Countries are becoming more and more similar because people are able to buy the same products anywhere in the world. Do you think this is a positive or negative development

Globalisation has made it feasible for similar products to be seen almost anywhere in the world.The resultant effect is that most nations are becoming similar in every
way
and
this
trend
has both negative and positive ramifications. In my opinion,
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would argue that it is a positive development,
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nd it will be delineated in
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essay. One of the commonest demerits
this
trend
would result in,
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s the loss of a wide variety of cultures. Proponents of
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believe that the presence of similar p
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n the form of goods and services, make people from different parts of the world behave in s
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a similar way
similar ways
way
and manner and,
this
over time will grow into the rubric of the society making people of a certain area lose their
way
of living,
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or example fashion style.As a consequence,
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uture generations would likely miss out the vast range of styles and gestures found in different races.The
way
of dressing
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for example
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n Eastern Nigeria would be lost because would rather dress as westerners than wearing their own cultural regalia. Despite the negative c
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would result in,
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believe there is a positive side to
this
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ne of
such
, is the fact that it helps in unifying people.
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is because people now see themselves as same and equal which in a
way
help to douse the tension created by differences in the
way
of living. Not only
this
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his would make individuals have a taste of p
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the products
that are alien to their culture
such
as food.A case in point, is the fact that Americans can now enjoy Indian meals that are laden with herbs.
This
would not have been possible in the absence of these products in o
thers
not the same one or ones already mentioned or implied
other
part of the world. To conclude,
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here is no doubt that there are negative consequences of
this
trend
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