The authors point is that Globalization is a new invented theory but this

The authors point is that globalization is a new

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envelope, even if they did not always understand and the globe’s full breadth.” The author’s point is that Globalization is a new invented theory, but this process has been spreading all over the world by some ancient ancestors. In my own experience, this article reminds me when I was in high school studying about the history of Cambodia. I remember that Cambodia was colonial by France. At that time, the government system, tradition, culture of Cambodia was changed. By contrast, there are a huge flow of western culture into country, which influence Khmer citizens until this day.
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Consequently, today we are still using some France and some public schools still provide a Khmer-France curriculum. Understanding about the movement of people improves my critical thinking which means that the action of people seeking new place to stay or explore new land may bring the visible benefits that they have ever known just like Greek, Romans, Chinese ancestors did. Homework Write a short response to the article “World Publics Welcome Global Trade—But Not Immigration” by Pew Global Attitudes Project (pp. 177-178). Your response should begin with an introduction and a paraphrase (p. 17). The response can be a personal experience, application, or agree/disagree opinion. You will share your response with your group in Book Activity 5. Write a short response to the article “If Poor Get Richer, Does World See Progress?” by Brad Knickerbocker (pp. 185-186). Your response should begin with an introduction and a paraphrase (p. 17). The response can be a personal experience, application, or agree/disagree opinion. You will share your response with your group in Book Activity 5. Using the open reading techniques, read “The Environmental Benefits of Globalization” by John A. Charles (pp. 186-189).
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