The Positive And Negative Effects Of Globalization

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Name: PHAM THI LAN…………………………………………….version…02.
Class; 13E18………………………………..peer check…………………………………
Topic: The positive and negative effects of globalization
Globalization is such a commonly used term in the twentieth century. It simply means that the world has become integrated economically, socially, politically and culturally through the advances of technology, transportation and communication. In the present age, globalization is playing an increasingly important role in our lives. However, whether it is a blessing or a curse has sparked much debate. Some people argue that globalization has fundamentally beneficial influences on our society while many others contend that it has detrimental effects as well. Therefore, both
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One of the first negatives points that should not be ignored is its detrimental effects on the less developed countries’ economies. As large corporations invest or take over many off shore business, a modern form of colonization will also evolve which may pose certain power pressure on the government of developing countries. To be more specific, when powerful multinational firms invade markets with their goods, they often force local companies with fewer resources to go out of business. In consequence, domestic industries might be suffered adverse effects. Furthermore, although this is obvious that economic integration can provide employment for countries where factories are set up, it also means that small businesses have become more dependent on large groups, which in turn makes them more vulnerable to investors’ decisions. When, for example, a corporation decides to move its production facilities to another country, this has a harmful influence on its workers who lose their jobs. At the present time, there are a number of work become unemployed when some China’s companies move their factories to other areas which poses harmful effects on quality of our dwellers’…show more content…
These days, in different countries, it is very common sight that fashion trend, food and drink , entertainment and behavior are the same. The culture that took thousands of years to form is just seems similar in these cities; it is looks like you can only distinguish them by their language, this assimilation results in losing national identity and diversity. Another crucial aspect is the risk and danger of epidemic diseases which can easily be spreaded as the mode of transportation is faster in today’s advance society. This is evidenced in the recent Ebola disease effected on most Africa countries over a short time frame. The WHO reported “ 1,447 people had died of Ebola as of Oct. 14, with nearly 9,000 confirmed infected, the virus has been able to spread in large part because it was not effectively isolated”. As a result, this disease was spread to some Europe countries such as American which has commercial corporation with Africa.
All things considered, it can hardly be denied that as is the case with many issues, the advantageous and disadvantageous aspects of globalization have exerted impacts on the concerned in various way. It is my firm belief that the world integration is inevitable and it do come with some adverse effects. However, the plus ones created by it are far exceed the minus. Therefore, we should further promote it and take appropriate steps to combat its matters so that we can enjoy
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