Globalisation has brought about many evident changes in our society. With the economy growing at more than its normal state, it is hard to deny that globalisation was not an underlying factor. The aim of this research project was to find out the opinions of the public on whether globalisation was good or bad as a whole. The hypothesis formulated is that the general public would have a positive opinion on globalisation.
Throughout this project, mindsets in both globalism and mundialism were adopted so as to effectively weigh the pros and cons of globalisation as a whole. Raising the awareness of the public was also a key factor to our project and purpose, to gain knowlege through our research and to share it with the rest of the world.
Firstly, information was gathered through the means of books, reliable web pages and compiled into a literature review, featuring different sources and questioning their opinions. Two surveys were conducted, one of which was conducted a national scale and the other internationally.
After collecting the results from the survey, the responses from each question were analysed, followed by the analysis of the results as a whole relating back to the aim and hypothesis. After that, all the information was published into the website, to educate the public about globalisation, and conclude on whether globalisation is good or bad as a whole, to prove the hypothesis.
With our final product, it is able to be concluded that globalisation is indeed beneficial to the people to a minor extent of being harmful such in instances like the wastage of resources, the ever-widening wealth gap between the rich and the poor and the lack of diversity in today's world. Many activists have protested against the unfairness of globalisation to a minority. Nevertheless, globalisation is beneficial to the making of the most of the society and positively affects our environment we live in.