I discuss how the culture changes by globalization in this essay. In his book the McWorld represents a world of globalization and global connectivity and interdependencelooking to create a "commercially homogeneous global network". Consumerism Large multinational companies promote their products globally, and brands like Coca-Cola, KFC and Nike are prevalent across the world.
Such cultural globalization may lead to a human monoculture. As ofChina is on track to take over the United States by The Indian experience, to take another example, reveals both the pluralization of the impact of cultural globalization and its long-term history.
Globalization has allowed people to become familiar with the culture of other countries allowing for a greater understanding.
Overview[ edit ] Diffusion of ideas and cultures amongst all of the civilizations of the world. Global awareness provides many benefits, including a spotlight on government policies, access to education, living conditions, and injustices, which promotes economic pressure from foreign countries to promote national change.
The culture that spread through the world by globalization is American culture. However, globalization has created an interdependency Dunklin,rather than a dependency, and allowed some cultures to thrive rather than wither.
Negative Influences Due to the unprecedented access to cultures, a much wider audience than ever before has a gateway to see, hear and experience phenomena that were never accessible previously Smith, Furthermore, as countries recognize the immediacy of globalization, some have begun to establish guidelines to enshrine their own cultural diversity within an educational framework that meets the requirements of emerging globalization trends.
Developing countries do not contribute to technology and information building and sharing as compared to developed countries.
This has opened the doors to not only educational opportunities, but global employment opportunities as well. Cultural groups have provided input into this knowledge community; however, the dominant cultures will generally prevail.
These avenues provide information sharing on a whole new level. Globalization has allowed for people to be able to attain goods and services not previously available. Globalization has allowed people to become familiar with the culture of other countries allowing for a greater understanding.
Being in charge of their own media production companies allows control of their artifactssigns and symbols that are regarded as cultural property. Cultural globalization, however, is much more difficult to capture using quantitative data, because it is difficult to find easily verifiable data of the flow of ideas, opinions, and fashions.
The top companies own 33 percent of the worlds assets, but employ only one percent of the worlds workforce. Globalization has allowed these corporations to grow to such an insane level, producing power that allows them to stand above the the demands of national governments or international government such as the United Nations, Red Cross, etc.
Again, though, this tends to perpetuate the inequity in status between the tourist and the local employee. This conflicts with the view held by many indigenous groups that the land is the anchor that connects them to their culture.
Kluver and Fu followed up with an extended analysis, using this method to measure cultural globalization in Southeast Asia. The increasing ease of access to these cultures by Western tourists allows for a greater interaction between the two which is not necessarily equal.
Global social, political and economic networks, combined with common goals, will no doubt enable the emerging empowerment among cultural peoples Smith, Contributing Factors[ edit ] New technology and forms of communication around the world help to integrate different cultures into each other Transportation technologies and services along with mass migration and individual travel contribute to this form of globalization allowing for cross-cultural exchanges Infrastructures and institutionalization embedded change e.
Conflict intensification[ edit ] Another alternative perspective argues that in reaction to the process of cultural globalization, a " Clash of Civilizations " might appear.
Indeed, Samuel Huntington emphasizes the fact that while the world is becoming smaller and interconnected, the interactions between peoples of different cultures enhance the civilization consciousness that in turn invigorate differences.
To ensure their labour forces are educated to be productive members of the international community, these counties have aggressively embraced globalization in their education systems. In japan, culture products of made in USA overflow now.
Whereas "Clash of Civilizations" portrays a world with five coalitions of nation-states, "Jihad vs. Major American companies such as McDonald's and Coca-Cola have played a major role in the spread of American culture around the globe.
Even the displays of cultural practices ie. However, each country has unequivocally stated that national cultural education must be a part of its learning framework. There are numerous aid organizations that attempt to assist various cultures in economic, financial, education and health issues, while simultaneously maintaining their heritage, culture, beliefs and values.
For some, it is a positive process leading to shared social values worldwide. Cultural Impact of Globalization The Spread of the American Political and Economic Model In addition to cataloging the influences of globalization on culture, students of this phenomenon should ask to what extent the effects on culture are negative or positive, and why they are happening.
Cultural Impact of Globalization The Spread of the American Political and Economic Model In addition to cataloging the influences of globalization on culture, students of this phenomenon should ask to what extent the effects on culture are negative or positive, and why they are happening.
Economic Globalization, which is the production, exchange, distribution, and consumption of goods and tangible services, and Cultural Globalization, the exchange of materials and symbols that represent facts, meaning values and beliefs.
David Stephens; To what extent is globalisation an enhancer of culture? Culture is a way of life unique to a certain set of people; cultures are usually national but can also be present in local communities and on an international scale.
The discourse regarding the effects of globalization on cultural diversity is a challenging debate. The advancement of technology dissolves international boundaries and opens cultures to a whole new arena (Smith, ), enabling globalization to occur.
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