International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Political Science | Somalia | Volume 11 Issue 9, September 2022

Globalization Impact on Somalia, Looking Positive and Negative

Abdulkadir Mohamed Diesow [2] | Omar Abdi Mohamed Qasaye [15]

Abstract: This paper examines the impacts of globalization on Somalia. Globalization, in our judgment opinions refers that as the spreading movements and influences such as ideas, concepts, knowledge, ethics and technology as well as behaviors across earlier barriers ethnic, linguistic, cultural, religious, political or environmental. We believe that the globalization is not just a homogenizing and integrating force, but divides and fragments societies as well. Globalization creates differences. The inconsistency of the process is causing disparities within countries, regions, and communities. It is also causing income disparity and instability. Financial and political crises are spreading quickly throughout the area of the planet, and crime, health threats, and environmental degradation are increasing on a previously unfamiliar scale. People are affected differently by globalization, and they react in a variety of ways, it is crucial to recognize that globalization has had both direct and indirect effects on Somalia, the most affected of which has been the civil war, which has caused severe internal conflicts and widespread poverty. Other direct effects include colonialism, foreign aid, imposed ideologies, telecommunications, and the spread of new cultures. According to our calculation, globalization affects every society's economic, social, and political aspects. Numerous aspects of society have been positively and negatively impacted by globalization. This paper discovered the negative and positive trends globalization has had on the Somali society.

Keywords: Globalization

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 9, September 2022,

Pages: 1184 - 1188

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