Disadvantages of Globalisation

Exploitation of workers, Job loss, World inequality, Economic damages, etc
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This article is about the survey that showed 8 out of 10 French people are against globalisation.

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reuters.com

This article is about the protests against globalisation and why these protests are happening.

Article: "The Growing Revolt Against Globalization" -- Aug.-Sept. '02

impactpress.com

This cartoon emphasises the impact on developing countries, that rich countries only trade with other rich countries, avoiding the poor nations, which will lead to bigger gap between countries.

BLACK OR WHITE?

manusthoughts.blogspot.com.au

This article is about the job loss caused by globalisation. It says 'the rich remain untouchable, but are the middle classes starting to revolt?' which means it is the middle class people who are affected.

We did socialism and capitalism, and we're still in a mess. But there is hope | Deborah Orr

guardian.co.uk

This cartoon illustrates the domino effect that if one country falls, other countries will fall as a consequence.

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aiquattroventi.blogspot.com.au

This blog is about disadvantages of globalisation that may affect future technology and economics. Service offshoring is one of the examples, where a local job can be performed remotely by an offshore worker

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future-econ.blogspot.com.au

It is about the negative effects of globalisation that it increses the number of loafer, lost of cultures, and the difficulty of competition.

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squidoo.com

It is about the oil spills and people in Nigeria suffer through this.

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This video shows the disadvantages of globalisation, such as social irresponsibility and degredation of the environment.

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This is the article about job loss, income inequality and labour market displacement in the US caused by globalisation.

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blogs.cfr.org

Protests about global financial system, tax injustice, and the crisis due to globalisation and their job loss.

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telegraph.co.uk

Oil spills-a crew begins to clean and scrub oil from each rock.-due to globalisation and trade, which is environmental damage.

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archive.sciencewatch.com

It talks about the risk of globalisation and the line graph shows that the risk is increasing dramatically since 2007.

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voxeu.org

This video shows about the Nike sweatshops and exploitation of workers due to globalisation.

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In the cartoon, the man is cleaning and covering the old houses, which represents the developing countries, because of the new apartments. It shows that globalisation makes the gap between the rich and the poor; it accelerated world inequality.

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finntrack.co.uk