Globalization # Essay For IELTS

As mass communication and transport continue to grow, societies are becoming more and more alike leading to a phenomenon known as globalization. Some people fear that globalization will inevitably lead to the loss of cultural identity. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Write at least 250 words.

With coming of globalization the world is surely becoming a global village. With the growth of mass communication and the increased interest of individuals in travelling, people are experiencing different cultures first hand. With this, the borders are getting blurred and individuals are becoming more alike. Although many cherish this phenomenon, there are even fears that people will forget their own identities. However, I believe that it is upon individual to cherish their own identities and no external factor can take it away without your own consent.

With more and more people going abroad for education or jobs, there is no denying that the societies are merging into one. But it must not be forgotten that travel has always led to formation of new societies and this is not a new concept. Even in ancient times, people traveled and settled, taking their own culture with them and forming new cultures. Even more such movement, makes it possible for an individual to become a global citizen, wherein they consider the issues of the world and try to solve them.

However, people rarely do forget their cultural identities. For example-: even though many Indians have settled in Britain after Freedom, they are still recognized as British but whose ancestors are from India. In some cases people they even celebrate their own festivals.

Although people fear globalization, I believe it is positive. With more and more people travelling or settling in different countries, chances are that we all will become united, living as a one whole planet, rather than separated by borders. Even more this cross-cultural interaction can even create new cultures or identities as has happened in the past.

Overall, one never forgets his/her own identity but with globalization people become more tolerant of other people cultures and learn to respect the differences.


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