Cultural Preservation in the Face of Globalization


  • Prof. Jason Lam Lingnan University, Hong Kong Author


Cultural Preservation, cultural diversity, practitioners engaged


As the world becomes increasingly interconnected through globalization, diverse cultures face the challenges of preserving their unique identities. This abstract explores the complex dynamics between globalization and cultural preservation, highlighting the tensions and synergies that arise. The study delves into the impact of economic, technological, and sociopolitical forces on traditional practices, languages, and heritage. It investigates various strategies employed by communities, governments, and organizations to safeguard their cultural assets in the wake of globalization. The research employs a multidisciplinary approach, drawing on anthropology, sociology, economics, and cultural studies to analyze the multifaceted dimensions of this phenomenon. It examines case studies from different regions, exploring successful models of cultural preservation and the factors that contribute to their effectiveness. Additionally, the study investigates instances where globalization poses a threat to cultural diversity, leading to the erosion of traditions and the homogenization of societies.




How to Cite

Cultural Preservation in the Face of Globalization. (2021). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 4(1), 27-32.

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