What are the factors that enhance globalization in the third world countries?

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Ashley Kannan | Middle School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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In my mind, I think that advances in technology are vitally important in enhancing globalization in lesser developed countries.  The emergence of cellular technology as well as increased access to the world wide web are factors that make the playing field for the globalized game more equitable.  As technology becomes less and less the domain of the privileged view, its democratization will become a factor that enhances globalization in lesser developed countries.  The demands of a globalized workplace are encompassing more nations, as well.  This gives developing nations a greater chance to be competitive in such a setting.  I think that this becomes another reason how and why globalization in these lesser developed countries can become more realized.  In this, the idea of a globalized society is one in which advances in technology and greater expansion of the marketplace are factors that can and will enhance globalization in lesser developed countries, enabling them in to be able to be active contributors to the global economy.

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