Role Of Globalization In 1492

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Globalization is the process of communication and interaction of trade with diverse cultures, through global travel and transporting products around the world. This essay will argue that there was a form of archaic globalisation previously, which brought positive impact on most countries in terms of economy, culture and politics. During 1492 there was globalisation, with examples exposed through the Indian Ocean trade and the afro-euro Asia connective. This essay will be reinforced by the following sources Ailliaces, Jose de Acosta and Columbian logbook which will demonstrate the connection through globalisation before 1492.
In 1492 there was two significant events that took place, which were globalisation and modern. Globalisation is the
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The Indian Ocean trade had begun with a minor trading settlement, which then degenerated when the Portugal had invaded and tried to run for their individual profit. Therefore, the economics of globalisation has increased on economic integration and interdependence of nationwide, regional and local economics worldwide. This has brought a positive impact on economic movement of goods, services and technologies has become stable. Ultimately, the Indian Ocean trade was connected through the afro-euro Asian trade that over laps each other due to the trade along the Indian Ocean. When the empires existed, the world became more interconnected as the empire were interacting and trading with each other, this is how the world in was interconnected and how globalisation took …show more content…
Encounters between different nations, world travel and interaction, the idea that states need to be based on populations that share a sense of public and culture. These aspects of modern world, and were used to modernity today. Although in 1492, the world was not modern yet. Therefore, modern globalisation began in the nineteenth century, where sudden drop in transport expenses allowed the prices of supplies in Europe and Asia to converge. The beginning of modernity was slower, more local option for what people could do with their life were more restricted. People were generally uneducated and their life focused on creating family, supporting which other by constructing foods and observing their religion to secure the afterlife. During this period the colonisation of South America took place. Christopher Columbus’s voyages, Spain was the first European rule to settle and colonize the area, from North America and the Caribbean to the southern tip of South America. Spanish cities were established as early as 1496 with Santo Domingo in today’s Dominican Republic. Due to the colonisation of South America the Columbian exchange was in action. The Columbian exchange was an extensive trade, which included animals, plants, human population and technology. These trades happened during the fifteenth and the sixteenth century among Americans and the afro-Eurasia to European colonisation. In references to the Columbian

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