Factors that influence globalization
Consumerism in globalization
Although Colombia's interest in strengthening ties with China has been evident in recent governments, the lack of a State policy and strategy, as well as diplomatic weakness, has meant that substantial results have not been achieved. There are shortcomings in the political management that have had repercussions on the lack of dynamism of the links and have an impact on the economic level.
For the development of the research, we adopted theoretical postulates on the relationship between domestic and foreign policy, which explain how domestic phenomena influence the positions that States adopt in their relations with other countries. This vision allows us to establish how Colombia's internal processes, institutional characterization, and the appointment of leaders, among other aspects, have influenced ties with China.
Due to the nature of the study, a qualitative methodology is used, which includes the review of bibliographic and journalistic material, the consultation of official documents and the development of interviews with researchers of the Colombian-Chinese relationship. Statistical data, fundamental to support the objectives of this work, are also collected and cases of countries such as Brazil and Chile are cited, which constitute a reference to know how far Colombia is in its relationship with the Asian giant and what are the steps that still need to be taken.
What are the factors of economic globalization?
The process of economic globalization is characterized by the following factors: It facilitates the commercialization of products among the different countries of the planet. It increases the consumption of goods and services. It promotes specialization.
What is the main objective of globalization?
Globalization is thus a process by which national economies are progressively integrated into the international economy, so that their evolution depends more and more on international markets and less and less on government economic policies.
Globalization and economic inequality
As medical knowledge crosses cultures and borders, brought into contact by trade, conquest, colonialism or religious proselytizing, it has a history of cross-fertilization, reciprocal borrowing and exchange in the fields of theory and therapy. The history of Middle Eastern and Asian scholarly traditions gives a good account of the transfer of knowledge and the transformation of mutually influencing forms of therapeutic knowledge. The dynamism of healing traditions appeared rather late, but has fed numerous publications documenting the reworking of knowledge and therapeutic practices. This thematic dossier contributes to this by focusing on contemporary transnational exchanges and reconstructions occurring in Asian medicines, which are now also established in Western health systems. Globalization provokes encounters between medicines and with new categories of patients, reconfiguring medicinal traditions. Professionals, caught up in these dynamics of globalization and therapeutic particularization, are an integral part of these assemblages that complexify the global and the networks of socio-material influences. If global logics are incarnated in the world of health, they do so in a singular way each time and always anchored in local and diversified processes.
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Desigualdades de la globalización ejemplos
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