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Cultural Integration

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Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood > Poverty, Unemployment, Discrimination
 
Factors affecting cultural integration Recognize that the factors affecting cultural integration include technological change, transnational corporations (TNCs), global media networks, the Internet, tourism, migration and the actions of governments.
Effects of cultural integration Recognize that the effects of cultural integration include homogenized landscapes, economic dominance and dependence, threats to cultural diversity and sovereignty, and shrinking time and space.
Impact of cultural integration on an indigenous population Undertake a detailed investigation of the impact of globalization on the culture of an indigenous population. As a result of this in-depth study, understand the forces leading to changes in this indigenous population and the balance of influences that cause these changes, especially economic, media, tourism, religious and political influences.
 

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