Concept of Globalization and Diverse Cultures Research Paper by The Research Group

Concept of Globalization and Diverse Cultures
This paper looks at the concept of globalization with respect to the diverse cultures of the world.
# 74159 | 4,050 words | 12 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Economics (International) , Political Science (General)

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The writer of this essay provides an exploration of the perspectives of opponents and proponents of globalization, with respect to its impact on the world's diverse cultures. The writer examines multi-national enterprises. Liberalization of trade is discussed. The writer also looks at the rise of democratic governments. In this paper, the writer also discusses the matter of interdependency.

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"A number of trends and developments have paved the way for globalization, the homogenization of the world's cultures into a global marketplace of trade. As Legrain maintains the beauty of globalization is that it can free people from the tyranny of geography. Leading the way in the move toward globalization are those structures known as multi-national enterprises. The increasing spread of democratic governments, liberalization of trade, liberal neo-economic reforms, the rise of technology and the emergence of a truly global market for goods

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