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Globalisation and cultural identity of developing countries

Updated on May 30, 2015

Globalization is one of the main buzzwords of the 21st century. Aftermath of globalization is evident in every aspect of human life, be it social, cultural or economic. Nothing is static, has never been, and will never be. In fact, with advancements in science, telecommunication and technology, new influences are occurring at an unprecedented rate.

So let’s first define the Word globalization. The phenomenon of globalization can be defined as the "acceleration and intensification of economic interaction among the people, companies, and governments of different nations."

Most studies of globalization tend to focus on changes occurring in the economic and political spheres. Most apparently globalization has been understood to have affected economic and political dimensions of nations, in a big and irreversible manner.


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