The Advancement of communication technology with the more extensive network of television, radio, and the Internet spread in different countries with different cultures create a society in a country can easily get information from countries around the world. This has led globalization. Globalization is the process whereby individual lives and local communities are affected by economic and cultural forces that operate world-wide (Ashcroft, Griffiths, & Tifﬁn, 2000). Opportunities that have been used for each country to globalization are very favorable. Where a state can be recognized by other states.
Thanks to globalization technology has travelled all over the world to help people have easy access to information. Information can be accessed easily and freely through the internet, mobile phones, television and other devices. Globalization has increased the economic right for people worldwide especially in the developed world. There has been an increase in the standard of living of many people hence healthy lifestyles. However in my opinion, globalization has done more harm than good to the people of the world especially people in the developing world.
The Parthenon was built as a tribute to Athena. Another well known building in Greece is the Temple of Hera in Olympia. The Temple of Hera is now used where the torch for the Olympics is lit. Greek Mythology is myths and teachings that the Greeks used to explain their gods and heroes, nature, and their own religious beliefs. Goddesses were part of these myths and each were worshiped as a representation of a part of their
In the seventeenth century, be that as it may, interest for slave work climbed forcefully with the development of sugar ranches in the Caribbean and tobacco estates in the Chesapeake area in North America. The biggest quantities of slaves were taken to the Americas amid the eighteenth century, while, as per history specialists ' assessments, almost three-fifths of the aggregate volume of the transoceanic slave exchange occurred. the slave exchange had pulverizing impacts in Africa. Financial motivating forces for warlords and clans to take part in the slave exchange advanced an environment of wilderness and savagery. Eradication and a proceeding with dread of bondage made monetary and rural advancement relatively incomprehensible all through a lot of western Africa.
Although the authors within the chapters followed a chronological timeline, but the book as a whole did not follow the same timeline. For example as stated earlier chapter 2 explains European colonial influence in Africa and how it influenced African politics long after colonization. The following chapter begins to talk about “Africa’s volatile relationship with international capital” (35). The chapter then begins to describe the per capita relationship between Africa and other nations during the 1980s and 1990s. This timeline followed by the author leaves out decades worth of information on how the relationship became volatile.
Promotion of Cultural Proximity and Globalization: Inspire of geographical barriers to human proximity, the media and information technologies promote interaction between different cultures of the world. With state of the art communication technologies the media have reduced the distance between the ends of the world. Nations and people of the world are increasingly interconnected and mutually interdependent. Events taking place in any remote location can instantly be reported all over the world. In so doing, they make it possible for people to learn more about other people and different cultures.
The old Greek Language has distinctive hypotheses of starting point; initially some trust it relocated with the Proto-Greek speakers into the Greek Peninsula, dating from 2500BC to 1700 BC. Second Theory considers the relocation into Greece occurred before Proto-Greek, so the qualities of Greek sounds were later. The Ancient Greek dialect incorporates the types of Greek utilized as a part of antiquated Greece and the old world from around the ninth century BC to the sixth century
2013). Second, containerization where there was a rapid adoption of the steel transport container which has reduced the costs of inter-modal transport making trade cheaper and more efficient. Third, Improved technology which makes it easier to communicate and share information around the world. Growth of multinational companies with a global presence in many different economies is another cause of globalization (Hitt et al, 2014) . Reduced tariff barriers encouraging global trade and firms exploiting gains from economies of scale to gain increased specialization have also contributed much to the issue of globalization.
Online booking portal driving growth for travel agencies What benefit online travel agents are getting by adopting travel technology? Technology, whether we like it or not has changed the way our world works and how we travel and make our travel bookings online. Things are now a lot more convenient and easier for ardent travelers to book their customized trips, vacations and in the same way it is easier for travel agents to serve their customers in a more structured manner, reaching out to more audience and incrementing revenues. When it comes to travel, technology has played a very important role technology dominates your day to day travelling experiences its amazing that with the click of a button, you can have a car to pick you up at your doorstep. There is a lot more to the travelling stories.
These three characteristics will explain how globalization proves Carlos Santana’s statement. The first point is focused on interconnectedness. With the advent of globalization, it has increased the interconnectedness of human beings with its rapid and cheap move of goods. This is made possible with the advancements in technology which have improved transportation and communication capabilities. One can easily communicate with other colleagues abroad and even book a flight just by sitting.