Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The world is becoming more and more interconnected. Globalization changes how people consume, work and live almost everywhere on the world. Today, many economic, political, cultural or ecological relationships are not explainable from a national perspective. At the same time, a controversial debate about the consequences of globalization has begun.
But what are the main causes for globalization? In what areas it is most prominent? And who are the winners and looser of globalization?

These are the questions this animated Video clip of the WissensWerte series deals with.

WissensWerte is a project of the german non-profit organisation
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It is realized by Jörn Barkemeyer and Jan Künzl
edeos- digital education
Video Rating: / 5


  1. Sylvestre Hauser Piton says:

    Concise and complete, great job!

  2. Jia Yang Chai says:

    Good educational video!

  3. Assili Moez says:

    is there any french subtitles ?

  4. Dylan S says:

    Whats with the communist at 1:06

  5. Jane Simmons says:

    Ok lets get out of the mind-control seat for a moment and look past all the positiveness, smiles, glam, glory about Globalization for a moment. It really sounds like a wet dream. But dont you find it odd that they are coming up with this now, after all this time? Perhaps we should focus on finding out the hidden agenda. The push for globalization is happening very suddenly and in a short period of time. What is it we are moving towards…really? What are they preparing for?

  6. trueman show says:

    When science and technology ( of transportation , communication , or military ) advance ,
    growth , complication and acceleration of economic and social activities are inevitable.
    Then , to maintain the soundness of these activities,
    policies and laws necessarily become scaled up , decentralized and sophisticated .
    Moreover , it is policies and laws that improve the development and spread of science and technologies.

    Globalization is an inevitable growth in spatial scale of economic and social activities , having good aspects and bad ones.

    It is policies and laws that maintain the soundness of economic and social activities.
    Further, we can’t realize policies without human resources , as we can’t utilize technologies without material resources ,
    or as we can't develop appropriate science and technologies without considering natural and social environments.

    We must achieve better international or global governance to enhance the good aspects , uplifting ourselves.

    (–article-history–blog–1–lovelucifer_12266020322 )

  7. Alberto Arroyave says:

    It is a nice video about how can people learn some knowledge on this topic. It is interested but it has a lack of real information relative to updated issues that some communities around the world is facing this new trend specially migration problems.

  8. a37 hero says:

    We have to watch this for education in university. Meh

  9. 杜豪杰 says:

    Hello from USIC !

  10. Norman Bendroff says:

    too general, it has a little to say about serious development.

  11. Joseph Torres says:

    Fantastic illustration. Excelent digital graphics & political analysis.

  12. Lance Chen says:

    I think Taiwan is a part of Chian. It is not a individual country. To be a Chinese Citizen I hope you can fix this mistake.

  13. Manoj Kumar says:


  14. Janice Taylor says:

    Globalisation – one half of the world riding on the other half's backs. Let's be honest: a lot of humanity consists of lazy bastards who just want to be reproduce and be carried along by more industrious people. Some middle-class westerners seem more than happy to go along with this to the detriment of everyone else.

  15. On WUN says:

    The video is very well designed !! But to me I can hardly say that those countries are the winner of globalization. In developed countries(UK, France, USA), banks and multinational companies win, but factories and workers lose their jobs because of the deindustrialization, that leads to the rise of Trump, FN(France) and Brexit. In developing countries, the ensemble of the economy of the country grow(collectivism praise this), but the workers have been exploited and environment has been destroyed(democracy is against this). But sub-saharan countries, limited by the great power like US, Europe, Russia, China, seems to have no hope to develop truly.

  16. 徐泽盛 says:

    Tai wan is a part of China, you make a serious mistake in this video

  17. Dead Inside says:

    economics bullshit

  18. sar says:

    I have to do a critical analysis about this video… someone help?

  19. Mitchell Phillips 27052000 says:


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