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Cultural Identity and Globalization
A look at the impact of globalization on cultural identity.
# 122615 | 1,250 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Economics (Globalization)

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This paper gives an analysis of the idea of cultural identity and the effects of globalization on that identity. The paper argues that for the United States globalization is a good thing because its cultural identity is a global one.

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"Globalization is changing the face of the world. As the distance between nations becomes subsumed into electronic ether of the internet, so too the distance between cultures has been bridged. It is not uncommon today to see children in China gyrating to a hip-hop song just released on the American airwaves or a senior citizen in France downloading the latest Hollywood blockbuster onto their iPod. Indeed much of the world is concerned that the American culture is being spread by globalization and some, including most famously France, have enacted..."

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