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B2+ EFM - Unit 7 - Globalisation

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  • Q1
    the process of making something such as a business operate in a lot of different countries
    globalisation (n)
  • Q2
    relating to or representing ordinary people, rather than rich or very highly educated people
    populist (n)
  • Q3
    an area where people live which is away from the centre of a town or city
    suburb (n)
  • Q4
    allowing people or organisations a lot of political or economic freedom
    liberal (adj)
  • Q5
    someone who believes in democracy, or works to achieve it
    democrat (n)
  • Q6
    the study of politics and government
    political science (n)
  • Q7
    to stand in opposition to the conventional social, political, and economic principles of a society
    anti-establishment (adj)
  • Q8
    strictly forcing people to obey a set of rules or laws, especially ones that are wrong or unfair
    authoritarian (adj)
  • Q9
    the policy of protecting the interests of native-born or established inhabitants against those of immigrants
    nativism (n)
  • Q10
    following the behaviour/attitudes that most people in a society consider to be normal, right, and socially acceptable
    conventional (adj)
  • Q11
    an unfair situation, in which some groups in society have more money, opportunities, power etc than others
    inequality (n)
  • Q12
    the group of people in society who traditionally do physical work and do not have much money or power
    working class (n)
  • Q13
    the social class that includes people who are educated and work in professional jobs, for example teachers or managers
    middle class (n)
  • Q14
    the social class composed of well-educated professionals with graduate degrees and comfortable incomes
    upper-middle class (n)
  • Q15
    the social class composed of those who are rich, well-born, and usually wield the greatest political power
    upper-class (n)

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