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Globalization

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Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman
FHHM1124 Socialization as a Process
October 2010 intake Y
Year 1 Trimester 2
ASSIGNMENT 2:
Identify a current topic, problem or issue; analyze it through Sociological views.

Lecturer:           Miss Kow Li Fen
Tutor:               Miss Kow Li Fen
Group Leader: Chung Joo Fai

NAME | STUDENT ID | CONTACT NUMBER |
1.Chung Joo Fai | 1002694 | 016-5354961 |
2.Teng Tze Shuin | 1002593 | 010-3774569 |
3.Keng Wei Jie | 1005263 | 016-5385909 |
4.Lee Pei Man | 1004957 | 016-5357121 |
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CRITERIA | MARKS |
Introduction | /8 |
Sociological View point ( Concept application) | /15 |
Conclusion | /2 |
Overall Performance, Format (references ETC) | /5 |
                          TOTAL: | /20 |

Global Warming

Introduction

Global Warming is defined as the increase of the average temperature on Earth. As the Earth is getting hotter, disasters like hurricanes, droughts and floods are getting more frequent. The Earth has warmed up by about 0.6°C in the last 100 years. During this period, man-made emissions of greenhouse gases have increased, largely as a result of the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation. In the last 20 years, concern has grown that these two phenomena are, at least in part, associated with each other. That is to say, global warming is now considered most probably to be due to the enhanced greenhouse effect. Measurements of temperature taken by instruments all over the world, on land and at sea have revealed that during the 20th century. The Earth’s surface and lowest part of the atmosphere warmed up on average by about 0.6°C. During this period, man-madeemissions of greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide have increased, largely as a result of the burning of fossil fuels for energy and transportation, and land use changes including deforestation for agriculture. In the last 20...

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