Globalization

October 31, 2016

Impacts of Globalization on Indian Economy

Globalization is seen as a process defining the growing interdependence between various economies of the world. The term is also used specifically for economic globalisation which stands for aligning regional economies with the global economies through the vehicle of trade,…

October 31, 2016

Impacts of Globalization on Aged Population of India

Globalization along with industrialisation, urbanization and technological changes has affected all segments of population including aged persons everywhere. The positive and negative impacts of Globalization on older people can be summarized as follows: Positive Impacts Healthcare This is one of…

October 31, 2016

Impacts of Globalization on Religion

Religion and globalisation have always shared a relation of struggle and conflict. Globalisation has generally been linked with economic and political interdependence which ultimately has brought people closer and effect of no event is isolated but is felt in far-off…

October 31, 2016

Impacts of Globalization on Higher Education

The higher education structure in India has served as both agent and object of the globalization and impacts of Globalization on it are immense and diverse, encompassing positive and negative changes. Globalization has not only underlined the need for higher…

October 30, 2016

Impacts of Globalisation upon Children

Children are the future of every nation, yet they form one of the most vulnerable sections of the society. Childhood is a fragile phase where one needs proper care along with accurate guidance at every step to be able to…

October 5, 2015

What is Alter-globalisation?

Alter-globalisation stands for alternative globalisation. It is a social movement that seeks to retain and preserve the positive aspects of globalisation while simultaneously doing away with the negative effects of globalisation. Simply put, it aims to make popular a better…

January 31, 2015

Effects of globalization on women in India

Over the ages, women in India have faced the problems such as patriarchy and social pressure; caste based discrimination and social restrictions; inadequate access to productive resources; poverty; insufficient facilities for advancement; powerlessness and exclusion etc. However, the new circumstances…