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Globalization and its effects on multiculturalism

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Danikka Bateman

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Transcript of Globalization and its effects on multiculturalism

Globalization
By: Danikka Bateman
"E Pluribus Unum"
-out of many, one
The national motto of the United States.
(Hall, 2012)

And Its Effects on
Multiculturalization

What is globalization?
Globalization is a process of
interaction and integration among
people, companies, and governments
of different nations, a process driven
by iternational trade and investment
and aided by information
technology.
What has globalization
got to do with Kansas?
Therefore spreading our culture and ideas, as well as accepting those of others. This process has effects on the environment, on culture, on political systems, on economic development and prosperity in societies around the world.
In the past few decades,
globalization has sky-rocketed. The U.S. sends
employees around the
world to conduct business, and vis-versa.
Examples of Global Companies in the U.S.

Husqvarna-
From Sweeden, this company makes sewing machines, kitchen equipment, bicycles, motorcycles, lawn mowers, chainsaws and construction products.

Ikea-
From Sweeden, this company specializes in modern architectural designs for various types of appliances and furniture.

Kia-
South Koreas oldest car company

Kawaski-
From Japan, produces motercycles.
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Kansas City Small Business Monthly writes, “It may not be well known yet, but Kansas City is becoming a “hotbed” of innovation, especially for biotechnology and related products,

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U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Jon Dudas, reported in a late 2006 press release that Kansas City is the number one place in the Midwest to start a business.
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Kansas City Global,” In recent years Kansas City has become increasingly well-known for its connections with the international business world. Both American businesses operating overseas and International businesses operating in the United States have come to see Kansas City and, indeed, its vibrant international community as an excellent resource.”
Were not in Kansas Anymore.
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