Globalisation, capital and woman

Do you know, what have globalisation, capital and woman in common?

Many things…Although we are represented as the winers of globalisation, the reality is totally different. Mostly negative consequences of globalisation aimed at woman, not man

O globalizaciji, kapitalu in ženskah


Globalisation is the process, which begins in the recent history, and it is one of the most praised and also undistricted conseptions in the present time.

Mostly, it means biggest economic and political connection and interacting dependence of the several parts of the world.

Our planet is publically announced as a global village, where you can quickly and cheaply buy stuff from each part of the world.

In public meaning, globalisation means that it is connected with positive feelings and expectations, for example better life, new opportunitys, etc.

People, who affected globalisation, they pictured it to us like a story of success. Besides this, they keep silence about their other visages.

Because globalisation is the process, which is realised by many manners; it can be democratic, but also authoritative; justified and also unjustnessed; forced instead of peacefull.

Difficult definitions about globalisation

In the crowd of definition of the notion of globalisation, there doesnt exist one, which is generally accepted. For sure, it is a many-sided economic, political, cultural, ideologic and psihologic process. The mobility of capital, organisations, ideas and people it takes over a global form and with this, it creates human destiny.

Meanwhile the economic globalisation is getting like more deeper interaction of economies, through the production, trade, financial transactions of banks cooperations of multinational organisations.

We are the witnesses of cultural pluralism and mixing of the different cultures; and this connections between the different nations, should optimistically lead us to better understanding , cooperating and forming of trans.national communities and mixed identities.

Globalisation also have its own sexual dimision; her influences are more painfull for woman than for man.

For woman; on one side, they have more oportunities on the common market, there are more »global woman meshwork« and also this influence is getting more influential.

But on the other side, at the same time we can also confront with the phenomenon of the biggest feministic poverty, with the growth of criminal, corruption, the reduction of the countries expenses for social security, education, health security and at least, there are more aggravating conditions for the realisation of economic and social rights.

The new global policy ; it increases its influence to the individually national economics, as extra, in the sphere of regulation of the global market, employment and educational policy.Globalisation dont enlarge the competition of the markets and the liberalish of the prices, but it also reduced the public sector and stimulate the growth of the privat ones. It slso stimulates foreign input and the production etc.

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3 thoughts on “Globalisation, capital and woman

  1. I agree, that globalization might cause problems like increasing criminal actions and leave less financial resources to public sector, but I can’t agree with the statement, that increasing interactions in global markets won’t induce to liberate prices and enlarge competition. I think history has shown the opposite! Additionally, I did not understand the connection between women’s welfare and globalization, why is globalization more painful for women than for men, if women’s labour market conditions are improving?

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  2. In this cruel world of competition and low price strategies, how can woman from third world country can gain from advantages of job mobility that globalization offers? These women are not skilled enough to be competitive on developed countries labour market and working conditions in her own country are becoming worse due to globalization. Off-shoring companies search for cheap labour and are not interested in providing educational services for their employees. Who gains in globalization? Does it make reach people more reach and poor poorer? Sometimes this all globalization process reminds me a jungle where no rules exist and the strongest survives.

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  3. i agree with the above point about globalisation i think there are both good and bad sides to it. Good being that it reduces cultural barriers making the market more global and people have access to much more and not restricted to the traditional supplies of their own countries, but just as this is an advantage it can also be a negative because as globalisation grows, countries cultural identities fade….will we just become one big homegenious country in the end??
    In relation to the offshoring of companies again there are postives and negatives for example a reduction in jobs in the home country adding to unemployment figures but increased job opportunitys in less developed countries.On the whole i personally think globalisation is a positive thing but ultimatly it is a shame that through the growth of our economys wee loose a little bit of individual cultural identity.

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