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Globalism - Good and Bad Characteristics
Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Globalism – Good and Bad Characteristics Name Professor’s Name Course Date Outline 1. Introduction and Thesis Statement 2. Positive Effects of Globalism 3. Negative Effects of Globalism 4. Conclusion Globalism – Good and Bad Characteristics Globalism is a word that is invariably used to mean considering the whole world as a unit.
Globalism is considered to be against, the American ideology and that they resent the policy and instead propagate consideration of the individual countries as separate entities. In some extreme references, the term globalism can be referred to as one world or world citizen or global citizen. With regard to this, my paper seeks to understand and report the socio-economic impacts of the globalism in the world and how it catalyzes coherency in culture. Third world countries have been alienated from the mainstream economic and social development in the international arena. Without the consideration of the global as a unit, the developing world has an uphill task to march and be commensurate to the ever dynamic and changing world. This is with regard to the policies that exist within the nations necessitating bilateral trade and other policies including extradition policies (Steger, 195). Globalism advocates for the equal consideration of nations and this is expected to spur rapid economic and avoidance of exploitation of the countries in the all important bilateral trade that takes place between countries. The extent of globalism has been manifested several instances, for example, the incorporation and engagement of the E-commerce in the international trade allows for the swift dissemination and transfer of information (Ambrose, Stephen, and Douglas, 99). ...
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