This video provides an educator's perspective on teaching Why is Globalization So Controversial?, followed by a demonstration of the lesson in a classroom. The lesson provides an overview of the major issues that have been raised in the debate over globalization. It is included in CEE's Focus: Globalization publication as Lesson 1.
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