Globalization, as illustrated in Global Realization by Eric Schlosser, brings a slew of dangers, to say nothing of an ugly dark side. On the other hand, it brings fantastic opportunities as well as benefits. Just as capitalism needs a network of governing systems to keep it from devouring societies, globalization can’t do without the rule of law and vigilance. As Schlosser illustrates the very heart of globalization, his explanation seems to have much common with fire. Evidently, fire is neither bad nor good. When utilized in the proper way, it can form iron, cook delicious food, sterilize equipment and also heat our homes. On the contrary, when employed carelessly, fire can physically destroy forests, towns, lives almost instantly. In Malcolm Gladwell's essay, The Power of Context, the author makes it clear how abrupt and immediate change can trigger upbeat results in a bad situation. Then, Susan Faludi's essay, The Naked Citadel, states how resistance can change yields of evolution in the thoughts and actions of folks around this world. Both these essays yield a strong point and also display how change, that’s not always good, though not always bad, is crucial to the progression of the human race, yet at the same time stops its productivity in a very profound way. That given idea is probably the cornerstone of globalization as illustrated by Schlosser. By the way, some of the ideas of Gladwell actually back Schlosser's essay on globalization, while some don’t. Moreover, there’re ideas of Faludi's complimenting Schlosser's mentality, while others don’t.
Gladwell's essay backed the idea that quick change would take place in our world if corresponding efforts were undertaken to alter our society quickly.
Aside from that, in his essay Gladwell stresses that people have already stepped up enforcement of the laws against public drunkenness as well as public urination and successfully arrested repeat violators, including those throwing empty bottles on the street or were involved in minor damage to property. If you dared to pee in the street, you would be sent to jail. The matter is that such minor and perhaps seemingly insignificant quality-of-life crimes might appear to be Tipping Points for more serious crimes.
In addition to this, Gladwell points out that certain changes can be carried out immediately to alter the environment that surrounds us. From his point of view, change is quite positive and without it, our world will keep deteriorating.
Globalization, as illustrated in Global Realization by Eric Schlosser, brings a slew of dangers, to say nothing of an ugly dark side. On the other hand, it brings fantastic opportunities as well as benefits. Just as capitalism needs a network of governing systems to keep it from devouring societies, globalization can’t do without the rule of law and vigilance.