What new ethical and social responsibility issues might present themselves when moving from a domestic only organization to one that reaches a global arena?
* Economics – related to globalization in trade, money, corporations, banking, capital,
* Political – science, governance, wars, peace, and regimes,
* Sociology-communities, conflict, classes, nations, agreements
* Psychology-individuals as subjects and objects of global action
* Anthropology- cultures overlapping, adapting, clashing, ...view middle of the document...
Westernization has been a pervasive and accelerating influence across the world in the last few centuries. It is usually a two-sided process, in which Western influences and interests themselves are joined by a wish of at least parts of the affected society to change towards a more Westernized society, in the hope of attaining Western life or some aspects of it.
Ethical Perspectives on China’s One-Child Policy:
* Policy introduced in 1979
* Control its rapid population growth.
* National effort to control and engineer societal development.
* Western funded organizations like the Unite Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the international Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)
* Core ideas underlying the one-child policy, came from western science.
* Kottak, Conrad Phillip. (2005). Window on Humanity. New York: McGraw-Hill
* Khondker (2004). Glocalization as Globalization Number 2. pp. 12-20.
* Journal of the Washington Institute of China Studies, Spring 2007, Vol. 2, No. 1, p50-61