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globalization (U.S.), globalisation (British)
1. To make global or worldwide in scope or application.
2. A modern term used to describe the changes in societies and the world economy that result from dramatically increased international trade and cultural exchange.

It describes the increase of trade and investing due to the falling of barriers and the interdependence of countries.

3. The tendency over time for the nations and citizens of the world to become more closely interconnected, as a result of factors; such as, increased trade and travel, higher rates of immigration, and the spread of mass media including film and television.
4. Any specific instance of the trend; that is, the globalization of the internet from its beginning as a small network in the United States.
(perceptions of China and the Chinese in their actual interrelationships with themselves and the rest of the world; as well as, the potential hazards and perils of their global dominance)
(globalization of the English language as presented from various international perspectives)
(international cheating, defrauding, and dishonesty and their detriments to human progress)
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China: The Country and Its Globalization Perspectives
Perceptions of China and the Chinese in their actual interrelationships with themselves and the rest of the world; as well as, the potential hazards and perils of their global dominance unit.