Relationship to globalization
Globalization is when one idea becomes standardized around the world by transportation or other ways of communicating; in other words, expanding a company and making it worldwide or globalizing it. That is only one definition though; some economists believe that globalization is bad and some believe it’s doing the world a favor. Nothing good in the world is purely good, there’s always something bad with it. I feel like I am both a spectator and a participant when it comes to globalization because sometimes I notice that I observe most peoples' actions and behaviors and sometimes judge them whether its their taste in fashion or personalities. There are also other times where I globalize things myself and become a victim. For example, criticizing people for following a specific fashion trend, but slowly in time, globalization forces you to look exactly like all other girls so you can “fit in”. Even though it isn’t really “force” but globalization makes you look stupid for not having specific items. Sometimes people go overboard and act crazy by buying expensive items just to “fit in” or “be cool”. For example the new iPhone 5c, neither fancy nor new, just added a color to it, but there you have it, people lining up overnight to buy it first. Now that's fascinating. Things like this honestly wow me because us humans feel obliged to look, talk and walk the same way, nobody wants to feel uncool or unwanted by their friends, but sadly this is what globalization is doing to us. This ignorance that’s growing inside of us all is triggered by globalization because we no longer feel the urge to know what a microwave or a laptop is made out of. Ignorance has become a major problem worldwide and in my opinion, I think there are already enough ignorant people in the world. I think that big companies that manufacture gadgets should educate their people about their devices, for example: if your iPhone breaks and you need to repair it, you go...
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