Sunday, May 16, 2010

Cultural Globalization

By drawing previously isolated, autarkic, or otherwise independent communities into the global economy, it tends to lead to increased diversity within cultures at the expense of diversity between cultures. You can get sushi in Montreal and poutine in Tokyo, but the result is that serious “otherness” becomes harder to find around the planet even as our own countries and our immediate surroundings become increasingly diverse.

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