Globalization: A Closer Look
The Gap one of the major clothing companies admitted to outsourcing to third world counties. In doing so that used to have children working in their sweat shops and factories. They have claimed that they have closed down the places that allowed children to work. Global stratification in the local culture I would say that the only positive thing about it would be the company owners get their economical needs met, while the works who job are given to people overseas suffer because not they to have the means to make a ...view middle of the document...
Chinese America: History & Perspectives (2008)”. Out of those people the it a also said that If these trends continue, one out of every ten Chinese American females over the age of sixteen in San Francisco will become unemployed as a result of losses in the garment industry. So I really don’t see any positive effects of Global stratification in the United States.
A lot of these companies are just looking for a cheaper way to make more money. The biggest winner in all this is the Multinational corporations, because they practice outsourcing job in the United States are getting lower and lower. Like in San Francisco a lot of the people are having a heard time to make a living. These company’s don’t want to pay the increasing minimum wage they rather pay people les and keep all the extra in their pocket. This assignment makes me think about the kinds of clothing items, electronics and cars I purchase. To keep job in Americas we should really buy American make productions to keep Americans production going and keep out job secure.
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