Complete Global Studies PowerPoint Bundle!

Complete Global Studies PowerPoint Bundle!
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A $28 Value for $20! Includes SEVEN Global Studies Unit PowerPoints. Details below!

The Global Studies: Political and Economic World PowerPoint allows students to become more familiar with the key political and economic concepts for any international studies, world history, or global studies course. As such the PowerPoint is broken into:

1. Types of Resources (Economic, Human, and Capital)
2. Economic Activities/Sectors (Primary, Secondary, Tertiary)
3. Globalization and World Trade
4. Economic Unions (European, Asian, African, etc)
5. Economic Systems and Models
6. Developing vs Developed (GDP, GDP per capita, etc)
7. Governmental Systems
8. Regimes
9. Supernational Organizations

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The Global Studies: Population and Culture PowerPoint allows students to become more familiar with the key population trends and cultural concepts for any international studies, world history, or global studies course. As such the PowerPoint is broken into:

1. Population Trends (Distribution, Density, and Population Pyramids)
2. Culture (Diffusion and Convergence)
3. Monotheistic Religions
4. Polytheistic Religions

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The Global Studies: Europe & Russia PowerPoint allows students to become more familiar with the historical, economic, and cultural characteristics of the Western & Eastern Europe. As such the PowerPoint is broken into:

1. The Cold War
2. The End of the Cold War (Berlin War)
3. Yugoslavia & Bosnian Genocide
4. Current Leaders of Europe
5. The United Kingdom & Brexit
6. Northern Ireland & The IRA (Irish Republican Army)
7. The European Union / Eurozone
8. Landmarks of Europe (Big Ben, The Louvre, Red Square, etc)

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The Global Studies: Latin America PowerPoint allows students to become more familiar with the historical, economic, and cultural characteristics of Latin America. As such the PowerPoint is broken into:

1. Colonialism in Latin America & Caribbean (Development of Social Class System)
2. Independence Movements (Louverture, Bolivar, Hidalgo)
3. Cuba and the Cold War
4. Modern Mexico
5. Argentina Under Juan Peron (Dirty War)
6. Colombia & FARC
7. Shantytowns and Uneven Wealth Distribution
8. NAFTA & Maquiladoras
9. Influence of Spanish & African Culture on Latin America (Bob Marley, Carnival, Christianity)

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The Global Studies: Africa PowerPoint allows students to become more familiar with the historical, economic, and cultural characteristics of the Sub-Saharan Africa. As such the PowerPoint is broken into:

1. The African Diaspora & Triangular Trade (Cape Coast / Elmina Castle)
2. Imperialism and the White Man's Burden
3. King Leopold in the Congo
4. Berlin Conference
5. Fifth Pan-African Conference
6. Ghana & Kwame Nkrumah
7. Kenya & Jomo Kenyatta
8. Back to Africa and Marcus Garvey
9. South Africa, Mandela, & The Apartheid
10. Rwandan Genocide
11. Darfur Genocide
12. Blood Diamonds
13. Arab Ancestry in Northern Africa
14. Polyrhythms from Africa to the Americas (Diffusion of Culture through African Diaspora)

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The Global Studies: Far East PowerPoint allows students to become more familiar with the historical, economic, and cultural characteristics of the Far East. As such the PowerPoint is broken into:

1. India's Imperialism and Independence Movement
2. The Conflict Over Kashmir
3. The Rise of Communism in China (Mao, The Great Leap Forward, Cultural Revolution)
4. Korean & Vietnam War: Testing U.S. Containment
5. North Korea Under The Kim Family
6. Myanmar (Burma) Genocide / Ethnic Cleansing
7. The Green Revolution and Agriculture in Asia
8. The Asian Tigers
9. The Eastern Religions

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The Global Studies: Oceania PowerPoint allows students to become more familiar with the historical, economic, and cultural characteristics of Oceania. As such the PowerPoint is broken into:

1. Hawaii and The United States (Imperialism, Queen Liliuokalani, The Hawaiian Renaissance)
2. Australia and New Zealand (James Cook, Aboriginal Australian, Māori, Haka, Stolen Generations)
3. Sheep Ranching and Subsistence Farming
Total Pages
200+
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Semester
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