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Global Exchange Reading and Writing in a World Context

ISBN-10: 0130487627

ISBN-13: 9780130487629

Edition: 2005

Authors: Ann Watters

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List price: $90.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/22/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Introduction
Reading Across International Cultures
Learning through Writing and the Writing Process
Service Learning and Community Writing
Collaborations
Introduction to the Readings: Themes, Selections, and Assignments
America: Perceptions at Home and Abroad
Join, or Die
Our America
There's No Way like the American Way
Images of America in Wartime: World War I and II
Letter from Birmingham Jail
The Harmful Myth of Asian Superiority
The Native Hawaiian Today
To Live in the Borderlands Means You
In Praise of American Empire
The Economist, America's World
Pascal Boniface, Reflections on America as a World Power: A European View
Crossing Cultures
Two Views: Women and Veils
My Country and My People
Listening to Other Cultures
In Kabary, the Point is to Avoid the Point
Rock Rolls Once More in Iran
Islam Online, Fatwas: ldquo;McDonaldrsquo;s and Barbie Dolls."
ldquo;Omrdquo; Hinduism in American Pop Culture: Global Strategy or Sacrilegious Mistake?
Cultural Relativism and Universal Rights
ldquo;Asian Valuesrdquo;: From Dynamos to Dominoes? Vietnam Tourism
Issues in Globalism
Samburu Warrior
What is Globalization?
The Global Village Finally Arrives
The Politics of Globalization
Blood Diamonds
Oxfam Community Aid Abroad, Women's Weaving Project
Racism and the Internet: The Need for Global Consensus
The Class of Civilizations? Edward Said, The Clash of Ignorance
Websites: World Trade Organization and Global Trade Watch
Women and Society
Keep within Compass
Self-Portrait Between the Borderline of Mexico and the United States (1932) and Self-Portrait with Cropped-Hair
Woman as Others
Gender and Power
Office Ladies and the Freedom of the Discriminated
Global Woman
Outside History from Object Lessons
Population and Gender Equity
One World: Health and the Environment
World Health Organization, SARS: A Global Threat, a Global Response
How African Women are Coping with the HIV/AIDS Crisis
Only a Plane Ride Away