Globalization Impact Of Culture

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Globalization and me: What impact of culture to personal context? GLOBALIZATION Generally, globalization can be defined as interdepending between nation countries through the cross-border transaction in variety areas such as culture, services, economic and political. It similar with the definition by John J. Wild & Kenneth L. Wild (2014) stated the globalization is the trend toward greater economic, cultural, political and technological interdependence among national institutions and economies. According to Orunmoluyi (2002) it is a process of creating a global market in which increasingly all nations are forced to participate. The process of globalization on Yusuf & Abdulrahem (2006) it must be interconnection of nations through trade and…show more content…
The concept of the culture has been defined differently by the people. The different in alignment can caused the different definition from the people. According Ekeh (1989), culture is build used in an attempt to over-sight and integrate events and ideas in broad spectrum of areas of society and community. Jekayinfa(2002) mentioned from the wider perspective, culture includes the total repertoire of human action which are socially transmitted from generation to generation. Plus, Tyler (1871) views culture as configuration of institution and modes of life. IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON CULTURE The continuing world-wide growth of access to internet id being mirrored by an rqually discernible rise in its use by ethnic ideological and national groups anxious to assert their culture identity (Obiora;2002). The impact of globalization on culture is massive and sundry. It has influenced the cultural features in my surrounding. For example, the currency of Ringgit Malaysia goes down can be heard across the margin in towns, cities and even in remote rural areas where earning money is hard to get as Duru-Ford (2002) observe that people had to change their living ways due to impact of globalization. 1. Communication and…show more content…
The more the globalization happen, the largest the networking between one country to other country. The children will get the advantage of culture include the conversation language from the difference nationality of their parents. For instant, the Jawa – Siam’s children was benefited to speak fluently and smoothly on 3 languages include Jawa, Thailand and Malay that give a strong advantage to the children in future. Plus, with the educational structure system now apply the usage of English language as the lingua franca in institutional education, the mix blood children can move forward rather than the ordinary
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