Globalization and Inequality

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One of the more stark realizations of globalization is that many of the countries termed within the sphere of the Third World belonged to those who were colonized from this argument we can proceed that many of the sources of inequality that pervades the globalized third world could be traced back from colonial administration.


Conclusively, the argument give by Weber, Tumin and Giddens adds to the difficult question as to why the world is allowing capitalism and class polarization to grow and creating a dependent working and under class. The situation today is similar to the difficulties that were faced by blue collar workers during the beginning of industrialization and that of the peasants in feudalistic society. The vicious cycle of poverty is continuous and by and large the inequality faced by the Third World compared to the highly industrialized countries will continue to expand. ...
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