Is Economic Globalisation beneficial? Regarding the world in which we are living, questions about whether there have been major changes of the world over the past 20 years have emerged. Both developed countries and developing countries have had major changes not only in theirs economics but also in their societies. People have had more job opportunities; that has led to poverty reduction. In addition, the quality of life has also been improved due to many policies of governments such as increasing focus on social security and health care. These big changes are visible in developing countries such as Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries. For instance, Vietnam, a poor country, has had a big change in the economic; a country in which most people primarily engaged in agriculture previously now has many industrial factories. Besides, there have also been other major changes in society, and human life has been greatly improved. Thus, what the causes of those changes are, one of which is Economic Globalisation (EG). EG is a worldwide trend of economic situation in which a country can depend significantly on other countries (EG 2014, P.1). Many partnered countries would supply resources to each other that the other countries do not have. These resources include imported products, technologies, and even human labour. This leads to countries will help mutually to develop. Therefore, EG is beneficial as a result of its advantages being greater than its disadvantages. To begin with, EG brings several disadvantages. First of all, human rights are reduced due to the fact that multinational corporations (MNs) put pressure on poor country governments (EG 2014, P.2). In fact, MNs often look for developing countries where labour is cheap to build their factories in so that they can have high profits (EG 2014, P.2). Nonetheless, as a consequence of both the economic benefits and the strong impact of MNs, those country governments accept some requirements of MNs. For example, these requirements can be reducing taxes, and allow both exploitation of labour and child labour, bad working conditions (EG 2014, P.2). As a result, governments do not have enough money to spend on social security such as health and education (EG 2014, P.2). Thus, the workers not only work in environment health threat but also receive lower wages. However, whether governments attempt to aid their workers, MNs intimidate to go away and build their factories in other countries (EG 2014, P.2). Human rights are virtually unprotected. Next, the environment is effected so seriously that human health is threatened (Collins 2014, P.1). Indeed, when there are many factories rising, environmental pollution is obvious. Also, MNs are likely to cause damages to environmental habitats. For instance, accessing to land and resources at the cost of destroyed forests, mining induced polluting ground water and possible oil spills, or mismanagement of natural resources (EG 2014, P.3). In addition, EG makes natural resources dwindling, deforestation, air and water pollution. On the other hand, there are many advantages that EG makes. The first advantage is that EG fosters economic growth since EG creates not only thousands of jobs but also a competitive market (Collins 2014, P.2). Indeed, EG will decrease the amount of poverty by providing jobs for poor people; it will also result in cheaper prices for everyday items (EG 2014, P.3). Moreover, whenever multiple producers compete for a hold of the economy, that’s a good sign for consumers. For example, the quality of goods and services often goes up as a result; consequently, consumers had more options to choose from. Similarly, with more competitors to fight over market share, each company has to constantly look to improve their goods or services or create more value for their customers. It means better products and sometimes lower prices, which is always a good thing
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direct to my thesis.Does each paragraph have an effective closing that reinforces the main point? Yes, because all of my sentences have main points and show how the main points all fit together. This can be effectively achieved with a thoughtful combination of summary and commentary.Is the essay coherent? Does it flow from beginning to end? My essay flows from beginning to end to tell what the essay is about and the main points of the reasons of why they have similarities. Is the order of the support…
In 1985, I attended a performance of the Mozart Requiem by a community chorus and orchestra in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Part of why I remember that performance to this day is the vivid facial expressions that I could see on some members of the chorus. One older gentleman in particular was striking to watch. I believe he had some sort of medical problem, because his face was in constant motion with small spasmodic twitches. Whatever the feeling was in the music, it was amplified in his facial gestures…
"I’m here because I really feel that every major social movement in this country has come when people get together,” said Carol Sutton of Norwalk, Conn., the president of a teachers’ union. “It begins in the streets.”
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A Main criticism of the film Gallipoli is that the movie has disturbing scenes of nudity and inappropriate swearing that can influence young students. Young students might think it’s normal to do inappropriate behaviour and it’s alright to advertise their body to the world just because it happened in the film. If this movie is viewed by students next year, the movie might change their behaviour. One main scene from the film shows the men swimming in the beach naked, as a man has been…
what path it takes, and how you hold it and release it.
Main Point #1: [complete sentence] First, I will teach you about the curveball.
A. I will first show you what the curveball does.
B. Next, I will show you what path it takes.
C. Finally, I will show you how to hold it and release it.
(Transition – complete sentence) Curve balls are used a lot when you have 2 strikes.
Main Point #2: [complete sentence] Second, I will teach you about the 4 seam and…
would feel. Yes I had the four elements of the introduction. I grabbed the audience's attention with my first sentence. Then I introduced the topic and told them why I am qualified to speak. I explained the benefits of listening and then previewed my main points. I believe my elements were done well.
Based on my topic I believe I chose a good audience for it. I had a pregnant woman, teenagers, adults, seniors, and even some that thought against my topic. The place I chose was my living room with a…
rates in several developed countries. As such these poverty statistics measure inequality rather than material deprivation or hardship. The measurements are usually based on a person's yearly income and frequently take no account of total wealth. The main poverty line used in the OECD and the European Union is based on "economic distance", a level of income set at 60% of the median household income
Characteristics of poverty
One third of deaths – some 18 million people a year or 50,000 per…
1. Main Point #1
1. Elderly abuse and its different forms.
a. Physical Abuse
b. Emotional Abuse
c. Sexual Abuse
e. Financial Exploitation
f. Health care fraud
Transition: Next I want to discuss with you the information gathered for the year 2013.
2. Main Point #2
1. Some of the frightening statistics behind nursing home abuse or neglect
a. 44 percent of nursing home residents have suffered from…