Globalisation Brings More Benefit Than Harm Essay

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“Globalisation brings more benefit than harm and should therefore be encouraged.” Discuss the statement. Like many things that have dual facets in this world, globalisation brings both benefit and harm simultaneously. The pro-globalisation and anti-globalisation groups have been debating each other for decades, but yet to compromise and suggest the best solution or outcome for all. However, as the saying goes, ‘Don’t be afraid to change. You may lose something good, but you may gain something even better’, and this has genuinely reflected in the era of globalisation. The same thing goes to the changes or impacts brought by globalisation towards economics, finance, social, education, science and technology. Globalisation is the movement towards a borderless world and the interdependence of the global markets and businesses. Globalisation has gradually enabled the…show more content…
Thanks to the media which has helped world leaders and those tycoons of different fields to be noted in the lime light. People from outside of United States of America may not know who is Donald Trump, the property tycoon in the U.S. if it is not because of his reality show - the Apprentice. The global craze of going after self-finance education that promoted by Robert Kiyosaki in his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad would not be spread out to Malaysia in early year 2000 and has translated into more than 8 languages at global stage. Through globalisation, the Walt Disney’s movies from the U.S have rooted in the hearts of many kids and young adults worldwide. The characters and storyline of “princess and prince live happily ever after” in the past Walt Disney’s movies have created much impact on people’s perception or fantasy on a good life partner. The latest movies which emphasised on “true love” embracing the family love will definitely create another new way of thinking and positive impact on the young

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