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Globalization is sophisticated term, but can be defined like this, that it is a process, witch is connected with economical, social, political and technological changes and because of these changes countries and regions through the world are more connected and addicted of each other.1
Globalization has its own evolution history. It all started in the late 19th century and in the beginning of 20th century, it spread with rail transport, radio and telephone communication invention and spreading. And it was called the first wave of globalization, but it was stopped by First World War, then by following depression of economics, then by World War Two and only in 1980s when all the consequences of World War Two was solved only then started the second wave of globalization. Free trade let people get anything they want don’t matter where it was made. Internet appearance let people to know about newest things all over the world in few seconds and only what they have to do was sitting by their computers. Because of these things with 1990s we can talk about the third wave of globalization and it’s spreading right now. This wave is caused by internet accessibility to everyone, in our times internet is in almost every ones house. The technologies and inventions are making people lives easier. And the third thing that causes it is high level of living, people get richer and more powerful, thanks to the technologies they have more free time. 2
Ordinary people face with globalization everyday. Multiculturalism is coming in our homes, because we are watching Japanese TV, drinking tea from India, writing in notebook from China, using France dishes – whole world is in our houses. …
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