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Types of Globalization

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Michelle Ngatimin

on 19 April 2013

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Ecological Globalization Political Globalization 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Works Cited: "Types of Globalization". SchoolWorkHelper. Web. 18 April 2013. <http://schoolworkhelper.net/typesofglobalization> The Five Types Of Globalization - Economic Globalization
- Political Globalization
- Cultural Globalization
- Ecological Globalization
- Ideological Globalization An example of political globalization
is The League of nations and the
UN. They believe that if the world
was under one government, it will
be safer with less conflicts that
are caused.
Political Globalization refers to the rising amount of human associations which influence or govern the world as a whole.
political issues in one part of the world that affect other areas as well. Interdependence of countries to work together
and in a single ecosystem in order to solve
problems in nature. Ideological Globalization Types Of Globalization Cultural Globalization Economic Globalization: A worldwide phenomenon when countries' economic situations depend significantly on other countries. They will supply resources such as imported products and technology to one another. An example of economic globalization that happens all around the world is the international trade, in which products and services are exchanged between countries. A spread of ideas, attitudes and
values to other countries or nations. The sharing of these ideas will eventually lead to building a global network and improve the interaction between people coming from different cultures and ideas of life An example of cultural globalization is the spread of cuisines in other countries. American fast food chains such as McDonalds, has more than 34000 chains all over the world. An example is the international treaties that focus on environmental issues that will potentially affect the way we live such as climate change, global warming and preserving almost extinct animals Sofree, and Lucy Oppenheimer. "Economic Globalization." WiseGeek. Conjecture. Web. 18 April 2013. <http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-cultural-globalization.htm> sofree, and Lucy Oppenheimer. "Cultural Globalization." WiseGeek. Conjecture. Web. 18 April 2013. <http://wisegeek.com/what-is-cultural-globalization.htm> A system of shared ideas, beliefs and values. The ideological Globalization enables us to understand society, but ideologies also has the tendency to affect our perspective on reality. An example of ideological globalization was the ideology of Marxism or Darwinism. "Dimensions of Globalization." Global Sociology. Web. 18 April 2013. <http://globalsociology.pbworks.com/w/page/14711172/Dimencions of Globalizaion> BY Michelle 10.4
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