Words of Martin Luther King:”We must live together as brothers or perish together as fools” can reflect the conceipt of globalisation, which is the main controversy among the sociologists. Globalisation is an issue which frequently generates a great deal of heated debate, whether we should build the One World in which we better undestand our neighbours hopes and dreams or leave it andnot destroy tranquility that people enjoy.
Supporters point out that the increasing integration of countries’ indvidual economies brings the rise int the number of multinational companies. Omnipresence of this international corporations causes that people around the globe are more connected to each other than ever before. Consequently, goods and services produced in one part of the world are increasingly available in all parts of the world.
Another advantage is that globalisation promotes global economic growth and lowers prices for consumers. For example, it provide poor countries, through infusions of foreign capital and technology, with the chance to develop economically and by and by spreading prosperity creates the conditions in which democracy and respect for human rights may flourish. Thus, the existence of democracy leads to toppling undemocratic regimes and a growth in liberal democracies around the world.
One major drawback of the domination of superpowers over the less developed is that trade liberalisation and technological improvements change the economy of a country. It is widely maintained that it can destroy traditional agricultural communities and allow cheap imports of manufactured goods. As a result, the problem arises with the scarcity of essential workers in traditional sectors of the economy and people may not have appropriate skills for the jobs which may be created.
Another negative aspect of globalisation is that multinational institiutions destroy the environment. Picturesque landscapes where nature coexists with the local communicty are destroyed by...