Globalization And The Human Social Development Process

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Globalization is a word, is a concept, but also a phenomenon of human social development process. There are a lot of definitions of globalization, and the general sense of globalization refers to the growing global relations, human life on the basis of global scale development and the rise of global consciousness. Interdependence between countries in the political, economic and trade. Globalization can also be interpreted as the world 's compression and the world as a whole. After 1990s, with the influence of globalization forces on human society, has gradually caused the political, educational, social and cultural fields of attention, have caused research boom. For the "globalization" impression is good or bad, is still Different people, different …show more content…
The global information system is a tool for providing information on past, present, and predicted internal operations and external activities companies with global operations have a strong dependence on IT, and the global information system of these organizations may have the following advantages over IT. The effective communication at low cost. Cooperation is very far from each other, but the use of the global information system can work together, make decisions, monitor the process, and provide control measures. Business partners through e-mail, EDI, network information technology and the Internet for communication. Communication is more important if the language is different. Intelligent IT system can provide automatic translation. In order to overcome distance, time, language and cultural differences and effective cooperation. Through groupware, group decision support system, extranet and electronic conference facilities, cooperation can be improved. This way can access the database of business partners, employees of different locations to complete the same project. The use of visual telephone conference and screen sharing and other information technology can achieve this …show more content…
One of the most important consequences of economic globalization is the rapid growth of the economy and the rapid growth of the earth 's ecological support system, and the global trade liberalization has intensified the global ecological crisis. Economic globalization has brought all kinds of countries into the global economic system, which has been dominated by capital, and the vicious competition between countries and enterprises has greatly damaged the global ecological environment. So far, the economic globalization is dominated by capital, all the countries involved in the globalization of the GDP or GNP method, the growth as the core objective, all the enterprises participating in the competition, whether public or private, are the pursuit of profit and profit. Under the pressure of competition, the limitation of resources and the value of natural ecological system are neglected. Many countries have adopted the western mode of production without the cost of ecological, and then repeat the consequences of environmental damage. Whether it is within the capitalist system or outside, cannot escape this

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