Analyze the Effects of Globalization on Native-No Western Cultural Practices

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GLT1 Task 1 Analyze the effects of globalization on native-no Western cultural practices Issues in Behavioral Science Jamie B BSN 06/18/2014 Western Governor’s University In this essay, I will discuss the matter of Globalization of two nations, South Korea and India. Globalization can be defined as, in simple terms, as the process of making something, anything available worldwide. It is a collaboration between countries, exchanging goods, services, workers, ideas, and even culture, which allow a multitude of opportunities to anyone to enjoy, from anywhere in the world (, n.d.). Globalization can been seen different depending on where you are from. It can cause issues for more traditional societies such as losing…show more content…
As a result of these reforms, the world has been opened up to India and globalization had begun. Globalization has given India new opportunities in economics, social, traditional and governmental methods. The economic sector has had the biggest changes in India. As a result of globalization, westernization has become very apparent in Indian society today and has changed the daily life of the Indian. For instance, English language, clothing, and behaviors, which are more western and taking the place of Indian traditions, are the new ways of the younger generation of India. Globalization offers the youth economic liberation With remarkable growth, India is considered one of the fastest growing countries in the world today (Komath, 2010). Outsourcing by IT and BPO (business process outsourcing) has had tremendous growth in India with a rise in trained professionals that are employed by local and foreign companies to service customers in the U.S. and Europe. Globalization has had a good influence overall on the economy (Somalkar, n.d.). Industry has brought many big manufacturing companies to India which has boosted the economy, by offering employment to the Indian people. But in the farming areas or rural areas of India, it is a much different feeling. It is said that the liberation that the youth enjoy has had a negative impact of the rural areas saying the it has lowered the
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