Economic, political and cultural systems integrated together make up Globalization, which revolves around the world. Globalization is surrounded by a lot of arguments which revolves around positive development or the negative development. A positive development on globalization is a possibility of job creation in the developing countries through industrialization. While, on the other hand, globalization is viewed as being negative in that, it causes dictatorship on the developing countries and poor countries. Globalization can cause people to move from their mother land in search for greener pastures this often happens in the developing countries. (Thompson 32).
Moving from your own country to another in search for work will have an effect on their way of leaving. Migrants will leave behind their relatives and their families while they are working in a foreign country. On the other side, most of the migrants are not willing to interact and learn from other people culture. They mostly leave in small villages and interact on how they know each other this has been a major barrier towards adapting with the new environment.
The new comers often raise issues about hostility they receive, they also complain about poor treatment thus limiting their freedom, and they cannot live the way they would like. In addition to that, migrants are faced with communication challenges because of the language barrier. This brings in the question of human rights as a consequence of globalization. (Mc Grew 45).
The developing countries require new industries and cheap labor, on the other side that most of these developed countries are very conservative, and foreigners must learn their language in order to fit in the society and work there. (Thompson 34).
McGrew, Held. Globalization and Cultural Identity (2003, 2nd ed.).
Thompson, Hirst. Globalization and Strategy. New York Press (2000).