Because of globalization, I can watch BBC on the television from America.
Soccer is played all around the world and I can watch international games between different countries.
Globalization affects the average person's cultural experience in many ways, such as food, religion, and language.
"Of all the technologies that contribute to cultural sharing, television... have been the most powerful." (Pearson 957) So, from America, we can have access to other cultures, such as Great Britain, and this helps make countries more diverse.
"Broadcasts of international sporting events and the popularity of many team sports have found fans of soccer." (Pearson 958) So, because of globalization, our cultures blend and we play similar sports, such as soccer, all around the world.
"Music is another aspect of popular culture that has become international." (Pearson 958) Different music is spread all over the world that we can listen to because of globalization.
I can listen to European bands from anywhere in the world.
"...English has emerged as the premier international language." (Pearson 959) So, because of globalization, languages, such as English, have spread all over the world.
I can travel to many places all around the world and find English speakers.
"Modern art, like popular culture, has become increasingly international." (Pearson 960) So, through globalization, different countries have been connected and we can now see art from all over the world in just one of these countries.
I can see art from all around the world in America.