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What is cultural convergence?
Last Updated: 19th June, 2020
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Moreover, what is an example of a cultural convergence?
Some examples of cultural convergence are the use of technology, participation in global sports and the English language. Cultural convergence occurs when multiple cultures become more like one another through exposure to traditions, ideals and languages. A technology-caused generation gap exists in many cultures.
Subsequently, question is, what is the definition of cultural divergence? Cultural divergence is the divide in culture into different directions, usually because the two cultures have become so dissimilar. The Amish provide an easy example for understanding cultural divergence.
Likewise, people ask, what happens in a cultural convergence?
Cultural convergence is the theory that two cultures will be more and more like each other as their interactions increase. Basically, the more that cultures interact, the more that their values, ideologies, behaviors, arts, and customs will start to reflect each other.
What is cultural convergence in globalization?
Culture convergence occurs when different cultures become more alike in terms of technology, sports, language and even in politics (Christopher, 2005). Globalization alone does not decide the shape and quality of the culture and the same way culture also does not alone manipulate the globalization.