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Juleos Magbanua The Effect of Globalization on Philippine Culture This was the speech I delivered in our speech communication class as a final req uirement. I really liked the topic of globalization because it is a very complex yet very relevant concept today. Let me begin by sharing to you two of my friends.
My first friend loves to eat. His favorite food is McDonald s fried chicken. And he always craves for that crisp y and juicy fried chicken with lots of gravy.
He really likes McDonald s that he e ven looks like Ronald. Then, my other friend is more into music. She spends a lo t of time listening music in her 16GB Ipod. And her favorite singer is no less t han Justin Bieber or JB.
Now, can you spot something common on both of them? It s the effects of the process of globalization. This process has affected the way we co mmunicate, we think, we eat, we dress and we live our lives.
In short, globaliza tion has transformed our culture, our Filipino culture. Globalization has become one of the most popular buzzword used by different peop le worldwide. So what is globalization? It is the integration of the economic, p olitical and cultural systems across the globe?
Or is the McDonaldization or, perh aps, Americanization of world culture and United States dominance of world affai rs?
Is globalization good or bad?
These questions would receive very different answers from Washington, Berlin, To kyo, New Delhi, Beijing, Manila and other places worldwide. Indeed, simple answe rs to these questions, answers that people from different walks of life in diffe rent countries would agree on, would be virtually impossible to reach.
But let u s have a balanced and comprehensive definition of globalization. According to Gl obalization And this proc ess has effects on human well-being, on the environment, on economic development and, most importantly, on culture. The Phoenician traders impact on ancient Greek culture, Chinese silk and jars used in pre-historic Philippines and the spread of coffee, chocolate an d tobacco from Latin America to the world are few of the examples of globalizati on of culture.
In today s modern world, globalization has become more complex and pervasive. And this is brought by different factors that have compounded through time.
Among these factors are as follow: The shift to a new mode of production and distribution or, simply, capitalism; improved and cheaper cost of transporta tion and communication; colonization; proliferation of mass media; and recently, the rise of computers.The Impact of Culture on Tourism examines the growing relationship between tourism and culture, and the way in which they have together become major drivers of destination attractiveness and competitiveness.
Based on recent case studies that illustrate the different facets of the relationship between tourism, culture and regional . May 31, · 5- Better awareness in the Philippines of foreign cultures and traditions, needs of tourists etc. Negative impact- 1- Sex tourism, with aged foreigners flocking to the country seeking young women as partners.
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B) the negative impacts of tourism can leads * inflation * leakage * infrastructure and incidental cost * economic dependence Inflation can rise in general level of . Sep 12, · The Positive Impact of Tourism in the Philippines. Better awareness in the Philippines of foreign cultures and traditions, needs of tourists etc.
Negative impact: Sex tourism, with aged foreigners flocking to the country seeking young women as partners. Others come to . The positive and negative effects (impact) of Tourism industry can be classified into the social & cultural impact, economic impact and environmental impact.
Social & cultural impact signifies the impact which it creates in terms of social changes in the lives of local people, improvements in infrastructure, lifestyle changes etc. Jul 08, · Although aboriginal tourism has the aforementioned advantages, some studies also show negative impacts of tourism on indigenous people, including influences on the economy, culture, ecological environment, etc.