GEOGRAPHY TNC CASE STUDY NIKE
How it works 2. Slideshow outlining pro’s and con’s of Nike’s international activities. Changing Populations and Places 2. Nike claim that they have been an important force in helping to improve worker conditions, pay and rights within China. Geopolitics of oceans 5.
Mini documentary examining the views of different stakeholders in this global operation. Think about the images, people and music. Towards the end of the lesson, each group must make an appeal to the Factory Workers to come and join them. Explore the map showing Nikes global manufacturing locations. Slideshow outlining pro’s and con’s of Nike’s international activities. The global partnership between Nike and China continues to go from strength to strength which means that they are likely to keep investing more money in the country.
Looking beyond the obvious. A and a developing nation of your choice.
This has been done really well and raises a number of important questions. In a quest to be knowledgeable, you should be pushing yourself to gather further information. Markscheme will be added here shortly. Changing urban systems 3. Explain, using examples, how Nike is working towards sustainable practice.
Towards the end of the lesson, each group must make an appeal to the Factory Workers to come and join them. When this has been done, the factory workers must go to the team that they want to not just because their mates are there!
Biodiversity and change Sustainability and the Environment. Mini documentary examining the views of different stakeholders in this global operation.
G11 Mock G12 Mock. Task 2 – Students complete activities from P. Over the Horizon Migration to the EU. Explore the map showing Nikes global manufacturing locations.
Case Study 1 – Secondary Sector TNC – Nike
Patterns of resource consumption Changing patterns of energy consumption Conservation strategies. They could group together to protest about the conditions experienced in these factories or they could be won over by the Nike corporation who could use them to highlight how they are paid more than local industry workers, betters terms and conditions etc etc. Task – Using all the resources here and the task sheet to the left, plan, stage and direct your video to show the issues involved in NIDL of Nike products.
Although the headquarters is based in Oregon, USA, the company has over shops worldwide, offices across 45 countries and over contract factories with nearly 1 million workers across 50 countries. Causes of global climate change 2. Make light of the fact that Nike are quite a young company but have developed very quickly in terms of NIDL.
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Changing Populations and Places 2. Chat-Show style debate examining the views of different stakeholders in this global operation. Groups work together to start forming a general ccase on the structure of the Talk Show presentation using the planning sheet and storyboard if necessary.
Measuring food and health. Nike has been working in China for over 30 years when they started to sub-contract production to overseas factories. Working conditions are still not great in China compared to what they are in other countries.
Case Study 1 – Secondary Sector TNC – Nike – Netherhall School GCSE Geography Case Studies
At no point should the two groups collaborate with each other. Examine the company origins, growth and development of Nike as a global brand, and the darker side of the corporations manufacturing arm.
Task 1 – Show the ‘History of Nike’ video above. Web Hosting by Bluehost.
Population and Economic Development Patterns 2. Where are nike products manufactured?
Introduction to oceans 2. Introduce the lesson by showing the Nike Promo video above.