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The author has not dealt with the issue at hand in a precise and comprehensive manner, which may easily confuse many readers. This paper will explore an all rounded approach to globalization from the main critical angles which best explain the subject in discussion.
The views expressed by the author on globalization suggest absence of any wrong in the presentation of certain practice or object. The blame is set rather on the problem that is the perception of the object. The example of the coffee house and snack shop given by the author does not put blame on the coffee house or the shops, but the reception in different places. It is true in many instances, and people should not blame, Americanization but instead the people ought to change their approach towards such ventures.
On the flip side of the above, borrowed cultures are a reality in the current times. It openly means that globalization is responsible for the erosion of some values of other cultures due to the embracing of the Western culture. Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom reasons for failure in the campaign to popularize Disney’s character Mickey Mouse cannot be solely blamed on the way globalization is perceived in different parts of the world. The timing of the animation giant to introduce a character in China was wrong hence the failure of the brand. Jeffrey clearly states presences of a health campaign to get rid of “laoshu” a Chinese name for a rat (Wasserstrom, 22). The violence received on “Mi Lushorue” was due to the campaign against rats in China.
Wasserstrom fails to present the good side of globalization but concentrates mostly on the failed parts of brands that he relates to globalization. It is important in any analysis not to take sides in presenting your views but to work towards the reader getting the silent voice in the paper that states your position. There are protests in the streets in India with people fearing for their jobs. The above is just one
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Strong arguments, needless to say, portray what we mean are the most appropriate and the strongest point in a subject being argued. In collegiate level, strong argumentation helps to develop the power of reasoning and balancing the consequences of those who will go to face the true world full of uncertainties.
Finance is another issue that has to be dealt with in order to start a new power plant. In this regard the writer appreciates the US President’s generosity for the sanction of a new budget to start these plants. Moreover this essay is an appeal to the private sector as well as the government to invest in such a venture because although the stake of risk is high yet if the venture is successful the project can be very profitable and hence it is worth the risk.
This article criticizes the approach of people against distribution and availability of condoms for youngsters. The article is not basically emphasizing on the use or availability of condoms but is based on the parent-child relationship and open discussion on sex and other issues.
Likewise, when Anderson says, “Most studies find that males and females are equally affected, and that high and low aggressive individuals are equally affected” (Anderson cited in Ramage, Bean, and Johnson 447), not a single study has been cited for evidence.
This documentary film effectively portrayed how the students from Republic of China, India and United States spend their school days. 2 Million Minutes explores the different habits, attitudes, behaviors, lifestyles and ambitions of these students. The major argument of this essay is based on the education system of America. The documentary film also brings up the wonder if the students of United States work hard enough to score good marks in exam and grab the opportunity to get success in future career.
An influence of "Melting Pot" processes on American language in literature is a complex notion which includes cultural issues and language differences. Thesis American language becomes a unified force which helps authors to connect their cultural values and norms with American culture and make their literature available to a wide audience of readers.
The authors submit that the invention has captured the masses’ attention to an unabated extent because this source of amusement is far more comfortable and attractive in comparison with books and other print media.
Wallace adds that the main aim of education is not just to fill people with knowledge but to teach them how to think, which people may perceive to be obvious because they have gone through college. This is true for most members of the society because personally, I would assume that I already know how to think because I have gone through college.