Diversity And Globalization

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Secondly, globalization should be encouraged because it leads to cultural diversity. Cultural diversity basically can be viewed when the dissimilarities in race, ethnicity, language, nationality, religion, and sexual orientation are denoted within a community (Amadeo, 2013). We now live in a world in which markets, media, law, corporation, labor, scientific research and advocacy groups are international, multinational, and multicultural. It is true that there many people are doubtful of this new world order, fearing that it is being built on the success of another people or culture. However, globalization does not necessarily mean homogeneity. Indeed, in some respects globalization actually fosters and allows for differences. A …show more content…
Political globalization refers to the growing number and power of human associations which influence or govern the world as a whole (Benzhu, 2011). It can be also understood as the accumulation of power in a single international government. Just as families that combined into tribes and tribes into nations, so nations are combining into regional power unions, and thence perhaps to a single world political community. In the sphere of global politics, global decision influences domestic situations. Significant political subjects are becoming gradually international and resolved at the international level. They are solved either through the United Nation (UN), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), or through the World Trade Organization (WTO). Therefore, within Europe, political enigmas are often solved through the European Union. Furthermore, many international organizations have evolved over the past several years and the United Nations is probably the most prominent one today. Although the main mission of the United Nations is to work towards achieving peace between different nations, it is also working to achieve other development goals especially among developing countries. This coming together of different countries can be an effective solution for global peace. With members from 185 countries, the United …show more content…
In fact, it would be ridiculous on the part of the nations of the world to close their eyes to it and wish it away. Any country that wishes to be on the economic map of the world would have to enter this competitive environment. Developing countries such as India, China, Africa, Iraq, Syria and Russia have been affected by globalization, and whether negatively or positively, the economies of these countries have much improved under the influence of globalization. It does not only allow goods and services to be produced in a particular part of the world, but all over, making them more reachable to a more diverse amount of people. Other than that, globalization enables us to find opportunities and freedoms. It exposes us to new influences of cultures diversity, thus, allowing us to learn and grow. More interaction between people of different countries leads to more tolerance allowing less conflict and more unity and thus leads to political stability. Although some argued that globalization has many disadvantages, it is believed that globalization has brought the developing countries many more benefit than the detriment particularly in term of economy, culture and politics. Therefore, countless of efforts should be encouraged in order to promote globalization where every individual should be taught and trained so they aware of the numerous benefits of

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