Cultural Globalisation And Cultural Globalization Essay

1354 Words Oct 21st, 2016 6 Pages
Culture has played an important role in connecting people around the world. The movement and interaction of people of different societies together has taken place through food, fashion and music. Cultural globalisation made the world much closer and a better place to live with different people. This essay will discuss how cultural globalisation lead to increased interconnectedness of societies through food, fashion and/or music. In doing so, this essay will firstly discuss how sociology understand globalisation in terms of connecting people whole over the world. Secondly, an analysis of the influences of culture which takes place as a form of cultural globalisation will be undertaken with references to the emerging field of societies’ food, fashion and/or music. Finally, the importance of cultural globalisation will be further discussed, putting forward its role in increasing interconnectedness of societies’ in terms of food, fashion as well as music.
Globalisation is an important term of sociology which keeps on changing from one era to another. People across the world have their own societies and societies is made up of individuals who shares a culture. So, every people have their own culture which brings varieties in culture. The variation of their culture brings out cultural globalisation which leads in exchanging of different thoughts, views and ideas. This exchanging of ideas and thoughts helps in making social connection more wide. According to Macionis and Plummer,…

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