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ENGLISH – 2009 Giulia Vincieri – Classe 3I THE GLOBAL SOCIETY
How globalization affects our life: Culture Politics Economics Everyday life
Agents of Globalization: Information technology Mass media
Global exchange of: People Goods Information Ideas
English – A GLOBAL Language Almost 2 billion people 70% of the websites The sciences, technology, business Music, fashion, sports, pop culture
Do you speak English? Fashion Shopping Love Chat Teenager Forever Gossip Skateboard Snowboard I-Pod Mouse Blog MP3 Download Hip-Hop
Effects of globalization
A GLOBAL SOCIETY Giulia Vincieri – Classe 3I
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