This seriously resulted in a massive public backlash in China. Stone’s films were stopped in many cinemas, along with her Christian Dior fashion range being removed from many stores. Although Christian Dior is a popular designer brand among many of China’s growing middle class, this nationalist undertone illustrates the mess that can be done to foreign brands if they step out of line. To be particular Chinese nationalism can be a positive factor for Chinese firms when targeting consumers in their domestic market, however, the association with China, or in short ‘Made in China’ label has brought about negative reactions for some consumers in international markets. This is just one of the many issues Chinese firms need to tackle in regards to their internationalization process.
It makes music become a part of people’s life and gradually lose its political and social educational natures. (Ting 2005) “Pop music has aesthetic and entertaining faculties which make it become the most important cultural consumer goods of common people in China.” (Ting 2005) The pressure of commercialization is another major reason. The classical records companies have made plenty of capitals out of the packaging classical music. Chinese classical music has been changed and interpreted as pop music. “Twelve Girls Band” is an typical example of excessive packaging.
The rates of addiction increased each time which made a lot of people in China that sold opium and were a part of that richer. According to 'Cage with Mrs. Noble ' by John Ouchterlony, Madras Engineers picture shows how the Chinese men overpowered a British women by putting her in a cage. This picture demonstrate how the Chinese had power over the British. The title of the picture also shows that the woman in the cage is British because of her name. According to lesson 7, the Chinese government of the Qing dynasty, had recognized the social and economic dangers and effects of opium in China and attempted to stop using it.
Firstly, the self-creativity of one dominant state’s economy and the adaptability of global economic changes are laborious to retain permanent, which means there would appear a newly political environment and then damage the hegemon. In other words, as other states grow more powerful, their aspirations, reputation and the dissatisfaction of the status grow as well. As Schweller and Pu (2011) demonstrated, when the competitors arise enough, the system become fluctuation. The rapidly growing states are generally more conceivable to the threat to the hegemon and international allies. Secondly, to sustain the cost that supply for the common goods, the economic surplus of leadership decreased gradually, even been using up.
On the contrary, the United States labels imitators are counterfeits, clones, and copycats. However, imitation can lead to innovation. Sometimes basing something off of someone’s idea might lead to a nouveau idea. Innovation is known as the creative destruction that was caused by imitations which is defined as “diffusing innovations: The reason why all of this is a conflict is because developing countries lack funding. Due to the lack of money they are more likely to do something illegal and follow the path of counterfeiting.
In addition, advancement of technology, growth in economy, higher living standards likely widen the gap between the rich and the poor and lose the balance in society. Nevertheless, these disadvantages do not outweigh the achievements human obtain through economic globalization. It is well-demonstrated that any nation which does not follow the nature of this process will confront with a lot of political issues, particularly North Korea and Iraq. Due to resistance to foreign influences, two countries have to unilaterally fight with the inner chaos, and watch carefully outer
As in many countries, there is a strong and growing concern about the gap between rich and poor. As it is said by Pew Global Attitudes Project in the article “World Publics Welcome Global Trade-But Not immigration” (2007, P.177) large majorities of nations believe that international trade is benefiting their counties. CONCLUSION Globalization reflects our identity and connects us to the rest of the world. It is a very debatable topic as with a lot of positive aspects there are quite a lot of or negative impact.As the process of globalization becomes more important the role of electronic media,technology, and consumerism also increases considerably. Therefore globalization is not just integrating trade, investment and financial markets but also integrating the consumer markets.
Clearly, as a phenomenon that affects the areas of the daily life of the inhabitants of a country, has implications both favorable and unfavorable to different countries. This model is widely criticized because it is common to developed and more power over other countries, countries gain a greater benefit than smaller countries and underdeveloped. There has been talk of great and rapid growth in some countries over the short and almost zero growth in some others. When talking about globalization a loss of sovereignty by nations which many claim against this phenomenon is also shown. Cultural impact of globalization We can say that culture is the set of forms and expressions that characterize a given society.
Globalisation is a process or system of integration and interconnection of national economies with the end and intent to encourage trade, enhance economic growth, increase capital flows and reduce poverty. Reduced costs of transportation and communication and revolution in technology have played an enormous role in globalising the world. However, the dynamics of globalisation and realities of global interdependencies are complex and have not achieved the desired results. Although driven by economic activity, globalisation has an impact on the social, cultural and political aspects of a nation. Globalisation is beneficial for a country’s growth and development, however, the present form of globalisation, which is shaped by a series of political decisions taken by the powerful nations has adversely affected developing countries.
(b) the motivation problems that derived from cultural diversity within the company (Hofstede, 1980). (c) the agency problem concerning to geographic and cultural dispersion causes exponentially governance and transaction cost (Roth and O’Donnell, 1996). According to the Agency theory, the relationship between parent company and subsidiaries of MNEs can have a problem due to information asymmetry, since the parent company not always receives the information on-site in time or sometimes wants information that is unavailable at the time. Tallman and Lee (1996) support that the downside of being a MNE is at beginning, when the company operates in foreign countries, the company consumes a great deal of money to build a foundation in the foreign country and attempt