In this study, the scope and major factors in globalization will be studied to cope with the issue of successful global interaction.
Globalization will affect the social, political as well as economic life in every society. It can be used as a success factor, and sometimes it causes the leading element to fail. If you get the knowledge about the key differences between your culture and the culture of other nation, then you can get more confidence and chances of progress. Suppose, a person wants to get the education in some foreign country but remains unfamiliar with its cultural differences; he or she cannot become a good student or a good citizen for that country. Globalization will broaden your vision and connect the people. One learns to say welcome to other cultures and people. A person can truly represent their own nation if they show respect for others (Lechner, 2009).
The process of colonization, settlement or cultural replication will expand the scope of globalization (Waters, 2001). It, basically, tends to make culture far more homogenous, resulting in a unified globe culture that contains watered down types of regional cultural styles. Even though there is no query that globalization gives cultural transform, there exists limitless discussion in regards to what form these types of changes carry, and if they are to be accepted or prevented no matter what. A person can like or dislike any tradition in foreign country, but there is no way to prevent others. This is what globalization teaches.
Cultures can be classified as learned patterns attitude or faiths. It is a basic need of human beings to learn them for the sake of bringing cultural harmony in the society. Your family values or religious norms are very important. You want freedom of expression and participation in politics. All the factors vary as the culture changes (Inglehart, 1997). All these factors have critical status for