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The internet is also a part of globalization where

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missions that were unthinkable in the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. The internet is also a part of globalization where many cultures for multiple countries can easily interact with each other on a daily basis. All wars are part of globalization as the United States is becoming culturally diverse every year through the interaction of Soldiers and citizens of other countries. Globalization broadly refers to the expansion of global linkages, the organization of social life on a global scale, and the growth of a global consciousness, hence to the consolidation of world society. Such an ecumenical definition captures much of what the term commonly means, but its meaning is disputed. It encompasses several large processes; definitions differ in what they emphasize. Globalization is historically complex; definitions vary in the particular driving force they identify. The meaning of the term is itself a topic in global discussion; it may refer to "real" processes, to ideas that justify them, or to a way of thinking about them. The term is not neutral; definitions express different assessments of global change. Among critics of capitalism and global inequality, globalization now has an especially pejorative ring. The .edu suffix means the site is associated with a university or college, which give it credibility. (Greene, Stuart & Lidinsky 136,137) Lechner, Frank. "The Globlization Web Site." The Globlization Web Site. Frank Lechner, n.d. Web. 13 Feb 2013. <http://www.sociology.emory.edu/globalization/issues01.html>.
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