Globalisation in Cultural Identity

Keywords: Globalization, Cultural Identity, Language, Religion, Culture


Globalisation allows all human beings in many countries to gain easier access to foreign knowledge and also helps to spread the knowledge and technology across the world. Globalisation is how the world has been made more connected with trade and technology and become more inter dependent place. Cultural Identity is a component of every single human’s identity which are specific, distinct identities of people to that particular region. Culture is universal one to all types of people which shares knowledge, practices, beliefs, and rituals that are transmitted socially. Culture is a strong and important element in the life style of human. Gender identity in culture influences dress code, profession, manner of approach to things, personal relationships and so on. Language is the essential and main constituent of Culture. Culture shapes the language on the other hand the language reflects the culture.

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