Tag: CulturalIdentity

The Dark Side of Globalization: Cultural Loss and Exploitation

Despite its potential benefits, globalization ultimately leads to negative consequences, including loss of cultural identity and exploitation of developing countries, making it a harmful force in the world economy. The term “globalization” refers to the fast and continuously deepening connections among the world’s markets and businesses. It is frequently spoken of as a wonderful thing—a …

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Protecting the Iconic Kiwi: Conservation Efforts for New Zealand’s Biodiversity

The New Zealand Kiwi bird is a vital symbol of the country’s unique biodiversity and cultural identity, but its survival is threatened by human activities and environmental changes, making it imperative for conservation efforts to be implemented. The kiwi bird is one of New Zealand’s most treasured national symbols. It represents more than the nation’s …

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