use globalisation in a sentence.
That's the eventual result of globalisation, yes.
It's called globalisation, and you're just gonna have to deal with it...
The Yes Men are about more fundamental issues than some measly symptom of globalisation happening to the people who benefit the most from it.
In the begining globalisation was about information and tech.
You can't equalize level of life without social rights and globalisation don't push for that (especially in the US where globalisation is mistaken for global free-market).
I'd deploy this more if the copy weren't aimed solely at Australians; which it shouldn't be as globalisation means if you're not an Australian, Australia is just a test-case for wherever you happen to be.
So you really think in a time of globalisation and opening markets, a country will suddenly become an island because people are too poor to travel?
It's not much of a paradox but something that capitalists said that globalisation allows a huge demand for workers in developing countries until the workers can demand developed world wages.
What was the state of globalisation with respect to arranging businesses to minimise tax at the time of that comment?
Just what is the cause of globalisation given the current political & economic climate?
I believe your parent was arguing that vaccines facilitate travel and that globalisation is anathema to monoculture.
My personal opinion is that with the rise of globalisation and non-native English's prevalence on the internet, any use of language that is understandable and unambiguous is good enough for discourse.
Wouldn't this just be an adjustment to something that occurred due to lack of free trade and globalisation/ ease of communication in the past?