How Does Globalization Change In The 20th Century

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About 250 million years ago, all the continents were linked together as one body known as Pangaea. There were no barriers separating the continents and the world was united as one. Today, we experience this effect once again; however, this time nations are connecting through the power of globalization. There has been three main factors that played major roles in which globalization differ from 21st century and 20th century: cultural intelligence, media, and education.
Cultural acceptance in the 20th century was not acknowledged as much as today, because people were still adjusting to the Post War Era. During this time, there was still a strong discrimination based on race and gender in the society. The fight for equality, particularly people with dark skin colour trying to fit into the white society in North America, Europe, and South America continued. The idea of multiculturalism was not out in the open at the time because it may affect their political and national identity. For example, the “Melting Pot” model was created in America in order to deal with the massive immigrant movement. People were welcomed to live in America as long as they become good “Americans”. They had to follow how the Americans way of living and assimilate with their culture. Nevertheless, those
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Through cultural intelligence, peoples’ tolerance towards each other have changed throughout time. There are many more things that are being socially accepted today compared to the 20th century. In media industry, the way people communicate and relay information with each other has changed using new technologies and the internet. For example, cell phones nowadays has almost the same capability as a laptop. In the education sector, globalization has helped open up more doors for children and women to receive education and give them better future especially in their professional
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