The Role Of Globalization In Tropic Of Orange

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That being the case, the “book was written in a political context where the benefits of globalization were overly hyped by boosters and economic elites, and among intense xenophobia, which saw immigrants as over utilizing ‘American’ resources” (Adamson 169). Equally important, Tropic of Orange criticizes corporate globalization, where labor workers and environmental protection are seen as an unnecessary added cost, given the “global geography” and division of labor (Yamashita 204). Sue Lee, the author of “We Are Not the World,” proclaims that, “Yamashita’s critique of corporate globalization is represented by key objects: oranges, human body parts, and highways” (Lee 514). In other words, these disparate things described by Lee, are “linked
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