The paper "Positive and Negative Attributes of Globalization" is a great example of business coursework. Globalization is a process of going to a more interconnected world. Globalization is also a process of international integration arising and enabling the exchange of world views, ideas and cultural aspects in a simple and simplified platform. Therefore, it is the act of integration of governments, populations, and corporations. Globalization is the notion of turning the whole world into a global village in the aspects of communication. Globalization is made possible by advances in modern transport and communication technology.
This has made the passing of a message from any part of the globe possible in the fractions of a second as opposed to the smoke signals and drum beating in the traditional societies that were both time and distance. Since the start of globalization in the nineteenth century, more modern and simpler ways of interaction are being revolutionized and evolve day in day out. Globalization is always in the daily news making the communication as easy as breathing but comes with both positive and negative qualities. Whether globalization is good or bad, we should first view its pros and cons before reaching a conclusion. There is a question that has arisen whether globalization has gone too far.
This cannot be answered because the word today is diving deeper and deeper into globalization. This is due to research is being done on space travel and the existence of life. Soon man will be able to integrate with aliens from space. Traveling from earth to mars or the moon will be as easy as taking a flight to any place in the world (Friedman, T.
L., 2000). Benefits of Globalization Globalization has a great impact on intellectual properties such as a song, books, and artwork that can now easily access all the corners of this world by just a simple upload. The use of the online library has been made possible. The access to this library from the comfort of your home is made possible taking education to another level. The use of educational simulation software used to teach professionals all over the world from their offices communicating with the tutor over online means. There is an intermingling of different cultures of the world.
Countries and different races all over the world learn of the likes and dislikes of each other leading to cohesion. This has led us to races to be more tolerant towards each other overlooking their divergent way of life or opinion even those considered aliens (Robertson, R. (1992). The forty-fourth president of US is an African American by birth both his parents were foreign students who met in America pursuing their American dream. The US has benefited greatly being a superpower it takes the top cream of the developing countries labor force. Information travels fast over the internet in a fraction of a second.
Most emerging and sensitive issues go viral on the internet leading to people getting warned and taking cover. The attack of the US on September eleventh went all over the world in seconds this made all nations to launch counter-terror initiatives. The J. F. Kennedy assassination has made there to be special presidential security units all nations in the world
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