30, July 2011
The Globalization of Impact in Society
The technology in that the human culture have achieved to this point in civilization is remarkable. Each process of material developments carry on forth one generation after another; the information left by our intuition. Globalization is not a threat but an easier means of sharing it. These reactions can be observed across the range of mass culture. The technique and fundamentals used within different parts of the world vary significantly, for modern values prevail. The vastness of globalization has impacted a majority of nations across the world. One way of looking at Globalization through the advantages and disadvantages of its nature is to overlook society’s changes from generation to generation. The complexities of convergence through trade and social processes establish a variety of commodities between cultures. In part of sharing heritages of different cultures the experience of new found goods in intellect and materialistic sources take our interest in influencing positive or negative reactions. W.J. Perry a cultural anthropologist leader wrote a Journal over culture. In the journal he talks about the diversity among cultures and the meaning behind civilizations. He states, “that various peoples, in different parts of the earth, had, independently of one another, elaborated the fundamentals of arts and crafts” (Perry 105). He describes an interesting point specifying of how the process of these experiences occur, “independently”. The exposure to foreign cultural goods frequently brings about changes in local cultures, values, and traditions. For instance, local farmers who have traditionally earned a living by working their small plots of family-owned land and selling their goods locally may find reason to be concerned by globalization because new availability of foreign foods in a market- often at cheaper prices- can displace local farmers. Such causes...