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Is Globalization Welcome?

  • Date Submitted: 12/28/2012 12:39 PM
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Nowadays we can enjoy the same films, fashions, brands, advertisements, and TV channels. All of these are due to globalization. Globalization is something that touches all of our lives. It has become an unstoppable trend. It is changing the social and economic structures of the world. But is globalization welcome? Yes, it is. Indeed, there is much to be said for it.
  Since the several period of century, globalization connects the world and unified world pattern increasingly, for example: Coca Cola, Disney and McDonald's signify the development process along with Sony, Shell Oil and IMM. Their products are very famous and promoting the development of globalization, creating new law, new economic activity, new diet concept, new hope and dream. The optimistic think this promotes process of the global village, linked together by Internet, and is benefiting the material demand constantly. However, the pessimistic thinks the global corporation has destroyed the environment, sweep away the human healthy and meaningful existence. But do you remember the event of 9/11. If one thing stands out from 9/11, it’s the fact that the terrorists originated from the least globalized, least open, least integrated corners of the world: namely, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Afghanistan and northwest Pakistan. Countries that don’t trade in goods and services also tend not to trade in ideas, pluralism or tolerance. Globalization creates conditions for widening international exchanges, strengthening mutual understanding between nations, expanding cultural, educational, and scientific cooperation between nations and countries, enjoying the cultural achievements of people around the world which encourages the process of modernization and the enrichment of national culture. Through globalization and an open door policy, the erroneous concepts and a lowering of ethical standards, a selfish and individualistic lifestyle and harmful cultural products can easily be corrected.
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