Though there are few standalone researches on the topic of children as consumers, but their impact was far reaching, for example children brand loyalty(Guest,1955), Conspicuous consumption (Reisman and Roseborough, 1955), Children understanding of marketing and retail functions (McNeal, 1964), children influence on parents in purchasing decisions (Wells and Loscioto,1966) and consumer socialization (Ward,1974). The recent years have seen a great advancement in the consumer socialization of children where different and varied aspects like children’s growing sophistication as consumers, children knowledge of products, brands, advertisements, brand ambassadors, pricing, shopping, decision making process, parental influence on the decision making of children, negotiation approaches of kids, pester power of children etc. This had deepened and widened the knowledge base of marketers in understanding the consumer socialization of children and develops the strategies accordingly to target and win over
The years leading up to the concrete operational stage brought about some aspects of these abilities yet it is only during middle childhood that the child begins to understand and interpret them. The ability to conserve, one which is vital and most prominent in children of this age develops as well as the improved ability of flexible problem solving. The skill of interpreting others behaviours, interrelating the things around with your increasing knowledge and the understanding of reversibility are all cognitive abilities which are gradually mastered over the period of middle childhood. This stage of childhood evidently brings about a big change to the child’s process of thinking. They have now developed a more analytical and abstract mind set which will soon develop even further as they mature into the next stage of
Over the last century, the family has changed remarkably in terms of age structure, roles and functions. In today’s world problems within the families are more prevalent, such as remarriage, marital breakdown and the concept of cohabitation. These factors have brought various complications in the family. At the same time, the
This gave rise deindustrialization and pushed trade beyond their borders. Intercontinental trade rose and this influenced prices too. It could be reasoned that trade could have influenced price factors for several centuries before the structural break occurred. The dynamics of accumulation, the agents of expansion, and opposition have-not always been the same. There has been a significant difference in the various phases of the development of capitalism through this period.
Cultural globalization is the rapid exchange of ideas, meanings, attitudes, and values across national borders and around the world in a way that intensifies social relations and interactions between people of diverse cultures. Although often considered a relatively modern concept, the processes of cultural globalization can be traced back along most of history. Even when most cultures existed isolated and dispersed, it 's through trade and exploration that our ancestors expanded their ideas and values. There are many conflicting ideas whether globalization increases or reduces cultural diversity or homogenization. For many, the influences of Western culture through Television, cinema/movies, advertising, radio, magazines, etc.
It is a period often signaled by tremendous spurt in growth and development. The physical, intellectual, emotional, and social developmental changes that occur during adolescence are only second to infancy (WHO 2016). The developmental changes that occur during early adolescence influence not only their emotional skills but also their physical and mental abilities. As the Adolescents grow they tryout new way of doing things and they take great effort to develop independence. The values and skills that they develop during this period have a great impact on their wellbeing and to become a contributing member of the society (UNICEF 2014).
Understanding Digital Inclusion The society in which we live in today is advancing towards the era of modernization in a very rapid manner. Dominated by the ever-changing developments of technology, most of us are directly or indirectly affected by the transformation which comes along with digital revolution. Being a tool which have transformed and have the capability to transform how we live and connect to one another, new technology is often regarded as a double-edged sword which is associated with social stratifications as it can either alleviate or exacerbate existing divisions in the society (Warschauer & al., 2004). With this being said, if the disseminations of technologies such as computers and the Internet occurs evenly and are utilized to its highest potential, they are perceived as prevalent tools which are capable of boosting the acquisition of knowledge or skills among marginalized students whilst catering greater access to a broader information society (Cummins & Sayers, 1995). As opposed to that, concerns revolving around the inequality of
Media in the Changing Global Culture Researcher: April Rose Magpantay Over the past years, media has been one of the core aspects that is linked to the changing global culture. According to G. Sparks (2006), media is undeniably the most puissant means for influence and change. Global culture has been continuously changing for decades and media as the foremost agent of persuasion and information to people, are also affected in a sense that media, as cited by Maslog (2007), no longer enclose the audience just in televiewing or radio streaming, but also through the digital development, in the form of new media. Globalization can be inferred as a foundation in understanding media in the changing global culture since this is precisely the
There is a one school of thought which considers globalisation to have started in 15th -16th century when the Europeans ventured into rest of the world and developed trade relations and developed there colonies in various parts of the world. This economic globalisation led to interactions amomg various societies in the world . the impact in the form of colonisation, the world wars and then rise third world nations is here to see for all . The second school of thought considers globalisaztion to be a relatively newer phenomenon.. Looking at the past three decades , globalisation has impacted almost each and every region and section of the society and the world.
Migration is a movement of people from one place to another place it is an important characteristic phenomenon of population particularly of that developing countries. Every country has undergone modernization simultaneously experienced a major redistribution of its population. The present study is based on secondary data. The secondary data comprise various references which already existed in the published from such as research papers, articles, books and website relating to magnitude of international migration. Remittance is main benefit of international out-migration, providing scarce foreign exchange and scope for higher levels of saving and investments.