Student 3 Summary In Introduction to the Theme the author writes about the

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Student 3 Summary: In “Introduction to the Theme”, the author writes about the effect of globalization. Humans are inquisitive creatures, and this trait has led them to engage in searching for new ideas. Using the now advanced technologies, people have been trading ideas, products, etc. Globalization, which refers to the changes in cultures and economy worldwide, has different meaning depending on each person.Some people take globalization as a chance to explore and experience various cultures. Whereas, others see globalization as the reason why every culture lost its uniqueness. The demands for the growth of import and export influences everyone globally. To some degree, it causes division between the “haves” and the “have-nots” more than unification. However, this interrelationship can help some to have a better quality of education and living. Also, it attributes to the future condition of life on Earth. Student 4 Haripong Samreth (Harry) Summary: We, humans, are led by our curiosity to come up with a variety of ways to exchange ideas and things with people all over the world. This process continues to this day. With the help of technology, it’s becoming easier to do so on a daily basis. Even if we all agreed that a
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more integrated world serves for all, the meaning of what it is varies from one person to next. To some, it allows them to experience a new set of ideas, cultures, new products, and new traditions. For others, however, they perceive it as a threat because they believe their rich, unique cultures will be lost over time. This also led to the rise in consumerism, as a result of a more globalized world. Some think, it divides us more than unite; widening the inequality gap. While others believe it allows people to receive a higher education, and as a result, it raised the standard of living of many people all over the world. Last but not least, the rise of consumerism will undoubtedly impact the environment. Therefore, our quality of life too. Best Summary We, humans, are led by our curiosity to come up with a variety of ways to exchange ideas and things with people all over the world. This process continues to this day. With the help of technology, it’s becoming easier to do so on a daily basis. Even if we all agreed that a more integrated world serves for all, the meaning of what it is varies from one person to next. To some, it allows them to experience a new set of ideas, cultures, new products, and new traditions. For others, however, they perceive it as a threat because they believe their rich, unique cultures will be lost over time. This also led to the rise in consumerism, as a result of a more globalized world. Some think, it divides us more than unite; widening the inequality gap. While others believe it allows people to receive a higher education, and as a result, it raised the standard of living of many people all over the world. Last but not least, the rise of consumerism will undoubtedly impact the environment. Therefore, our quality of life too.
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Homework Read “Three Techniques for Open Reading” on page 4. Using the open reading techniques, read “Spiritual Perspectives on Globalization” by Ira Rifkin on page 176.
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