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Globalization As Hybridization

globalization As Hybridization

integrated and form a cartel of globalised material in the world but however protect their local customs.e. Another perception of the globalization process in relation to the ethnography study is the old man seen playing a guitar by the road side singing and receiving accolades from a group of people comprising both genders but different nationalities; assumed Pakistan and some European young. Pierterse (1995) observed that most interpretation refers globalization as a homogenization process that stems from the perception that the world is becoming more standard and uniform, through cultural, commercial and technological synchronization emerging from the west; and an assumption that modernity is often tied. The polarization thesis claims that global interdependence and interconnection do not compulsorily mean cultural accord, as culture is stronger to standardize than economic society and technology; while the homogenization thesis advocates that global culture is becoming uniformed and standardized around an American or Westernized model. As she drove past, I saw she had different packages from different stores on her machine tray. There were people in jean, jackets, boots, caftans, turbans, hijabs etc. Reference Copied to Clipboard. "Analysis of Globalization Theory: Hybridization." All Answers Ltd.

The Globalization of European Union, NAFTA and Globalization,

Print, reference this, published: 23rd March, 2015 7th August, 2018. This is as a result of the weather conditions with the most people seem adapted to irrespective of their nationalities or cultural values. World culture theorists have claimed that world culture exist, but to a large extent less homogeneous than claimed by the world polity theorists (Bryan 2001). Looking behind, I saw a group of people discussing in English language and interchanging it with some Chinese language at intervals in a loud manner; while another group adjacent to them even though diverse, appeared to be speaking English but in a quiet mode. The sloping walking hill corner of the city centre witnesses most stores, shops and shopping plaza having their last floor with glass display or walling for product displays with attractive inscription of sales, price slashes and percentage reductions to attract passersby to their outlets. The most common interpretations of globalization are the ideas that the world is becoming more uniform and standardized, through a technological, commercial and cultural synchronization emanating from the West, and that globalization is tied up with modernity. The knowledge of various cultures gives us an innovative idea for creating industrious inventions; while also creating better understanding amongst people in a simple way. A globalized culture does increases knowledge of citizens in global the Contradiction of Hamlet world and does not stop them from having a feed day with their localized content, which is in support of the Hybridization theory by pieterse (1994). This elucidates Holton (2000) argument that the intercultural exchange and the integration of cultural elements from a range of sources within particular cultural practices results in Hybridization.

globalization As Hybridization