本文主要讲述的是全球化面临的问题，罗伯逊将全球化定义为一个结构化的过程，通过这个过程，世界作为一个整体(全球，地球)正日益被重组为一个单一的地方。这并不是说世界正在变得越来越统一或同质化”(Jean-Sebastian, 2009, p.6)。全球文化是人类可以通过一些组合相互联系的地方。组合元素包括文化、语言学、宗教、行为等方面。本篇悉尼代写文章由澳洲论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
“Robertson defines globalization as a process of structuration through which the world as a whole (the globe, planet Earth) is increasingly reorganized as a single place. This is not to say necessarily that the world is becoming more and more unified or homogeneous” (Jean-Sebastian, 2009, p.6). Global culture is where human beings can link with one another on some combinations. The combinatorial elements are that of culture, the linguistics, the religious, behavioural aspects and more.
UNESCO states as much as 15 points. These points need not necessarily divide people. There were many elements of commonality that could be found in these sets. Global culture of living is formed in different combinations as stated above. It is possible to find some categories based on the combinations as well. Having a global culture does not mean the notion of cultural coherence within sub-cultures are challenged. In much of the 20th century it was held that culture kept people in well-defined categories. However, over the end of the 20th century and into the 21st century culture is also something that is present across these categories. Soviet communism for instance has created a culture that lies outside geographic terrains and other common notions of culture.
In a similar way take for example some global problems that the world faces, such as environmental problems. Here a culture of caring for environment, taking mutual steps toward handing the issues are created. This does not mean cultural coherence or local culture is lost. Some forms of global cultural groups that can be established are that of what was called by Huntington (1998) as the ‘Davos culture’ or the ‘elite group’. The Davos culture is a global culture that is developed from the formation of elite groups. Elite groups are created according to the domains of finance, media and diplomacy are a global cultural group. Some of their common understandings will include notions on individualism, how the democratic state operates, their businesses, their market thinking and lifestyles. These global cultural groups would be more comfortable with a member that fits in with their elite thinking more than any other.