Three Articles on Globalization
Comparing and contrasting Martin J. Gannon's "The Chinese Family Altar", Clive S. Kessler's "Globalization: Another False Universalism", and David Suzuki's "The Breath of all Green Things".
# 87696 | 1,350 words | 3 sources | 2005 |
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The paper analyses globalization through a discussion of three very different articles; "The Chinese Family Altar" by Martin J. Gannon, "Globalization: Another False Universalism" by Clive S. Kessler, and "The Breath of all Green Things" by David Suzuki. The content of the three articles are compared and conclusions are drawn from this.
From the Paper:"Martin J. Gannon's "The Chinese Family Altar," Clive S. Kessler's "Globalization: Another False Universalism" and David Suzuki's "The Breath of all Green Things" are all articles that relate to the issue of globalization in some way. However, when we compare them, we see that the articles are extremely different from each other. We will first compare the content of the three articles. Gannon's article is mainly concerned with Chinese culture. He uses the metaphor of the Chinese family altar for Chinese culture. He shows that this remains the same around the world, no matter where Chinese people immigrate. He also shows how this kind of culture functions in global.."
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