By- Vansh Mittal

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Threats of Globalization on Culture of Individual Countries

Globalization is the process through which the world community integrates into a common social and economic system. It is the tendency of technologies and business to spread all over the world. It involves interaction among countries in the world, to enhance global economic growth. Through globalization, there is a technological, economical, political and cultural exchange, which is made possible by advances in communication, transportation and infrastructure.The cycle of globalization targets bringing individuals from different social foundation together later on. This future doesn't have a place with any culture, however it should be a shared task, which permits the incorporation of all. Culture, is the lifestyle of a gathering of individuals including, conventions, customs, convictions, language, conduct, ceremonies just as music.

Study shows that numerous native dialects and societies are very nearly getting wiped out because of globalization. It is assessed that there are around 7000 communicated in dialects on the planet with 5000 of these assessed to be native. Around 2500 native dialects are at risk for getting wiped out, and a lot more are losing their connection in the common world. Papua New Guinea comprises the most communicated in dialects around 847 distinct dialects are spoken. The primary dialects under danger of elimination are those spoken by 1000 individuals or less.Several indigenous people have an interest in having a wide variety of plants and animals to have diverse source of food. Because, of the impact of western style- civilization and its farming methods. These varieties of plants and animals encouraged by the native people are rapidly fading out along with their diversity.

Globalization has also affected cultures of developed countries. In Japan the rapid progress in industrialisation and modernisation has led to the decline in traditional performing arts, social practices and artisanship. The benefits of globalization such as democracy and poverty reduction are highly recognized in Japan. Globalization may have a positive or negative effect on individual nations. The negative effect of globalization to the social legacy is a danger. The vast majority of nations in Africa and Middle East are confronting an emergency of globalization on their rich culture. The majority of non-industrial nations are attempting to receive English as their essential language. Vernacular dialects are on the decay and are very nearly getting wiped out. Another route is through religion, where custom convictions among the local individuals are decreasing. Dressing is likewise impacted by globalization; where numerous nations are receiving western design.



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