The Culture Globalization

Serafimovska, Simona and Kamceva Panova, Lidija (2024) The Culture Globalization. Knowledge International Journal, 62.5 (5). pp. 587-590. ISSN 2545-4439

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Abstract: As an aspect of globalization, migration involves the movement of people from one nation or location to
another. These types of movements are for several reasons, but culture becomes one critical aspect to consider. This
is because different countries have different beliefs, norm systems, ways of working, food and religious systems.
When these people come together, the natives are likely to learn more about the immigrant culture and vice versa.
Therefore, this paper tries to consider the pros and cons that come with cultural globalization, basing the arguments
on the migration aspect. It should be emphasized here that the globalization of forced migration, which has recently
been particularly characteristic of the countries of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe towards the European Union,
carries with it a risk for the countries of the European Union, but also a huge potential of intellect, culture and
education. That type of mainly young intellectuals not only raise the economy in those countries but also modernize
the multiculturalism and tradition that they bring with them. modern migrants a large percentage of the forced
migration of several million people from Ukraine, then from the countries of the Western Balkans and of course
from Africa. North Macedonia is not excluded from this trend, which as a multinational and multicultural
community annually produces about 12,000 migrants, mainly in the countries of the European Union and a small
part in the USA. Our research was conducted through the UNESCO office in the Ministry of Culture of the Republic
of North Macedonia and the Statistics Office.Fluctuation on a daily and annual basis was the focus of our research,
as was the affiliation of the fluctuating body.
A methodological approach allowed a comparison with
multiculturalism and globalization at the European and world levels.
Keywords: culture, migration, sustainable, east European country, multinationals

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Humanities > Languages and literature
Divisions: Faculty of Philology
Depositing User: Simona Serafimovska
Date Deposited: 01 Mar 2024 10:24
Last Modified: 01 Mar 2024 10:24

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