Student’s Name: Instructor: Course Code: Date: Globalization has created as many losers as it has winners. Introduction What is globalization? Various authors and institutions have given different definitions of what encompasses globalization. According to the State University of New York-Levin Institute (2016) globalization refers to the process of interaction and integration among the people companies and governments of different countries and this process is driven by international trade and invested and facilitated by information technology. Works by two scholars Grinin and Sheffield (2013) state that globalization is the growth of the sizes of social systems and the increase in the complexity of inter-societal links. These definitions can be closely related in that they all try to describe how globalization may be considered as a process of connecting the past present. And the future with the aim of closing the gap that exists between the past and the future on ON THE ISSUE OF LSE PROF. ANTONTY D.SMITH). Conclusion Globalization is a complex issue that should not be ignored. It has both positive and negative impacts to the world. The most popular complaint about globalization is that it has made the rich richer while making the non-rich poorer. This is a fact in that; developed countries benefit more as compared to developing countries as discussed by my paper. Works Cited Collins M. (2015). The pros and cons of globalization. The Forbes Magazine. Retrieved from www.forbes.com L. & Sheffield J. (2013). Globalization. Yesterday Today and Tomorrow. Emergent Publications. pp19 Levin Institute (2016). What is Globalization? Retrieved from www.globalization101.org C & Sorrell L. (2016). H&M in factory horror as workers endure ‘outrageous sweatshop conditions’ making clothes. Retrieved from www.thesun.co.uk K. & Essa A. (2015). No place like home. Retrieved from interactive.aljazeera.com G. (2013). 12 negative aspects of globalization. Oilprice.com. Retrieved from https://oilprice.com/Finance/the-Economy/12-Negative-Aspects-of-Globalization.html [...]
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