The Impact Of Globalization And Diaspora

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As the rate of globalization as increased over the years and the to diaspora, this research paper looks into the Globalization in the last few years and its effects on Diaspora in South Africa.
In this research paper, I conduct a study on Globalization and Diaspora. According to the Oxford Dictionary, Globalization is defined as, “The act of globalizing, or extending to other or all parts of the world.” (Dictionary.com, n.d.). And Diaspora defined as, “The scattering of the Jews to countries outside of Palestine after the Babylonian captivity.” (Dictionarycom, n.d.). With this paper I explore globalization and its link to Diasporic Cultures in South Africa. I will look into the
Mobile phones, aeroplanes, vehicles and the internet - these are our advancements in technology and we have steered clear a path for the growth of transport and communication networking. This means that people in different geological locations can easily exchange information and goods faster and with less complications. This is my gathered definition of Globalization. It is the worldwide coming together of countries and nations. There is an active exchange of goods in multiple countries and more affordable products are available for more people. As this happens, services, knowledge, cultural goods and languages are exchanged as well. Making the world smaller in size.
Diaspora is a Greek word meaning “to scatter”. This term is used to define a community of people (including both emigrants and their

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