Presentation
Part 1:The shrinking world: Globalisation,
Decoloniality and boarder thinking.
Week 3 topic slides 2-6
Part 2...
“ ‘Globalisation’
stands out for a large
public, across the
world, as one of the
defining terms of
contemporary
society”(S...
“Many of the studies in Globalization and
Poverty in fact suggest that globalization has
been associated with rising inequ...
.
• Economic change
• Political change
• Social and cultural
change
• Technological change
• Increase in poverty
due to gl...
Poverty is a result of the increasing difference
between the poor and the rich for this reason
there are children who can ...
Without knowing going shopping and purchasing many
items the origin of where and how they are made this
knowledge will not...
Hurricane Katrina
in New Orleans
As a result of hurricane Katrina 80% of New
Orleans flooded and around 4,081 people lost
...
The American government broke the trust and crushed
the hopes of all residents of Louisiana and Mississippi
with their lac...
The American government failed the
people of New Orleans through the time
in which they responded after the
hurricane had ...
A massive storm
covered the gulf of
Mexico and over
powered Louisiana
and Mississippi
costal region.
It took president Bus...
 Slow reaction to the devastation
 Poorly organised, plans did not go into
action
 No food, water or medical supplies
w...
The disciplinary and Punitive State.
The disciplinary and punitive state intention is to inflict
punishment and control. W...
Aboriginal and
Torres strait
islanders
population
Total population
northern
territory
Number of
people with a
mental disor...
It can clear that the government needs to help these people of Australia's society even though
aboriginals only represents...
The mentally ill is one of the sections of the community that
needs to be looked after the most alongside of the elderly. ...
Things the government can do to
help
• Build sufficient accommodation for the mentally ill in
Northern Territory
• Proper ...
Reference list
Australian Government department of health. (1995)Northern territory five year plan
http://www.health.gov.a...
Korff, J.(2014) Creative spirit: Aboriginal prison rates
http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/law/aboriginal-...
Reference for Images
1. OBZOR 2020. Accessed April 18thhttp://www.obzor2020.hr/
2. Identity: valuing our diversity.Acessed...
14. CNN. Accessed April 28th http://edition.cnn.com/2012/08/28/us/gallery/katrina-anniversary/
15. The Democratic Daily. A...
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Politics 1

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  • 1. Presentation Part 1:The shrinking world: Globalisation, Decoloniality and boarder thinking. Week 3 topic slides 2-6 Part 2:Neoliberalism, politics and society. Week 4 topic. Slides 7-11 Part 3: The disciplinary and Punitive State. Week 5. 12-16 17781972. Tayla Murrin
  • 2. “ ‘Globalisation’ stands out for a large public, across the world, as one of the defining terms of contemporary society”(Scholte,J.A,2 005) (1.)
  • 3. “Many of the studies in Globalization and Poverty in fact suggest that globalization has been associated with rising inequality, and that the poor do not always share in the gains from trade” (Nesvisky,M.2005). Globalisation has helped many people both positive and negative in terms of poverty. Globalisation has changed their circumstances and living standards however, it has also driven many more below the poverty line around the world. There comes a time when people need to extend their help to others and there is no better time than now there are millions of people in poverty around the world and are living on less than $2 a day (Harrison,A.2006). This is changeable it can be achieved with pressure from other countries for better wages e.g. to help to better education and teach people skills so they have a better outlook of their life and have a purpose. however, it is easier to ignore these issues which millions chose to do on a day to day bases. (2) (3)
  • 4. . • Economic change • Political change • Social and cultural change • Technological change • Increase in poverty due to globalization not being even particularly for low income countries. • Financial market instability. • Eexpansion of inequality (Bigman,D.2002) (4.) (5) (6)
  • 5. Poverty is a result of the increasing difference between the poor and the rich for this reason there are children who can not eat or afford clothing or even shelter which shows that the difference is too great between the rich and poor. If the rich donated towards the poor it would make significant difference the one thing that makes poverty so traumatizing is that it is preventable. However, it is not enough for these wealthy countries help more with aid through food and tools. To really help several countries countries out of poverty these people need to be taught skills to get jobs, learn computer skills so they can compete with other countries without the knowledge, education and technology these countries will forever be in their current situations. (7) (8)
  • 6. Without knowing going shopping and purchasing many items the origin of where and how they are made this knowledge will not be know to the consumer. However, looking and opening your eyes it is clear to see that corporations are just interested in making profit and have little concern for the workers that make their products. “The gap between rich and poor has indeed become more glaring in recent decades “ (Lencer,F.2000), more care needs to be taken to better the lives of the people working in these unsafe environment’s and living standards. (9) (10) (11) (12)
  • 7. Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans As a result of hurricane Katrina 80% of New Orleans flooded and around 4,081 people lost their lives form direct and indirect deaths from the storm (Linsday,R.2009). In July 2004, a simulated version of a hurricane as strong as Katrina named ‘Hurricane Pam’ was developed to show how it would damage New Orleans. The simulation showed extensive damage and that the levees would break, but the government did not heed these warnings from specialist and because of their choices to look away and not pay attention to the specialists, more than 70% of the problems and damage to the area is because of the Bush government. (13) (14)
  • 8. The American government broke the trust and crushed the hopes of all residents of Louisiana and Mississippi with their lack of caring for the people’s lives and their homes during a devastating time. The belief that the government does not want to help the people as it wishes to use New Orleans to rebuild it into something different is a shared opinion. There is a large population of black and low socioeconomic families in that area it would be beneficial however, what about those who live there it is their home and the government is being selfish and is let down its people. To see a government treat its own people in such a manner was disgraceful these people have long heritage in these towns all the way back to the slave era and further and the government just can not leave these people alone and let them live there lives the way they chose too. It is their home and their town and the government let the people down and destroyed all of their integrity towards the black populations when they chose not to help. (15)
  • 9. The American government failed the people of New Orleans through the time in which they responded after the hurricane had passed and the nonexistence services for the people to escape for those who chose to stay behind for example; buses, food and water, services to escape their homes and medical assistance. The lack of the respond e.g. to Katrina called attention to the failures and incompetence of the bush administration. If there where services available fewer people would have died as a result of inadequate shelter and safety all in hopes of that the government would help them escape their homes and the city however, this did not happen until nearly a week later. The governments failure the people. (16) (17)
  • 10. A massive storm covered the gulf of Mexico and over powered Louisiana and Mississippi costal region. It took president Bush 2 weeks until he touched down in New Orleans!! “Being poor an black in America, and especially being poor and black in a poor southern state, is still hazardous to your health” ( Atkins. D &Moy.E.M,2005) (18) (19) (20) (21)
  • 11.  Slow reaction to the devastation  Poorly organised, plans did not go into action  No food, water or medical supplies where available when needed  Paid for victims who lost their home’s hotel but stopped after a month  Purchased caravans for the affected however took months to get distributed and then we’re broken or inadequate.  Inadequate help in removal of rubbish and destroyed homes.  No help with the initial evacuation of the people before the hurricane While there is plenty of blame to go around, hurricane Katrina exposed the disconnection between preparation and response. The victims of the hurricane Katrina would be better off relying on non governmental based orgainisations rather than the government for help. (22) (23)
  • 12. The disciplinary and Punitive State. The disciplinary and punitive state intention is to inflict punishment and control. Which is present in todays structure of Australia's society and laws for example mentally disabled people being imprisoned in jails. (24)
  • 13. Aboriginal and Torres strait islanders population Total population northern territory Number of people with a mental disorder 39910 175891 5277 • There are no intuitions in NT to help these people compared to other states in Australia where there is help for those with mental health problems. This table shows the estimated prevalence of mental health disorders in the NT NT does not have adequate living standards and help for those who suffer from a mental health disability or mental problems. Many aboriginal people who have mental problems and can not be carried for by their families are placed in jail for minor offences. In the case of a family unable to provide for other family members with a disability the government should help. (AusGov,1995) (25)
  • 14. It can clear that the government needs to help these people of Australia's society even though aboriginals only represents 3% of the population. However more than 28% of Australia's prison population are aboriginals (Korff,J.2014) As a developed nation how can we deny our own people. A statement by the Australian institute of health and welfare that $4.5 billion was spent on state and territory specialised mental health services, an average annual increase of 4.3% between 2007–08 and 2011–12. If this is true then how are there still aboriginal men in jails in the northern territory because there is no facility to care for them (AusGov,2012). (26) (27) Behind Bars
  • 15. The mentally ill is one of the sections of the community that needs to be looked after the most alongside of the elderly. The government needs to place the money adequately to make sure those who need it the most are not missing out because the government need more adds on TV or a trip overseas. The indigenous people of Australia deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and the same rights as every other person. The facilities in which the aboriginal people who have mental disorders should be revalued the services and opportunities should not be limited due to their location, the effort to fix said problem or due to political economical reasons. (28)
  • 16. Things the government can do to help • Build sufficient accommodation for the mentally ill in Northern Territory • Proper staff to care for the people • Transportation for family to these centers as family and country are extremely important to aboriginal communities and to help if financial issues are at hand. • Better services for those who wish to care for their family member at home.
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