After you have read about the Heidelberg BAT factory in Chapter 15 of the Bluen book, please respond to the following:
Create a visual that shows five of the most important globalization issues specific to this employer and rank them in importance to their business success. Your visual can be a chart, a flyer, or a drawing,
Then discuss in detail the top (#1) and bottom globalization issues (#5) and explain why you ranked them as you did.
Finally, look up the company/industry in each of the following:
a. IBISWorld (under library search box on TLC page, click “Additional Library Resources,” then click IBISWorld and search by company or industry).
b. Company’s website
c. Locate two high-quality articles related to globalization at this company (peer-reviewed high-quality references are found in the online library).
With all of these factors into consideration from both sides of the argument, my solution to this whole hate speech debate is simple and clear: we must continue to protect other’s right to free speech under any circumstances. Heinze, Professor of Law and Humanities at Queen Mary University of London proposes: “it is healthier for democracies to hear all the views that are held by politicians, rather than to shut them up —even when those opinions may be unpalatable to many” (Abdela 74). Our voice is one of the most powerful weapon we possess. Freedom of speech protects us from the government and enables us to live in a free society where we’re in charge of our own thinking and choices. “Freedom of speech is a principal pillar of a free government,” said Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers and an author of the Constitution. “When this support is taken away, the constitution of a free society is dissolved” (ShareAmerica). Many countries who aggressively police hate speech offer a cautionary tale: “Rwandan President Paul Kagame just won reelection to a third term with 99 percent of the vote, securing his rule for a tenure of at least 30 years in a political environment where all opposition is squelched. A leading political opponent, Victoire Ingabire, is serving a 15-year prison sentence for divisionism — for simply having pointed out that Rwanda’s genocide had Hutu as well as Tutsi victims” (Nossel 68). If the ban on hate speech is passed, the future of America will ultimately follow along in Rwandan’s footsteps. In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “to rob a man of his freedom is to take from him the essential basis of his manhood” (King Jr. 84) If the only way to determine a hateful point of view is your own point of view, then this isn’t a line of reasoning as much as it’s a circle otherwise pointless. This is the reason the definition of hate speech is so complicated. Every one of us belongs to a group. We all have a country, a color, a gender, a sexual slant, etc. We all have different opinions on what we consider is hateful. So, if being insulted on the basis of any of t>GET ANSWER