Glt Task 1

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GLT1 Task 1 Analyze the effects of globalization on native-no Western cultural practices Issues in Behavioral Science Jamie Bousquet 000339213 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 (dictionary.com, n.d.). Globalization can been seen different depending on where you are from. It can cause issues for more traditional societies such as losing ancient customs and values. Although there are many, South Korea and India are examples of two non-western cultures that have been impacted by globalization in which I will look at each country before globalization and the effects of globalization it has now. A1. Circumstances before and after event Before globalization, South Korea was considered a very isolated society (Ruediger, 2006), with deep cultural ideas, and one of the poorest countries in the world with most of its culture being based on farming rice. It was said that rice farming was more than just farming in was a way of life for the South Korean people. The majority of the population of South Korea was committed to growing rice, with rice being to major farming product. In the later part of the 1980’s, globalization was introduced to South Korea. They were persuaded to join the World Trade Organization (WTO) to open their economy to unrestricted trade. As South Korea opened to the idea of free trade, it meant that the farming communities would receive less subsides. The WTO was assuring aid and access to the new world markets
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