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Can you help me correcting any errors on my essay? Thanks a lot! The world is undoubtedly undergoing an unstoppable globalisation due primarily to the revolution of communication technologies. Never before has it been so easy to immerse yourself in a different culture without even going out of home. Perhaps even more relevant is to address the question of which are the effects globalisation has on national cultures and whether it is as beneficial as it seems. The first obvious effect of globalisation is the fact that boundaries between cultures seem to be getting increasingly blurrier. Formerly, there was a greater sense of patriotism and cultures where distinct from one another. However, nowadays people are exposed to different cultures on a daily basis and being the United States the leading global economic power of the world, it is no wonder its culture is taking over the world. In addition, globalisation also implies a radical change in traditional values. Following the American example, people are putting great emphasis on being successful professionally and therefore, focusing increasingly on their career. The so called hustle culture leads to new generations putting family on second place, with plenty of people not even considering having children. This differs greatly from the past, when family was considered the most important thing. The effects of globalisation are only bound to increase over time and while it certainly brings about positive effects and it is indisputably necessary for the development of nations, it will not take long for national cultures to be so interconnected that there is no sense of nationality. This is without a shadow of a doubt the most detrimental consequence of the interconnection between nations.
Feb 3, 2022 7:44 PM
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Can you help me correcting any errors on my essay? Thanks a lot! The world is undoubtedly undergoing an unstoppable globalisation due primarily to the revolution of communication technologies. Never before has it been so easy to immerse yourself in a different culture without even leaving the house. Perhaps even more relevant is to address the question of what are the effects globalisation has on national cultures and whether it is as beneficial as it seems. The first obvious effect of globalisation is the fact that boundaries between cultures seem to be getting increasingly blurred. Formerly, there was a greater sense of patriotism and cultures were distinct from one another. However, nowadays people are exposed to different cultures on a daily basis and the United States being the leading global economic power of the world, it is no wonder its culture is taking over the world. In addition, globalisation also implies a radical change in traditional values. Following the American example, people are putting great emphasis on being successful professionally and therefore, focusing increasingly on their career. The so called hustle culture leads to new generations putting family in second place, with plenty of people not even considering having children. This differs greatly from the past, when family was considered the most important thing. The effects of globalisation are only bound to increase over time and while it certainly brings about positive effects and it is indisputably necessary for the development of nations, it will not take long for national cultures to be so interconnected that there is no sense of nationality. This is without a shadow of a doubt the most detrimental consequence of the interconnection between nations.
Hola Pandora. Escribes muy bien. "Which" normalmente es cuando tienes una opción entre various cosas. Bastante interesante. Saludos, Simón.
Feb 3, 2022 8:31 PM
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