Corporations benefit from reduced labor costs and, in some cases, proximity to raw materials. Critics of multinational corporations have accused some companies of exploiting the less-stringent labor laws of developing nations and maintaining unfair or unethical labor practices. Corporations have also been accused of conducting unethical environmental practices, including the disposal of waste materials and consumption of natural resources, and of adopting business practices that make it difficult or impossible for independent businesses to compete. Though corporations may comply with the laws native to their host nations, many critics believe that corporations from economically dominant countries have a responsibility to maintain labor, environmental and ethical standards in keeping with their nations of origin.
Contact Author The invention of the automobile has brought more positive and negative effects than any other invention throughout transportation history.
As the most widely accepted method of transportation, cars have changed the way people live all over the world. They have affected all aspects of society such as family life, the economy, and even the environment.
It is hard to find a movie, book, or TV show that does not have some type of automobile in it. The advancement of automobiles over time has directly affected the advancement of society as a whole. Over the generations automobiles have influenced every aspect of society in many ways and have changed to keep up with the times.
With the development of suburbia, cars made it easier for people to travel in this world, which was beginning to spread out at a rapid pace. They quickly gained fame as the new and fast way to travel.
In the beginning, automobiles were considered to be a luxury, but as they became more mass produced, more people were able afford them. Changes that were made in the manufacturing process lowered the cost to the point where the average American could own a vehicle.
His low production cost enabled the final cost of the car to be lowered as well. This was largely in part because of lowered production costs. The more widely used automobiles became, the more they began to affect the daily lives of Americans.
During this time suburbs were also becoming popular. The automobile played a major role in the spreading out of these suburbs.
It heavily influenced family life, and made for a more mobile society. The role of women in society was also affected by the automobile.
It was unnecessary for women who lived in the city to own cars, because they lived within walking distance of everything that they needed. Growing suburbs meant that women needed a comfortable and fast way of transportation.
Women were not just limited to the house anymore. Now, women were not limited to their domestic roles any longer. They obtained more gender equality by competing with men for the same types of jobs. Automobiles helped change the role of women in society. However, there were negative effects brought on by the introduction of automobiles.with Leonid Grinin he edits the Journal of Globalization Studies and the Social Evolution and History.
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The history of globalization has involved complex interactions among these economic, political, socio-cultural, and biological factors.
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As the most widely accepted method of transportation, cars have changed the way people live all over the world.
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