Lifestyles are changing fast to invite international practices. Youths in large number are instrumental to change to live in a free environment. They are resisting 'no change' attitude and fighting for the new environment where they can express freely what think right to make a modern culture. The change is undergoing automatically and being accepted by most of the resistant quarters.
Globalisation does not create a common culture, values, attitude or beliefs as mentioned above. It gives way to a single arena in which people of different cultures interact and present their values for comparisons, analysis, acceptance or rejection on certain standard yardsticks. This is the internationalist version of globalisation.
Free will, free movement, free expression promote free environment that can encourage innovative thinking, creativity, and inventions, which are the pillar for a new and modern global culture. Cosmopolitanism is the basic to the acceptance of outsiders and their culture. In this environment people shed away the shyness, limitations and crippling culture that impede entrepreneurship to work for growth and new vistas. Those countries, which welcomed such people from outside world and provided full opportunity to love and work freely, have turned the most important hub for creativity, entrepreneurship and the leader of global culture. USA is on the forefront on this change spectrum that made this country great. Today most of the world countries that aspire for growth and development crave to follow this great country and the people who are the symbol of freedom, democracy and modernity. Youths worldwide blindly follow the Americans in every field that might be fashion, lifestyle, cinema, or what not. Every Indian youth dreams to settle in that country and steal away their sheen whatever they can grab.
In 'Rise of Web culture and its enemies' Stowe Boyd refers to the growing global culture emerging on the web. This culture is based on openness, inclusion, acceptance of diversity and the desire to make the world on the web' This movement is driven both by the failure of traditional organizations -media, government and religions to cope with the modern world and the stress we, as individuals, are confronted with. He is of the opinion that the massive immigrants to Canada are not at the mercy of traditional organizations in organizing their lives They are assumed with power of 'self-service attitude' to organize themselves without support from these traditional institutions. . Mr. Boyd stresses
Governments all over the world have become conscious about the growing globalisation. They move toward globalisation but slowly out of fear. They are concerned about it as the prospective opportunities or menace for the government. Various polls conducted to find attitudes of governments and the people indicate that many of them particularly in Asia and Africa welcome globalisation but in America and Europe people don't. Many of them are of the opinion that globalisation does favour wealth. According to poll conducted by Gallup International 2006, 57% of African people believe that they are treated unfavourably in iternational level trade negotiations but they still favour increased trade and economic integration with others.
People of Latin America also favoured globalisation in the nineties but today they are