The Impact of Globalization on Indigenous Cultures


  • Prof. Henry He Lingnan University, Hong Kong Author


Indigenous Cultures, context of globalization, indigenous communities


This research explores the multifaceted impact of globalization on indigenous cultures around the world. Globalization, characterized by increased interconnectedness and interdependence among nations, has brought about significant changes in economic, social, and cultural domains. Indigenous communities, with their unique cultural heritage and traditional practices, face both opportunities and challenges in the wake of globalization. The study employs a multidisciplinary approach, incorporating perspectives from anthropology, sociology, economics, and cultural studies to analyze the effects of globalization on indigenous cultures. It investigates the ways in which economic globalization, technological advancements, and cultural exchange influence the identities, livelihoods, and social structures of indigenous communities. One major aspect of the research focuses on the economic consequences of globalization for indigenous populations. It examines the integration of indigenous economies into the global market, exploring the impact on traditional subsistence practices, land use, and resource management. The study also considers the role of multinational corporations and government policies in shaping economic relationships within indigenous territories.




How to Cite

The Impact of Globalization on Indigenous Cultures. (2020). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 3(2), 7-12.

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