Before the advent of globalization in developing countries, the main source of occupation for the active members of the population, both men and women, was agriculture.
Globalization and international politics: The collapse of the Soviet Union has led to the US control of the global system and international relations.
In the education field, some of the new communication and information technologies, which are of course linked to the globalization process, have enabled students, researchers and young people in distant and to access ideas and information from the best libraries in the world.
This could lead unenthusiastically to marginalizing many local cultures.
This may have arisen as a result of tax exemptions or reduced tariffs offered by many developing countries in order to encourage foreign investors, or increased proximity to cheap labour and occasionally consumers.
With different specialties and skills, these groups began to trade.
There is no doubt that language has significant impact on cultures and, therefore, the dominance of English could contribute to the emergence of a global and intercontinental culture which may wipe out traditions, customs, and values of many societies and marginalizes their cultures.
Here, competitiveness seems to be unequal and its result under all circumstances remains in favor of the strong and those who control international markets. However, and regardless of our attitudes toward globalization, it is our moral responsibility, as proponents or opponents; individuals or groups; NGOs or governments, to rethink the process of globalization in a manner that enhances its advantages and reduces or eradicates its negatives.
Although the exact impact of globalization on poverty is very difficult to assess, research estimates show that poverty has increased by 82 million, 14 million, and 8 million in sub-Saharan Africa, Europe and Central Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean respectively Globalization and its impact It means different things to different people, but in most cases remain a loose and ill-defined concept.