Influence of Globalisation in Tanzania

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LSC
London

London School of Commerce
Degree Foundation

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Influence of globalisation in Tanzania

Students: Group A

Lecturer: David Mwaura
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1Executive Summary
a) This report is a result of a research done by LSC students entitled Implications of Globalization in Tanzania. The project was a collaborative effort among the students. b) The main goal of the research was to create a context-relevant knowledge base about the influence of Globalization in a low sub-Suharan African country. The research was conducted between 1991 and 2011 in two phases. Phase one was a preparation a full literature review and preparation of research instruments. Phase two was largely devoted to data gathering on the subject. c) Tanzania is amongst the poorest countries in the world. It is ranked as the 22nd most underdeveloped nation according to Human Development Index. Heavily dependent on agriculture, however, there has been some growth in service sector. d) Globalisation also has a close connection for the role of women in low financial gaining country such as Tanzania. Women have mainly gained from new employment chances in broaden economies, especially in some manufacturing industries and within the service sector. e) Technological improvement such as the Internet and cheep broadcasting systems for television and radio have risen the quantity and range of information available, normally to people in far areas in the country. f) In order to generate the poor developing country’s facts in the past, also present human rights, employment, development of technology and culture of that country that is whole summary of the report.

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Introduction
Tanzania is a product of the union between two independent states, namely, the Republic of Tanganyika and the Republic of Zanzibar that took place on 26 April 1964. The Tanzanian economy has over the years, evidenced a speedy integration of its economy to the rest of the world, and via a process called globalization.. Globalization can be determined as the process of increasing social, cultural integration, political and economical, whereas effects in addition to national boundaries have a vital factor limiting and influencing all features of national welfare. The action is seen in form of incremented flow of services, ideas and goods and migration of people (ESRF, 2002, Globalization and Tanzania) Globalization is a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies and governments of different nations, a process driven by international trade and investment and aided by information technology. This process has effects on the environment, on culture, on political systems, on economic development and prosperity, and on human physical well being in societies around the world.

General notions have a long history, however talk of “globalism” and “globalization” has mainly arisen since 1980. A clear and precise definition of the global is crucial to advance both knowledge and policy in contemporary society. Globalism in the sense of trans-world connectivity is manifested across multiple areas of social life, including communication, travel, production, markets, money, finance, organization, military, ecology, health, law and consciousness. Notion of globalization as the rise of trans-planetary and super territorial link between people need to be carefully qualified in order to avoid globalist excesses.

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Analysis

Men and women in the Tanzanian...
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