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It is the process of international integration as a product of exchange of world views, products, ideas and other aspects of culture in which worldwide exchange of national and cultural resources occurs in the process. Many factors contributed for the growth of globalization major being advancement in transportation and communication.
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The current wave of globalization is nothing but the result of Schumpeterian evolution in technology along with interaction of many actors at different levels of the economy.
Globalization means different for different people. For some it creates positive political, economic and technological progress.
For few globalization is hegemonic and antagonist to local and national economies. Globalization has changed situations in such a manner that power of state is determined by power of firm. If the goal of globalization was more liberal exchange of goods, services, labor, thoughts etc which in later stages would make world uniform, then there is no space for identity.
Globalization is not a debate about divergence or convergence, but it is a dialectical process which can both integrate and fragment along with creating both winners and losers. Today what we see is the downside of globalization. The term globalization is used to describe the economic, political, social and cultural changes of the world in the last odd fifty years, which was accelerated by the scientific revolution to the diminishing of national and geopolitical boundaries in an expanding transnational movement of goods, services and capital.
Economists refer to globalization in a narrow sense, where it involves integration of national economy with the world economy through trade, foreign direct investment, capital flows, migration and the spread of technology.
According to Mary C Waters, Globalization is understood in social process in which geographical obstacles to social and cultural arrangements lose importance. For Peter Dicken, Globalization is inherently geographical as a process requires us to consider the way; space, place and time are configured and recognized as a result of contemporary changes in technological, economic and political practices.
Thus globalization is defined in different aspects depending upon the background we discuss it. Anyhow Alan L Mittlemancomprehend the definition of globalization under three aspects; First, as an intensification of global flow of goods and production factors facilitated by modern 2 transportation and communication.
Secondly, as a compression of time and space in a way that events in one part of the world have instantaneous effects on distant locations and finally to comprehend globalization as a historical structure of material power.
Initially it referred mainly the economic transactions and growth of economy. Soon it started penetrating to other fields like political, with weakening authority of states, emergence of global governance order system etc. Globalization acquired cultural connotations with global culture, global civil society etc.
Thus the term globalization acquired all these connotations and exemplifying its influence on different realms of life.
It is difficult to say what exactly constitute globalization as it is interpreted by different schools of thought on different matter at different point of times.
But all of them agree on one point that globalization has a major impact on in this contemporary world. Many are not still sure whether globalization is a civilizing force or destructive force. The globalization gained more momentum after decolonization that lead to the formation of new states in Africa, Asia and the Pacific.
Many used the term neo-colonialism to mark globalization which was more economic than political, more ideologically than militarily supported. The neocolonialist powers turned themselves into means of control which was facilitated by the global telecommunications system.The economic impact of illegal immigrants in the United States is challenging to measure and politically contentious.
Since it is a challenging field to quantify, it leaves room for varying methodologies of study, and so the definitive results of the economic impact can change . The New Jewish Diaspora is the first English-language study of the Russian-speaking Jewish diaspora.
This migration has made deep marks on the social, cultural, and political terrain of many countries, in particular the United States, Israel, and Germany.
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