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in levels of dimension in that humans relate to nature and to life. Over time and within countries, humans will produce goods and eventually exchange the items for the evaluation and for the use. Through rituals and symbols, humans bring structure social relationships to build community and celebrate it as well. More communities around America and around the world come to understand the changes in culture and the impact for globalization in a positive and educating manner.
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Lingenfelter 5 Countless individuals in America and across the world will have the opportunity to impose their values, belief, and norms through the use of foods, music, movies, fashion, and the internet [Capitalize "Internet" as the worldwide communication network] . Those who remain complacent through choice or through the lack of accepting change will not have to wait much longer. Globalization will have an effect [Check spelling--"effect" is a noun, the result of some action (The effect of the weather can be mood changes); "affect" is a verb--it acts on something (Weather is affecting human moods)] on communities regardless if these cultures want to accept changes namely [Place comma before "namely" (and one after it)] much better for society. Today’s nation is transforming culture through the mixtures of culture and the spread of technology. Military Soldiers and Families, not just the American military will have the greatest opportunity to impose the cultural change and the impacts on globalization as the nation becomes a mixture of scrumptious cake batter.
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Lingenfelter 6 Works Cited Lechner, Frank. "The Globlization Website." The Globalization Website. Frank Lechner, n.d. Web. 13 Feb 2013. <http://www.sociology.emory.edu/globalization/issues01.html>. Franklin Foer. “From How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization”. from Inquiry To Academic Writing. 2d [Write out numbers under 10] ed. Greene and Lidinski. Boston. Bedford/St.Martin [If not in a URL, leave a space after the period] ’s Kwame Anthony Appiah. “Moral Disagreement” from Inquiry To Academic Writing. 2d ed. Greene and Lidinski. Boston. Bedford/St. Martin’s Lieber, Robert, and Ruth Weisberg. "Globalization, Culture, and Identities in Crisis." Springer. 16.2 (2012): 273-296. Print. <http://www.jstor.org/stable/20020163>. Ferla, Ruth. "Globalization 101." Popular Culture. The Levin Institute, n.d. Web. 20 Feb 2013. <http://www.globalization101.org/pop-culture/>.
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