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do you prefer globalization culture or local culture ?

do you prefer golbalization culture of local culture,and i mean golbalization culture in real meaningGlobalization in one direction (publish Amrican culturea in all Daily behaviors,arts,fashion..ect) 



hi Yara, my name is Sergio and i am from spain, i have seen your discussion and in my opinion globalization has lots of adavantages, however there are many disadvantages, since thanls to it, we can know all the countries of the world, in contrast, the local culture of the country is losing, for example if we go to spain, london, even egypt, we could eat different type of food but you can see that in every country there are burger king, mac donald, etc it is due to the globalization.

Nice to meet you and i hope your answer.


Hi Yara! I think that both are very important and we can learn a lot from them, but my opinion is that global culture is better, it makes you open your mind and understand many things that happens in our world and why they happen.

Nowadays thanks to internet we can get this information super fast and quick. 

It is hard to answer I even dont know where am I in the map of the question.

But I think no country can accept all, those can be accepted perhaps reflect from local interest.

Sometimes, if you understand self culture deeply, perhaps that is not a local culture.


Hi, Yara. I think it′s not good ′cause it deletes all limits, so individuality disappears. everybody and every groupe wants to be individual. I think, it doesn′t interfere communication, if everybody knows who he is, and what he whants - he better communicates, i think.


′cause, if travelling be simplier, it′ll be better))

sorry, "of course if travelling..."

I perfer golbalization culture .

I'm sure there are upsides to globalization, but it really depresses me to read things like Beijing opening its 100th McDonalds. The last thing I want to see after travelling 17,000 miles is an American fast-food restaurant. I am also bothered by the universality of American TV shows and popular culture. I recall a conversation with a girl in a village in Indonesia who could tell me every detail about How I Met Your Mother, but couldn't tell me who was running for president in her country. A girl from Iran added me just to ask whether it was true that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson broke up. How much worse will it get?

It's a bit hard to answer. I think in some cases globalization is good, but in the other hand I think the diffrences make the world interesting. I don't like to wear an uniform all the time!!


It really doesn't matter. Globalization is an objective process and it can't be avoided no matter what we want or prefer. So our nearest future is a global culture ornamented with local culture features.

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