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By josie beardsley larissa rose jacki feocco

GLOBALIZATION

By: Josie Beardsley, Larissa Rose & Jacki Feocco


What is globalization
What is Globalization?

A Process of interactions and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations. A process driven by international trades and investments, aided by informational technology.


Pros of Globalization in the US

  • Brings all the involved nations together.

  • Causes cultural mingling-learning about other cultures.

  • Socially more open & tolerant towards things we view as “different”

  • Produces cheap products in large supply

  • All nations involved help each other sort out their ecological problems.

  • Prices of products can be kept at one low price

PROS


“Globalization has changed us into a company that searches the world, not just to sell or to source, but to find intellectual capital- the worlds best talents and greatest ideas.”

-Jack Welch


Cons of Globalization in the US: the world, not just to sell or to source, but to find intellectual capital- the worlds best talents and greatest ideas.”

  • Threats of corporates ruling the country

  • Possibly leading to communicable diseases and social degeneration (greater gap between social classes)

  • Bad working conditions

    -wages

    -lack of benefits.

CONS


The greatest weapon of mass destruction is corporate economic globalization. -- Kenny Ausubel


Economic benefits
Economic benefits economic globalization.

  • Free buying and selling between nations increased

  • Increased flow of communications by allowing information sharing between person and organizations around the world.

  • Increased number of jobs world wide

  • Competition keeps prices relatively low as a result inflation is less likely to occur.

  • Companies have greater flexibility to operate across borders

  • Greater simplicity and pace of transporting goods.


Issues and concerns
ISSUES AND CONCERNS economic globalization.

  • Growing inequality

  • Workers feel threatened by low wage competition

  • Short-term capitol flows threatens of finical crisis and instability

  • Government less able to offer social protection


Do some countries benefit more than others
Do some countries benefit more than others? economic globalization.

YES- raises productivity and living standards of people in countries that open themselves to the global market place.

-Greater individual freedom.

-access to foreign capital, global export markets, advance technology while breaking monopoly of inefficient and protected domestic producers.

EXAMPLE: China – continues to grow in importance and the largest contribution of global growth.


Globalization and human rights
Globalization and human rights economic globalization.

  • Led to an increase in sweatshop labor (factory where workers do piecework for poor pay and are prevented from forming unions)

  • Weakened the position of poor countries

  • Expose poor people to harmful competition

  • Increase chances for wealthy not poor

  • Caused an increase in long hours, unhealthy working conditions, absence of schooling and malnutrition of children.


Pressure of globalization has led to child trafficking and forced labor. Five years ago, reports emerged about small groups of children being trafficked and forced to pick cacao beans – the main ingredient for chocolate – in West African plantations.

– YaleGlobal


Environmental impact
Environmental Impact forced labor. Five years ago, reports emerged about small groups of children being trafficked and forced to pick cacao beans – the main ingredient for chocolate – in West African plantations.

  • Devastating natural habitats

  • Speeding Global Warming

  • Increasing air & water pollution


HOW ARE CULTURES AFFECTED? forced labor. Five years ago, reports emerged about small groups of children being trafficked and forced to pick cacao beans – the main ingredient for chocolate – in West African plantations.

Brings changes

Growing dominance of US products

May end cultural diversity

ARE CULTURES DISSAPEARING?

YES- France

-food, language, art,

movies, café, boutiques.

WHY- overwhelming influence of corporate and cultural America.


Does it benefit the us
Does it benefit the US? forced labor. Five years ago, reports emerged about small groups of children being trafficked and forced to pick cacao beans – the main ingredient for chocolate – in West African plantations.

  • YES-

    • On going trade and investments

    • Spurs competition

    • Raises productivity

    • Raises living standards

    • Creates economic freedom


Bibliography
Bibliography forced labor. Five years ago, reports emerged about small groups of children being trafficked and forced to pick cacao beans – the main ingredient for chocolate – in West African plantations.

  • Ganguly, Poushali . "Pros and Cons of Globalization." 11 21 2007. Buzzel. 2 Jun 2009 <http://www.buzzle.com/articles/pros-and-cons-of-globalization.html>.

  • Ligi, Amanda. "Pros and Cons of Globalization." 4 28 2006. Associated Content. 2 Jun 2009 <http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/29797/the_pros_and_cons_of_globalization_pg2.html?cat=3>.

  • Valley,Silicon. “Globalization101”. The Levin Institute. June 2, 2009 http://www.globalization101.org/what_is_globalization.html

  • Lechner, Frank. "Globalization Issues." 2000 2001. The Globalization Website. 3 Jun 2009 <http://www.sociology.emory.edu/globalization/issues03.html>.

  • Yafasovsa, Alana. “What Is Globalization”. 2004. 3 June 2009http://nota.triwe.net/teachers/tolstikoba/students04.htm#How%20does%20globalization%20affect%20culture%20is%20it%20americanization.


Bibliography continued
Bibliography Continued forced labor. Five years ago, reports emerged about small groups of children being trafficked and forced to pick cacao beans – the main ingredient for chocolate – in West African plantations.

  • Meunier, Sophie. “Managing Globalization the French way” May 1, 2002. 3 June 2009 <http://www.princeton.edu/pr/news/02/q2/0501-meunier_qa.htm>


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