.
Why were you born there? Was your family living there at the time? Why did
your parents/guardians live there? What work did they do or how did they
support themselves and the family?

I was born here because my parents emigrated from Somali due to a civil
war. They lived there in Somali because they had a lifestyle living in the small towns.
The work force my parents had was entrepreneurs and had a family business and they
worked together to make a lifestyle.
What pull or push factors drew your family to your birthplace or the place you
grew up/caused them to leave wherever they were before?

The reason my parents came to America was because they wanted to leave
the war torn country they came from and make a better life for themselves. My parents
both came individually and ended up getting married here in Seattle and ever since lived
here.
How did you end up in Seattle? Are you from Seattle? Did you move to Seattle for school? Are
you somewhere else in the world and taking this course online from there?

I was born and raised here, I’ve lived in seattle all my live and never
moved anywhere else.
If you are not from Seattle, what push or pull factors caused you to move to Seattle?

I am from Seattle.
Where were your parents born?

Somalia
Why were they born there? What did their families do there? What push/pull factors
affected where they lived?

Because that is where their family is from. Their families worked to make
a living. The place where they lived was going through wars after wars so they had to do
everything in their powers to make a living.
How did you or your ancestors come to the United States? Did you immigrate to the US yourself?
Did your parents? Where did your ancestors come from?

I was born and raised here in the U.S. , my parents came to the US on their
own separate occasions with their families. My moms family came through my
grandfather who worked for the US Embassy so her family came through that and then
for my father I can’t really remember but he ended up coming with a few members of his
family while the rest stayed behind.
What push/pull factors affected that decision?

The war that was ongoing.
Connecting to Broader Patterns Questions
Now, think about how you will connect your and your family’s history to broader patterns of
labor and migration.
How do the push and pull factors you identified in the previous questions connect with global
patterns of migration and labor?
(For this question, you will need to do a little research on the global patterns that relate
to your own history. You should not have to spend more than an hour or two researching
global migration patterns that relate to your or your family’s history.)
What effects might the broader global patters of which you are a part (your answers to question 5)
have on the communities at either end of the migration routes?
Global patterns of migration and labor can have significant and multifaceted effects on the
communities at either end of the migration routes. These effects may be economic, cultural,
political, or social in nature. The loss of skilled workers from a particular region may have
negative economic consequences for that area, while the influx of workers into a particular
region may lead to greater economic growth. Migrants may bring new cultural practices,
languages, and traditions to the destination country, which can enrich the local culture, but may
also create tensions between different cultural groups. Migration can also have political
implications, affecting the balance of power and influence between different groups in both the
country of origin and the destination country. Lastly, migration can affect the social fabric of
both the country of origin and the destination country, leading to family separation and loss of
social ties, while also creating new social networks in the destination country. It is important to
consider the specific circumstances of each migration and weigh the potential positive and
negative impacts on both the origin and destination communities.
How else does your own experience and family history connect with the concepts and themes
that we have discussed thus far this quarter?
to connect my family’s experience with those peeps in Somalia who gotta leave their homes
because of war, I can look at how and why my family came to the US and compare it to why the
peeps in Somalia gotta leave. This can help me see how things like inequality and power
dynamics affect peeps’ lives around the world. Plus, I can think about how my family’s
experience as immigrants in the US is related to globalization and how that’s impacted jobs and
communities. By sharing my family’s story, I can help people see the real-life impact of these
issues on actual people, not just some numbers or theories.
What does your own history tell you about globalization?
(There is no right or wrong answer to this—it is simply to get you thinking in the vein that
will help you to do well on the assignment).
My own history tells me that globalization has had a significant impact on the lives of my family
and the community around us. As immigrants, my family came to the US seeking better
economic opportunities and a better life. However, we also faced many challenges, such as
language barriers, cultural differences, and discrimination. These challenges were not unique to
my family, but rather a reflection of broader patterns of globalization and the movement of
people, capital, and ideas across borders.
Check:
[ ] I have identified at least one clear and significant connection between my/my family’s history
and global patterns of migration/labor
[ ] I have identified a specific link between course content and my/my family’s experience
What sources have you used so far to accumulate this information?
Please list them below in proper APA style citation. A great APA style reference guide
can be found at
https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_g
uide/general_format.html.
Source
Full APA Citation
Source 1 (required)
Source 2 (required)
Source 3 (optional)
Source 4 (optional)
Check:
[ ] All of the sources I used are cited
[ ] All of my citations are in proper APA style
[ ] I have at least two sources

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