Sociology With The Emergence Of Term Paper

Length: 6 pages Sources: 1+ Subject: Sociology Type: Term Paper Paper: #63925884 Related Topics: Positivism, Sociology, Postmodernism, Karl Marx
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Take as an example McDonald's venture to extend its business operations in countries within the Asian region. Through globalization, the company has learned to adapt to the culture of the country it invests in. Examples of such adjustments are the introduction of rice in most of the meal offerings of McDonald's in the Philippines, inclusion of spicy foods in McDonald's menus in India, and the establishment of large McDonald's buildings in China in order...


These are examples of companies' conscious effort to recognize globalization and its principles.


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