Technology has had an outstanding effect on traditional cultures through out the world over the last century. The development of technology due to the globalisation has a major impact on the world especially it has changed the traditional culture and methods of communication, transportation and education. Different types of technologies are used for various reasons in day to day life. The developments of technology break up the international limits and open up a new path to culture altering globalization to occur. New technological advancement has a greater impact on education in a traditional culture and it has opened the doors not only to education but also on employment opportunities as well (Musawi 2011). He also stresses that the people around the globe have become much closer due to the technological development over the past decades. It is a true fact that invention of new technologies such as digital media brings everyone closer together around the world. Even though due to the technological development has changed the way of thinking and life patterns of the people through out the world. However the outcome of the development of technology affects traditional way of people’s lives in both negative and positive ways. Early era people used to spend their glorious time with their families and now people spend more time on internet and social networking such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. Gilyarewskii (2007) states that modern day children are totally different than pre computer age children. Unlike pre computer age children who were creative with their work and had hobbies like collecting stamps, pass the leisure time with their peers but the modern day children spend more time on computer games, social networking and internet. In fact technology plays a vital role in development of communication, transportation and education on any culture.
Due to the globalization the world has shrunk in to one global village. The main reason for this is the...
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