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Transcript of S.P.R.I.T.E Globalization
By: Rebecca Lowe-Choa-Lee
An example of social globalization is within the school system. Everyday in school a mass mixture of ethnicity and cultures emerge. Students share combine their knowledge of discipline and food choices everyday in class and during lunch.
Churches today have aloud anyone to come in and practice their religion with them. It doesn't matter what ethnicity or religion you are, churches have opened up to anyone and veered away from rejecting any one person. This is happening because it would be discriminating to not let someone in the doors just because that person may look different. Cultural Diffusion has become acknowledge around the world.
Different ways of learning and communication has become dominant. Between science, arts, and mathematics, the world as a whole has educated each other on these subjects. For example, Mixed Martial Arts has boomed through the United State along with musical instruments. Another example is written examinations. Standardized testing has become more diverse in each section in order to separate the average from the "outstanding" students who has a broader depth of knowledge. This also has helped different races of people get recognized for their brilliance and diversity.
Today, chief corporations are known not only on their own land, but also throughout the world. Corporations like Google, McDonalds, and Apple have headquarters not only in America. Branches in different countries help take advantage of lower production costs or cheaper labor. While this does help provide a broad advantage of multiple countries, this also lowers cost of products and production in a whole.
An example of political globalization is the interrelationships between different countries. Without one another each country would struggle to modernize and develop. This is why world leaders communicate with each other to maximize economic efficiency, as well as provide funds to fight world hunger. Like the "Group of Eight." This consists of the wealthiest countries.
Technological advancements have definitely swept through the world. Satellites for example has made talking to an individual a million miles away a simple as picking up an electronic device. Technology would have never developed into what it is today without involvement of different countries around the world. For instance, Apple items are designed in the United States and manufactured in China.