Globalization


The advancement of transportation and communication technology has facilitated greater interaction between people throughout the world, a process known as globalization. Because of its various economic, social, cultural, and environmental implications, attitudes toward globalization are ambivalent. There are concerns about the exploitation of people and resources from less economically stable countries and the destruction of cultural traditions, but at the same time it has allowed the world to open up for people on an international scale. It is important to weigh the many costs and benefits of this complicated issue to form a reasoned response, which this book adeptly supports.

ISBN Number
9781534503861
Trim Size
6" x 9"
Binding Type
Library Bound
Number of Pages
200
List Price
$53.03
30% Discount Price
$37.12
Author
Publisher
Rosen (Greenhaven)
Copyright Date
2019
Reading Level
10-12