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GLOBALIZATION

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Transcript of GLOBALIZATION

Globalization is an economic, technological, social and cultural planetary scale process of increased communication and interdependence among countries joining the world markets, societies and cultures, through a series of social, economic and political transformations give them global.
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GLOBALIZATION
Ideologically collectivist creeds and traditionalist values ​​and cause widespread disinterest and are losing ground to individualism and cosmopolitanism of the open society. Meanwhile the political governments are losing powers to what has been called network society activism increasingly revolves around social networks, has extended the transition to democracy against despotic regimes, and public policy stand efforts for the transition to capitalism in some of the former command economies and the transition from feudalism to capitalism in underdeveloped economies of some countries but with varying degrees of success.
The positive or negative evaluation of this phenomenon, or the inclusion of additional or alternative definitions to highlight the inclusion of some value judgment Features may vary according to the ideology of the party. This is because the globalization phenomenon has aroused great enthusiasm in some areas, while in others it has awakened a profound rejection (anti-globalization), also having eclectic and moderate positions.
Some authors consider most appropriate in Spanish the term globalization, galicismo derived from the French word mondialisation, rather than globalization, anglicized from the English globalization, since in Spanish "global" does not equal "world", as it does in English. However, the Dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy records the entry 'globalization', understood as the "tendency of markets and companies to spread, reaching a global dimension which transcends national boundaries" 1, while the entry 'globalization "is not in the dictionary.
The process of globalization also makes into crisis protectionism and the welfare state had gained popularity in the interwar period, when in capitalist nations the notion that the state has a double major role in the smooth functioning of the economy spreads, one to ensure the prosperity of the people and the other to avoid the cycles of growth and recession. The basis for the emergence of Keynesianism and the New Deal are thus created.
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Since then other governments apply measures combining some level of economic liberalism with the state technocracy, often to be content with some degree of interventionism in social sectors and lobbyists who reject the dismantling of the welfare state. This whole phenomenon became known in public policy, especially by critics from the post-Cold War socialism, under the confusing term "neoliberalism."
Globalization on culture manifests in integration and cultural practices contact: brands, media consumption, values​​, icons, characters, collective imagination, habits, relationships, etc.. In a narrow sense of the concept of culture is understood about everything related to the diffusion and consumption of cultural products to worldwide, mainly film, television, literature and music, where the technological factor multiplies its outreach to large scale.
This Outbreaks of an intense attraction for cultural tourism, manifested in major tourist destinations and major exhibition events (major museums, fairs and conventions) that aim to make culture accessible worldwide, closely adds with the expansion of international networks of transport, especially air.
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ETYMOLOGY
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Globalization itself is a continuous and dynamic process that defies the laws of the countries in the way they regulate the operation of businesses and the economic behavior of individuals at the international level , although they can give jobs to the workforce unemployed or be contracted , they can also benefit from remaining irregularities and weaknesses in a particular country . It is easy for these companies simply move their production to places where they are of maximum facilities . A final point of interest is economic growth globally since the introduction of the process. According to IMF data , all developed countries and many of which are developing , have experienced sustained growth of their economies , which has and is allowing the incorporation of hundreds of millions of modern economies . This is generally the most widely used justification for globalization .
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