Our society is surrounded by the internet and social media. When we are bored or feeling depressed or just want to express what’s on our mind we go to the internet. The internet helps enhance information worldwide giving people much greater access to figures, facts, statistics and allowing that information to circulate much faster and gives people a voice. There are different types of digital media that people now, and days use to communicate, share posts, find out what’s going on around the world, posting pictures and all more things you can think of.
The internet allowed access to a vast amount of data, and the ability to communicate and trade globally. Therefore, creating economic growth and building bridges between countries that may never have had the chance to interact. Is it good, bad, or inevitable? Well, in my opinion it is all three. To begin with, there is irrefutable evidence to show the positive impact of economic globalization across the world.
Globalization is a Blessing People nowadays are able to interact and communicate with people from different countries all over the world because of technology. They become more aware of the new trends across countries, and they are easily educated because information dissemination has been made easier. Not only did technology made the lives of people effortless and more convenient, technology also enhanced the world 's exchange of products, ideas, certain cultural aspects, and the like. This process is called globalization. James (2014) defines globalization as the process of interaction between people from one country to another and how they exchange goods, ideas, and culture and integrate different governments across national boundaries.
are increasingly provided somehow via the Internet. Moreover, computers and computer networks play an increasingly important role for these people in their learning and career, this is good as education should include computing and use of the Internet. In order to provide equal opportunities for everyone, governments might be able to offer some form of support. The use of the Internet should lead to a healthier democracy in one form or another. An ideal solution for this would be an increased in public participation in elections and decision making processes.
Whereas, in the modern society, with the development of technology and science, computer became more and more common and Internet has produced. In the background of the economic globalization, Internet, for every people, becomes one of the most important tools in the world. In addition, the internet really benefits the life of human. Nowadays, this is the age of information explosion such as mobile phone and Internet. Information exists everywhere in human’s life and the internet is the key of getting information.
Individuals’ utilizing the Internet helps them to become more aware of the daily and common knowledge the Internet has to offer. People need to understand that the Internet is not the worst device that can be used to research information. The solution makes everyone that uses the Internet more efficient with his or her decision-making that then reduces error. Someone not using his or her phone is as if the person was hunting without a gun. People with also the get the advantage of advancement because since the Internet is practically the future, people will be forced to switch over from materialistic things to the web if they want to stay updated.
By increasing global commerce, providing fair trail and spreading the opportunity for everyone around the world. Actually, globalization has existed for a long time and constantly evolving. This helps people; especially business people to access through the internet and gets information around the world more easily without rely on government. According to the survey publics by Pew Global Attitudes Project (2007), in most countries, large majorities believe that international trade is benefiting their countries and people are living better under the capitalism. Base on the evidence from the past five years, with the support of free market it makes citizen particularly in Latin American and Eastern Europe countries having more satisfaction with income and perceptions of personal progress, has increased ostensibly (p. 177).
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.
Technology has always been a driving influence in the spread of ideas and culture. The printing press, radio, television, and finally Internet have each dwarfed their predecessors in significance. In countless ways the Internet has improved people’s access to information and the free spread of ideas. The lack of limitation inherent in most other forms of media has empowered users in unprecedented ways and given voices originally lost on closed ears a new global audience. Preserving this open architecture is critical to ensuring that growth continues and that the spread of ideas isn’t stifled by those who fear a truly open dialogue.
Firstly, the Internet provides a platform for everyone to air their views irrespective of their positions in the community. Secondly, the mode of communication provided by the Internet allows for direct feedback as it is a two-way flow of communication. Communication, irrespective of the cultures participating in the trading exercise or any other activity, is a crucial tool when it comes to trade. It forms the backbone of success in trade, hence trading parties must learn to value the vital role it plays. The Internet is also fast and this is greatly beneficial to companies, especially in times of crisis when quick responses and feedback are