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Welcome to the Globalization Libguide

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This research guide pulls together a variety of resources you may want to use if you are conducting research for Globalization ( intended for Prof. Weaver's English 1 course(s) ).

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Overview of Globalization

Globalization is the creation and expansion of economic and social connections among people and organizations around the world. The process is fueled by the movement of people, goods, ideas, technology, and money across national boundaries.

The populations of different cultures have interacted and established economic and cultural links for centuries. In the Middle Ages, merchants and explorers exchanged goods and ideas throughout Europe, across North Africa, and between the Middle East and Asia. However, in recent decades, globalization has advanced at an increasingly rapid pace. Two major forces in this development have been the Internet, which has sped up communications, and businesses, which have expanded to reach markets on distant continents.

Although people still identify with their local communities and national governments, many increasingly see themselves as part of a global society. However, globalization does not affect all regions in the same way. Individuals and corporations in industrialized countries tend to benefit more than those in developing countries. 

 


"Globalization." Current Issues: Macmillan Social Science Library. Detroit: Gale, 2010. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 4 Sep. 2012.

 

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