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"Globalization is the connection of different parts of the world resulting in the expansion of international cultural, economic, and political activities. It is the movement and integration of goods and people among different countries. There are advantages and disadvantages to globalization, all of which have economic, social, political, and cultural impacts. Globalization describes mainly trade practices, extending also to the communication patterns and cultural system[s] that underlie these practices."

"It is a term which may be used broadly to mean doing things as distant people do them, or more narrowly to mean complying to global standards in economy, politics, culture, education, environment or other matters. It describes the way countries and people of the world interact and integrate. Many things have become globalized as people come into contact."
—Simple English Wikipedia | https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globalization

Globalization, based on many definitions, in final analysis is a misnomer because it places primary interest on global economic expansion at the expense of human commonality. In reverse order, by emphasizing humanity’s commonality and elevating it as prime importance would reveal its potential to edify the human condition by rallying support for a common cause affecting all humanity, rampant defective social and economic systems long used to aggrandize a minority elite.

The incongruity of globalization lies in its various forms of crass materialism and adventurism and anathematized by the unfortunate many to include the underprivileged and disenfranchised.  Globalization, as defined, remains inconsistent with a cohesive global public policy framework.

 

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