Angie number 2

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It is also implying that the only use of the internet is to spread anti-globalization. The two men in the cartoon are both against globalization, as in their perspective it brings more cons than pros. This political cartoon is ironic as the two men want to spread anti-globalization all across the planet with the social media platform, which would spread it globally, and that is a form of globalization; spreading ideas globally. The two men are supporters of anarchy, as we can tell from their anarchy website and one of them being in an anarchy protest, they are fighting for anarchy and trying to spread it globally using technology. This shows that the two men think that by causing anarchy, they can escape globalization and being assimilated, as they want to keep their culture, instead of becoming a monoculture. Both of these men are wearing the same type of clothes, which indicates they both follow the same specific culture. As one of the men was in a protest fighting for anarchy, this indicates these two men are not the only supporters of anarchy. The people that were present at the same protest are also trying to stop globalization, as they also don't want to be assimilated, or become a monoculture. The second source is a political cartoon that shows a man standing in the middle of nowhere, whilst holding a sign that says “ Stop globalization now!” this is indicating that the man is not a supporter of globalization and that he was in a protest to stop it. The words on the sign are in capital letters, indicating that this man is being aggressive when delivering his opinion on globalization. There is an arrow pointing at the sign the man is holding with the words” Made in USA” which tells us that the sign is from there, and we can assume that the man also is. This man is wearing clothes to which there are arrows pointing that indicate which places the clothes are from. The clothes he is wearing are all exported from different countries, which is a form of globalization. This man is also wearing a bandana and shades to cover his identity in the protest, this shows that this man does not want to be recognized as a part of this protest, which is what protestors do when they do not fully support what they are protesting for. This cartoon is also very ironic as the man that is against globalization is wearing clothes from other countries. This indicates that he is a part of globalization as he was impacted by it without him realizing it, yet he had the option of buying these different clothes, which indicated he was acculturated. The cartoon is indicating that the man is getting assimilated by all other cultures, and is losing the sense of his own original identity. He also cannot represent his own culture anymore as he is representing globalization with his clothes from different countries around the world, and this source is implying that it is a negative thing to be impacted by globalization; yet as it is one of the biggest factors of the world nowadays, whether you are a supporter of globalization or not it will still impact you, as it did to this man. The third source is a quote that says “ It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” this quote is implying that globalization is something inevitable. That no matter how hard you try to stop it, no one will be able to as it is a form of this planet, just like all its impacts. The speaker of the poem is trying to say that how hard you try to escape being assimilated, acculturated, becoming a monoculture, or any other globalization effect, that you will not be able to escape its impacts. It is comparing it to gravity, as gravity helps construct the planet and make it the way it is now. No matter how hard anyone tries to stop gravity, it will still be impossible to do so; and that is what the speaker of this quote is trying to indicate. This first source is a cartoon that shows two men dressed in hipster like-clothes. One of the men is sitting down, looking at a computer screen where we can see the symbol “A”. The other man is standing up and looking at the computer screen while holding a sign that says “Anarchy” which indicates that he just came back from a protest, where he was fighting for anarchy. That poster has the same “A” symbol that we see on the computer screen, which means that the website the first man is on, is supporting anarchy. On the bottom of the cartoon, there is a quote that says “ The internet means we can organize anti-globalization demos across the planet.” This quote is implying that the two men want to spread anti-globalization using the internet, as everyone has access to it all over the world. It is also implying that the only use of the internet is to spread anti-globalization. The two men in the cartoon are both against globalization, as in their perspective it brings more cons than pros. This political cartoon is ironic as the two men want to spread anti-globalization all across the planet with the social media platform, which would spread it globally, and that is a form of globalization; spreading ideas globally. The two men are supporters of anarchy, as we can tell from their anarchy website and one of them being in an anarchy protest, they are fighting for anarchy and trying to spread it globally using technology. This shows that the two men think that by causing anarchy, they can escape globalization and being assimilated, as they want to keep their culture, instead of becoming a monoculture. Both of these men are wearing the same type of clothes, which indicates they both follow the same specific culture. As one of the men was in a protest fighting for anarchy, this indicates these two men are not the only supporters of anarchy. The people that were present at the same protest are also trying to stop globalization, as they also don't want to be assimilated, or become a monoculture. The second source is a political cartoon that shows a man standing in the middle of nowhere, whilst holding a sign that says “ Stop globalization now!” this is indicating that the man is not a supporter of globalization and that he was in a protest to stop it. The words on the sign are in capital letters, indicating that this man is being aggressive when delivering his opinion on globalization. There is an arrow pointing at the sign the man is holding with the words” Made in USA” which tells us that the sign is from there, and we can assume that the man also is. This man is wearing clothes to which there are arrows pointing that indicate which places the clothes are from. The clothes he is wearing are all exported from different countries, which is a form of globalization. This man is also wearing a bandana and shades to cover his identity in the protest, this shows that this man does not want to be recognized as a part of this protest, which is what protestors do when they do not fully support what they are protesting for. This cartoon is also very ironic as the man that is against globalization is wearing clothes from other countries. This indicates that he is a part of globalization as he was impacted by it without him realizing it, yet he had the option of buying these different clothes, which indicated he was acculturated. The cartoon is indicating that the man is getting assimilated by all other cultures, and is losing the sense of his own original identity. He also cannot represent his own culture anymore as he is representing globalization with his clothes from different countries around the world, and this source is implying that it is a negative thing to be impacted by globalization; yet as it is one of the biggest factors of the world nowadays, whether you are a supporter of globalization or not it will still impact you, as it did to this man. The third source is a quote that says “ It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” this quote is implying that globalization is something inevitable. That no matter how hard you try to stop it, no one will be able to as it is a form of this planet, just like all its impacts. The speaker of the poem is trying to say that how hard you try to escape being assimilated, acculturated, becoming a monoculture, or any other globalization effect, that you will not be able to escape its impacts. It is comparing it to gravity, as gravity helps construct the planet and make it the way it is now. No matter how hard anyone tries to stop gravity, it will still be impossible to do so; and that is what the speaker of this quote is trying to indicate. This first source is a cartoon that shows two men dressed in hipster like-clothes. One of the men is sitting down, looking at a computer screen where we can see the symbol “A”. The other man is standing up and looking at the computer screen while holding a sign that says “Anarchy” which indicates that he just came back from a protest, where he was fighting for anarchy. That poster has the same “A” symbol that we see on the computer screen, which means that the website the first man is on, is supporting anarchy. On the bottom of the cartoon, there is a quote that says “ The internet means we can organize anti-globalization demos across the planet.” This quote is implying that the two men want to spread anti-globalization using the internet, as everyone has access to it all over the world. It is also implying that the only use of the internet is to spread anti-globalization. The two men in the cartoon are both against globalization, as in their perspective it brings more cons than pros. This political cartoon is ironic as the two men want to spread anti-globalization all across the planet with the social media platform, which would spread it globally, and that is a form of globalization; spreading ideas globally. The two men are supporters of anarchy, as we can tell from their anarchy website and one of them being in an anarchy protest, they are fighting for anarchy and trying to spread it globally using technology. This shows that the two men think that by causing anarchy, they can escape globalization and being assimilated, as they want to keep their culture, instead of becoming a monoculture. Both of these men are wearing the same type of clothes, which indicates they both follow the same specific culture. As one of the men was in a protest fighting for anarchy, this indicates these two men are not the only supporters of anarchy. The people that were present at the same protest are also trying to stop globalization, as they also don't want to be assimilated, or become a monoculture. The second source is a political cartoon that shows a man standing in the middle of nowhere, whilst holding a sign that says “ Stop globalization now!” this is indicating that the man is not a supporter of globalization and that he was in a protest to stop it. The words on the sign are in capital letters, indicating that this man is being aggressive when delivering his opinion on globalization. There is an arrow pointing at the sign the man is holding with the words” Made in USA” which tells us that the sign is from there, and we can assume that the man also is. This man is wearing clothes to which there are arrows pointing that indicate which places the clothes are from. The clothes he is wearing are all exported from different countries, which is a form of globalization. This man is also wearing a bandana and shades to cover his identity in the protest, this shows that this man does not want to be recognized as a part of this protest, which is what protestors do when they do not fully support what they are protesting for. This cartoon is also very ironic as the man that is against globalization is wearing clothes from other countries. This indicates that he is a part of globalization as he was impacted by it without him realizing it, yet he had the option of buying these different clothes, which indicated he was acculturated. The cartoon is indicating that the man is getting assimilated by all other cultures, and is losing the sense of his own original identity. He also cannot represent his own culture anymore as he is representing globalization with his clothes from different countries around the world, and this source is implying that it is a negative thing to be impacted by globalization; yet as it is one of the biggest factors of the world nowadays, whether you are a supporter of globalization or not it will still impact you, as it did to this man. The third source is a quote that says “ It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” this quote is implying that globalization is something inevitable. That no matter how hard you try to stop it, no one will be able to as it is a form of this planet, just like all its impacts. The speaker of the poem is trying to say that how hard you try to escape being assimilated, acculturated, becoming a monoculture, or any other globalization effect, that you will not be able to escape its impacts. It is comparing it to gravity, as gravity helps construct the planet and make it the way it is now. No matter how hard anyone tries to stop gravity, it will still be impossible to do so; and that is what the speaker of this quote is trying to indicate. This first source is a cartoon that shows two men dressed in hipster like-clothes. One of the men is sitting down, looking at a computer screen where we can see the symbol “A”. The other man is standing up and looking at the computer screen while holding a sign that says “Anarchy” which indicates that he just came back from a protest, where he was fighting for anarchy. That poster has the same “A” symbol that we see on the computer screen, which means that the website the first man is on, is supporting anarchy. On the bottom of the cartoon, there is a quote that says “ The internet means we can organize anti-globalization demos across the planet.” This quote is implying that the two men want to spread anti-globalization using the internet, as everyone has access to it all over the world. It is also implying that the only use of the internet is to spread anti-globalization. The two men in the cartoon are both against globalization, as in their perspective it brings more cons than pros. This political cartoon is ironic as the two men want to spread anti-globalization all across the planet with the social media platform, which would spread it globally, and that is a form of globalization; spreading ideas globally. The two men are supporters of anarchy, as we can tell from their anarchy website and one of them being in an anarchy protest, they are fighting for anarchy and trying to spread it globally using technology. This shows that the two men think that by causing anarchy, they can escape globalization and being assimilated, as they want to keep their culture, instead of becoming a monoculture. Both of these men are wearing the same type of clothes, which indicates they both follow the same specific culture. As one of the men was in a protest fighting for anarchy, this indicates these two men are not the only supporters of anarchy. The people that were present at the same protest are also trying to stop globalization, as they also don't want to be assimilated, or become a monoculture. The second source is a political cartoon that shows a man standing in the middle of nowhere, whilst holding a sign that says “ Stop globalization now!” this is indicating that the man is not a supporter of globalization and that he was in a protest to stop it. The words on the sign are in capital letters, indicating that this man is being aggressive when delivering his opinion on globalization. There is an arrow pointing at the sign the man is holding with the words” Made in USA” which tells us that the sign is from there, and we can assume that the man also is. This man is wearing clothes to which there are arrows pointing that indicate which places the clothes are from. The clothes he is wearing are all exported from different countries, which is a form of globalization. This man is also wearing a bandana and shades to cover his identity in the protest, this shows that this man does not want to be recognized as a part of this protest, which is what protestors do when they do not fully support what they are protesting for. This cartoon is also very ironic as the man that is against globalization is wearing clothes from other countries. This indicates that he is a part of globalization as he was impacted by it without him realizing it, yet he had the option of buying these different clothes, which indicated he was acculturated. The cartoon is indicating that the man is getting assimilated by all other cultures, and is losing the sense of his own original identity. He also cannot represent his own culture anymore as he is representing globalization with his clothes from different countries around the world, and this source is implying that it is a negative thing to be impacted by globalization; yet as it is one of the biggest factors of the world nowadays, whether you are a supporter of globalization or not it will still impact you, as it did to this man. The third source is a quote that says “ It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” this quote is implying that globalization is something inevitable. That no matter how hard you try to stop it, no one will be able to as it is a form of this planet, just like all its impacts. The speaker of the poem is trying to say that how hard you try to escape being assimilated, acculturated, becoming a monoculture, or any other globalization effect, that you will not be able to escape its impacts. It is comparing it to gravity, as gravity helps construct the planet and make it the way it is now. No matter how hard anyone tries to stop gravity, it will still be impossible to do so; and that is what the speaker of this quote is trying to indicate. This first source is a cartoon that shows two men dressed in hipster like-clothes. One of the men is sitting down, looking at a computer screen where we can see the symbol “A”. The other man is standing up and looking at the computer screen while holding a sign that says “Anarchy” which indicates that he just came back from a protest, where he was fighting for anarchy. That poster has the same “A” symbol that we see on the computer screen, which means that the website the first man is on, is supporting anarchy. On the bottom of the cartoon, there is a quote that says “ The internet means we can organize anti-globalization demos across the planet.” This quote is implying that the two men want to spread anti-globalization using the internet, as everyone has access to it all over the world. It is also implying that the only use of the internet is to spread anti-globalization. The two men in the cartoon are both against globalization, as in their perspective it brings more cons than pros. This political cartoon is ironic as the two men want to spread anti-globalization all across the planet with the social media platform, which would spread it globally, and that is a form of globalization; spreading ideas globally. The two men are supporters of anarchy, as we can tell from their anarchy website and one of them being in an anarchy protest, they are fighting for anarchy and trying to spread it globally using technology. This shows that the two men think that by causing anarchy, they can escape globalization and being assimilated, as they want to keep their culture, instead of becoming a monoculture. Both of these men are wearing the same type of clothes, which indicates they both follow the same specific culture. As one of the men was in a protest fighting for anarchy, this indicates these two men are not the only supporters of anarchy. The people that were present at the same protest are also trying to stop globalization, as they also don't want to be assimilated, or become a monoculture. The second source is a political cartoon that shows a man standing in the middle of nowhere, whilst holding a sign that says “ Stop globalization now!” this is indicating that the man is not a supporter of globalization and that he was in a protest to stop it. The words on the sign are in capital letters, indicating that this man is being aggressive when delivering his opinion on globalization. There is an arrow pointing at the sign the man is holding with the words” Made in USA” which tells us that the sign is from there, and we can assume that the man also is. This man is wearing clothes to which there are arrows pointing that indicate which places the clothes are from. The clothes he is wearing are all exported from different countries, which is a form of globalization. This man is also wearing a bandana and shades to cover his identity in the protest, this shows that this man does not want to be recognized as a part of this protest, which is what protestors do when they do not fully support what they are protesting for. This cartoon is also very ironic as the man that is against globalization is wearing clothes from other countries. This indicates that he is a part of globalization as he was impacted by it without him realizing it, yet he had the option of buying these different clothes, which indicated he was acculturated. The cartoon is indicating that the man is getting assimilated by all other cultures, and is losing the sense of his own original identity. He also cannot represent his own culture anymore as he is representing globalization with his clothes from different countries around the world, and this source is implying that it is a negative thing to be impacted by globalization; yet as it is one of the biggest factors of the world nowadays, whether you are a supporter of globalization or not it will still impact you, as it did to this man. The third source is a quote that says “ It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” this quote is implying that globalization is something inevitable. That no matter how hard you try to stop it, no one will be able to as it is a form of this planet, just like all its impacts. The speaker of the poem is trying to say that how hard you try to escape being assimilated, acculturated, becoming a monoculture, or any other globalization effect, that you will not be able to escape its impacts. It is comparing it to gravity, as gravity helps construct the planet and make it the way it is now. No matter how hard anyone tries to stop gravity, it will still be impossible to do so; and that is what the speaker of this quote is trying to indicate. This first source is a cartoon that shows two men dressed in hipster like-clothes. One of the men is sitting down, looking at a computer screen where we can see the symbol “A”. The other man is standing up and looking at the computer screen while holding a sign that says “Anarchy” which indicates that he just came back from a protest, where he was fighting for anarchy. That poster has the same “A” symbol that we see on the computer screen, which means that the website the first man is on, is supporting anarchy. On the bottom of the cartoon, there is a quote that says “ The internet means we can organize anti-globalization demos across the planet.” This quote is implying that the two men want to spread anti-globalization using the internet, as everyone has access to it all over the world. It is also implying that the only use of the internet is to spread anti-globalization. The two men in the cartoon are both against globalization, as in their perspective it brings more cons than pros. This political cartoon is ironic as the two men want to spread anti-globalization all across the planet with the social media platform, which would spread it globally, and that is a form of globalization; spreading ideas globally. The two men are supporters of anarchy, as we can tell from their anarchy website and one of them being in an anarchy protest, they are fighting for anarchy and trying to spread it globally using technology. This shows that the two men think that by causing anarchy, they can escape globalization and being assimilated, as they want to keep their culture, instead of becoming a monoculture. Both of these men are wearing the same type of clothes, which indicates they both follow the same specific culture. As one of the men was in a protest fighting for anarchy, this indicates these two men are not the only supporters of anarchy. The people that were present at the same protest are also trying to stop globalization, as they also don't want to be assimilated, or become a monoculture. The second source is a political cartoon that shows a man standing in the middle of nowhere, whilst holding a sign that says “ Stop globalization now!” this is indicating that the man is not a supporter of globalization and that he was in a protest to stop it. The words on the sign are in capital letters, indicating that this man is being aggressive when delivering his opinion on globalization. There is an arrow pointing at the sign the man is holding with the words” Made in USA” which tells us that the sign is from there, and we can assume that the man also is. This man is wearing clothes to which there are arrows pointing that indicate which places the clothes are from. The clothes he is wearing are all exported from different countries, which is a form of globalization. This man is also wearing a bandana and shades to cover his identity in the protest, this shows that this man does not want to be recognized as a part of this protest, which is what protestors do when they do not fully support what they are protesting for. This cartoon is also very ironic as the man that is against globalization is wearing clothes from other countries. This indicates that he is a part of globalization as he was impacted by it without him realizing it, yet he had the option of buying these different clothes, which indicated he was acculturated. The cartoon is indicating that the man is getting assimilated by all other cultures, and is losing the sense of his own original identity. He also cannot represent his own culture anymore as he is representing globalization with his clothes from different countries around the world, and this source is implying that it is a negative thing to be impacted by globalization; yet as it is one of the biggest factors of the world nowadays, whether you are a supporter of globalization or not it will still impact you, as it did to this man. The third source is a quote that says “ It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” this quote is implying that globalization is something inevitable. That no matter how hard you try to stop it, no one will be able to as it is a form of this planet, just like all its impacts. The speaker of the poem is trying to say that how hard you try to escape being assimilated, acculturated, becoming a monoculture, or any other globalization effect, that you will not be able to escape its impacts. It is comparing it to gravity, as gravity helps construct the planet and make it the way it is now. No matter how hard anyone tries to stop gravity, it will still be impossible to do so; and that is what the speaker of this quote is trying to indicate. This first source is a cartoon that shows two men dressed in hipster like-clothes. One of the men is sitting down, looking at a computer screen where we can see the symbol “A”. The other man is standing up and looking at the computer screen while holding a sign that says “Anarchy” which indicates that he just came back from a protest, where he was fighting for anarchy. That poster has the same “A” symbol that we see on the computer screen, which means that the website the first man is on, is supporting anarchy. On the bottom of the cartoon, there is a quote that says “ The internet means we can organize anti-globalization demos across the planet.” This quote is implying that the two men want to spread anti-globalization using the internet, as everyone has access to it all over the world. It is also implying that the only use of the internet is to spread anti-globalization. The two men in the cartoon are both against globalization, as in their perspective it brings more cons than pros. This political cartoon is ironic as the two men want to spread anti-globalization all across the planet with the social media platform, which would spread it globally, and that is a form of globalization; spreading ideas globally. The two men are supporters of anarchy, as we can tell from their anarchy website and one of them being in an anarchy protest, they are fighting for anarchy and trying to spread it globally using technology. This shows that the two men think that by causing anarchy, they can escape globalization and being assimilated, as they want to keep their culture, instead of becoming a monoculture. Both of these men are wearing the same type of clothes, which indicates they both follow the same specific culture. As one of the men was in a protest fighting for anarchy, this indicates these two men are not the only supporters of anarchy. The people that were present at the same protest are also trying to stop globalization, as they also don't want to be assimilated, or become a monoculture. The second source is a political cartoon that shows a man standing in the middle of nowhere, whilst holding a sign that says “ Stop globalization now!” this is indicating that the man is not a supporter of globalization and that he was in a protest to stop it. The words on the sign are in capital letters, indicating that this man is being aggressive when delivering his opinion on globalization. There is an arrow pointing at the sign the man is holding with the words” Made in USA” which tells us that the sign is from there, and we can assume that the man also is. This man is wearing clothes to which there are arrows pointing that indicate which places the clothes are from. The clothes he is wearing are all exported from different countries, which is a form of globalization. This man is also wearing a bandana and shades to cover his identity in the protest, this shows that this man does not want to be recognized as a part of this protest, which is what protestors do when they do not fully support what they are protesting for. This cartoon is also very ironic as the man that is against globalization is wearing clothes from other countries. This indicates that he is a part of globalization as he was impacted by it without him realizing it, yet he had the option of buying these different clothes, which indicated he was acculturated. The cartoon is indicating that the man is getting assimilated by all other cultures, and is losing the sense of his own original identity. He also cannot represent his own culture anymore as he is representing globalization with his clothes from different countries around the world, and this source is implying that it is a negative thing to be impacted by globalization; yet as it is one of the biggest factors of the world nowadays, whether you are a supporter of globalization or not it will still impact you, as it did to this man. The third source is a quote that says “ It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” this quote is implying that globalization is something inevitable. That no matter how hard you try to stop it, no one will be able to as it is a form of this planet, just like all its impacts. The speaker of the poem is trying to say that how hard you try to escape being assimilated, acculturated, becoming a monoculture, or any other globalization effect, that you will not be able to escape its impacts. It is comparing it to gravity, as gravity helps construct the planet and make it the way it is now. No matter how hard anyone tries to stop gravity, it will still be impossible to do so; and that is what the speaker of this quote is trying to indicate. This first source is a cartoon that shows two men dressed in hipster like-clothes. One of the men is sitting down, looking at a computer screen where we can see the symbol “A”. The other man is standing up and looking at the computer screen while holding a sign that says “Anarchy” which indicates that he just came back from a protest, where he was fighting for anarchy. That poster has the same “A” symbol that we see on the computer screen, which means that the website the first man is on, is supporting anarchy. On the bottom of the cartoon, there is a quote that says “ The internet means we can organize anti-globalization demos across the planet.” This quote is implying that the two men want to spread anti-globalization using the internet, as everyone has access to it all over the world. It is also implying that the only use of the internet is to spread anti-globalization. The two men in the cartoon are both against globalization, as in their perspective it brings more cons than pros. This political cartoon is ironic as the two men want to spread anti-globalization all across the planet with the social media platform, which would spread it globally, and that is a form of globalization; spreading ideas globally. The two men are supporters of anarchy, as we can tell from their anarchy website and one of them being in an anarchy protest, they are fighting for anarchy and trying to spread it globally using technology. This shows that the two men think that by causing anarchy, they can escape globalization and being assimilated, as they want to keep their culture, instead of becoming a monoculture. Both of these men are wearing the same type of clothes, which indicates they both follow the same specific culture. As one of the men was in a protest fighting for anarchy, this indicates these two men are not the only supporters of anarchy. The people that were present at the same protest are also trying to stop globalization, as they also don't want to be assimilated, or become a monoculture. The second source is a political cartoon that shows a man standing in the middle of nowhere, whilst holding a sign that says “ Stop globalization now!” this is indicating that the man is not a supporter of globalization and that he was in a protest to stop it. The words on the sign are in capital letters, indicating that this man is being aggressive when delivering his opinion on globalization. There is an arrow pointing at the sign the man is holding with the words” Made in USA” which tells us that the sign is from there, and we can assume that the man also is. This man is wearing clothes to which there are arrows pointing that indicate which places the clothes are from. The clothes he is wearing are all exported from different countries, which is a form of globalization. This man is also wearing a bandana and shades to cover his identity in the protest, this shows that this man does not want to be recognized as a part of this protest, which is what protestors do when they do not fully support what they are protesting for. This cartoon is also very ironic as the man that is against globalization is wearing clothes from other countries. This indicates that he is a part of globalization as he was impacted by it without him realizing it, yet he had the option of buying these different clothes, which indicated he was acculturated. The cartoon is indicating that the man is getting assimilated by all other cultures, and is losing the sense of his own original identity. He also cannot represent his own culture anymore as he is representing globalization with his clothes from different countries around the world, and this source is implying that it is a negative thing to be impacted by globalization; yet as it is one of the biggest factors of the world nowadays, whether you are a supporter of globalization or not it will still impact you, as it did to this man. The third source is a quote that says “ It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” this quote is implying that globalization is something inevitable. That no matter how hard you try to stop it, no one will be able to as it is a form of this planet, just like all its impacts. The speaker of the poem is trying to say that how hard you try to escape being assimilated, acculturated, becoming a monoculture, or any other globalization effect, that you will not be able to escape its impacts. It is comparing it to gravity, as gravity helps construct the planet and make it the way it is now. No matter how hard anyone tries to stop gravity, it will still be impossible to do so; and that is what the speaker of this quote is trying to indicate.

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