Globalization Is A Natural Process Of Social Evolution Essay

1012 Words Apr 15th, 2016 null Page
Every major city is inhabited by all kinds of people. Nearly in every corner of this planet, there is demand for goods from all over the world. If your favorite kind of food is from a culture other than your own, then you too are unconsciously a part of globalization. The influence of other cultures is so engrained and present in all of our lives that we are almost numb to it. Your car can be Korean, your phone American, and even if you shop at a local supermarket, most of your groceries are from all over the country or world. Today, due to the amazingly efficient transportation system, we can consume fresh produce from halfway around the world. This is something that was technologically impossible hundreds of years ago. This has created a world full of interwoven cultures and influences. Even though it has caused many cultures to contaminate each other, globalization is inevitable because it is a natural process of social evolution that propels the future of the human race.
From the beginning of history, humans pass diseases, ideas and goods amongst themselves. Trade has been an important conductor of both economic and technological progress. Trade has allowed the technologies, goods, and cultural thought of one world to be exposed to others. This free flowing and evolving thought influences cultures to shift and have been necessary to move humanity forward. For example, Maria’s family emigrated from Cuba to Miami in 1976. This family has a fatty and carb-rich diet that…

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