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SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES ACCESS TO SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITES WORLD STUDIES - GLOBALISATION DISCUSS WHAT THE MAIN SOCIAL CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE GLOBALISATION ARE INTRODUCTION Global interdependence is and will continue to control the twenty first century What occurs on the other side of the sphere world is already being experienced in the United Kingdom and vice-versa The Global village The New World Order The peace dividend these are all buzzwords of the 1990s that reflected an optimistic outlook for the dawning of the next century Unfortunately it has become obvious that the corner turned did not lead to a smooth road on which racism nationalism and plethora of insular myopic attitudes were put behind us In fact it seems that we have entered a period of time where many of the demons of the Cold War era - whether economic environmental or social - still loom like an ominous cloud on the horizon Presently the combination of wide spread awareness and established academic perspectives the topic of Globalisation has grown prominently following the end of the Cold War in the late 1980s Dowdeswell quotation suggests it brought vast optimism for I Improved international cooperation between cultures and countries II New obligations to support the aims of International organisations in particular the United Nations UN These progressions many people anticipated would incorporate efforts to confront a variety of incessant negative outcomes including economic social and cultural inequalities war human right abuses and environmental degradation and destruction Since then things have become increasingly complex In this discussion on past present and future Globalisation first we analyse the historical foundations of Globalisation the past aspect looking
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