Nice outline and drilldown of Global Power Structures via ChatGPT: My interests have always been very specific and limited with regards to global issues and now I can see where it might fit in a broader picture. [replaced . with _ so it wouldn’t trigger hyperlinks on FB)

Nice outline and drilldown of Global Power Structures via ChatGPT: My interests have always been very specific and limited with regards to global issues and now I can see where it might fit in a broader picture. [replaced . with _ so it wouldn’t trigger hyperlinks on FB)

1_0 Global power structures
1_1 International level
1_1_1 Distribution of power among nations and international actors
1_1_1_1 Major global powers (e.g. United States, China)
1_1_1_2 Regional powers (e.g. India, Brazil)
1_1_1_3 Smaller states and non-state actors (e.g. transnational corporations, non-governmental organizations)
1_1_2 Factors shaping global power structures
1_1_2_1 Economic strength
1_1_2_1_1 Gross domestic product (GDP)
1_1_2_1_2 Trade and investment patterns
1_1_2_1_3 Resource endowments
1_1_2_2 Military might
1_1_2_2_1 Size and capabilities of military forces
1_1_2_2_2 Defense spending and technological development
1_1_2_2_3 International alliances and partnerships
1_1_2_3 Cultural influence
1_1_2_3_1 Soft power (e.g. language, education, media)
1_1_2_3_2 Hard power (e.g. military and economic coercion)
1_1_2_3_3 Normative power (e.g. promotion of values and ideals)
1_2 Factors influencing power dynamics
1_2_1 Economic, social, and political systems
1_2_1_1 Capitalist vs. socialist systems
1_2_1_1_1 Private ownership and control of the means of production
1_2_1_1_2 Distribution of wealth and income
1_2_1_1_3 Role of the state in economic planning and regulation
1_2_1_2 Political systems (e.g. democracy, authoritarianism)
1_2_1_2_1 Forms of government (e.g. monarchy, republic)
1_2_1_2_2 Political parties and interest groups
1_2_1_2_3 Elections and representation
1_2_1_2_4 Civil liberties and human rights
1_2_1_3 Social structures (e.g. class, gender, race)
1_2_1_3_1 Stratification and inequality
1_2_1_3_2 Identity and social movements
1_2_1_3_3 Discrimination and marginalization
1_2_2 Technological advances and demographic shifts
1_2_2_1 Technological innovations (e.g. internet, artificial intelligence)
1_2_2_1_1 Information and communication technologies
1_2_2_1_2 Biomedical and genetic technologies
1_2_2_1_3 Energy and environmental technologies
1_2_2_2 Population growth and aging
1_2_2_2_1 Demographic trends and their impacts
1_2_2_2_2 Migrant and refugee flows
1_2_2_2_3 Health and welfare systems
1_3 Theories of power and their applications
1_3_1 Types of power (e.g. economic, political, social)
1_3_2 Theories of power
1_3_2_1 Power-over (e.g. domination, coercion, control)
1_3_2_2 Power-to (e.g. agency, capability, potential)
1_3_2_3 Power-with (e.g. solidarity, collaboration, mutuality)
1_3_3 Applications of power theories in different contexts
1_3_3_1 Organizational contexts (e.g. businesses, governments, NGOs)
1_3_3_2 Personal relationships (e.g. family, friends, romantic partners)
1_3_3_3 Societal and global contexts (e.g. social movements, international relations)

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