- digital globalization
- Internet censorship
- at one time, trades and goods were limited to mostly advanced economies; with changes in digital globalization, services and data are more readily available to all economies not affected by censorship.
Students are able to:
- identify positive and negative implications of digital globalization and internet censorship.
Students understand that:
- digital globalization has provided opportunities to countries less advanced than some larger countries.
- internet censorship occurs locally and abroad.