|Title:||Globalization and the Culture of Life: Care of the Frail Elderly and the Dying (Proceedings of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute 2003 International Colloquium)|
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|Publisher:||Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute (2005)|
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In July 2003, over fifty representatives of Catholic bioethics institutes from around the world gathered in Toronto to participate in an International Colloquium, Globalization and the Culture of Life: Care of the Frail Elderly and the Dying.
Can globalization and culture come together in the today's world of interconnectedness and cooperation? Is it not possible to follow both concepts at the same time? Let's take a look. The word 'culture' originated from the Latin word, 'cultura', meaning 'to cultivate'. Culture is a way of life adopted by a certain group of people of a particular society at a specific time and place. While the second term, globalization, is an economic interaction amongst more than two countries. It shows global context than a limited interest of a country. Every society has its own culture and way of life. Culture is established by a group of people who live together and adhere to some principles in their society
Ulrich Beck’s book What is Globalization? has been useful in charting out some of the more dominant theories on globalization. The globalization of world economy and the development of trans-national markets have caused a worldwide generation of hamburger eating, coca-cola drinking, cell phone kids. The threat to local cultures and the extinction of cultural and ethnic diversity seems inevitable. From this point it is easy to understand that culture and the understanding of culture is in a continuous state of fluctuation, change and development. How people understand themselves and surroundings in an ever-changing world, which is increasingly inter-dependant and international, is the focus of this study.
Globalization vs. Local Cultures. However, some are concerned that the changes brought about by globalization threaten the viability of locally made products and the people who produce them. Coffee in Italy is more than a drink; it is part of the way of life and Italian mores. 1. the development of a new culture of the globally connected professionals and especially business elites; 2. the proliferation of pop culture-which many critics complain is primarily American; and 3. the diffusion of beliefs and values about broader issues such as human rights and other social mores.
This work presents the first serious attempt to impose rigor on the definition and measurement of quality of life among the elderly.
Bioethics and the Human Goods (with Alfonso Gómez-Lobo; Georgetown University Press, 2015; translated into Spanish as La Bioética y Los Bienes Humanos (Ediciones UC & Georgetown University Press, 2018). David Albert Jones et al (eds), Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: Lessons from Belgium (2017) The Tablet (13 December 2018). Proceedings of the 1993 Canada - UK Colloquium organised by the Canadian Department of External Affairs and the Foreign Office, Ryburn Press, 1994) 103-115. Euthanasia in The Netherlands: Sliding Down the Slippery Slope?' in John Keown (ed) Euthanasia Examined (1995) 261-296. Law, Ethics and the Elderly: Worthless Treatment or Worthless Lives?' in RB Shukla (ed) A Guide to Care of the Elderly (HMSO, 1996) 327-331. The Tragic Truth about Dutch Death' in John Morgan (ed) An Easeful Death?
The relevance of the issue of competent career guidance in primary school is grounded. details download PDF. Theoretical And Methodological Foundation For Students' Professional Mobility In Higher School Social And Cultural Environment.
We have examined the effects of globalization on culture, and the debate surrounding globalization and cultural diversity. It is important to keep thinking about the issues related to globalization and cultural change, particularly as we find newer ways to connect with one another. Cultural Globalization References.