The fast-paced economic growth and technological advancements of the present era have, without a doubt, catapulted the rise of identity politics, and the universalization of human rights.
Globalization is a double-edge sword bringing economic benefits and social inequalities, especially for women who often get caught in the intricate web of exploitation and corruption.
The first reading on this topic
Seo-Young Cho’s research, Integrating Equality, highlights that despite the positive effect of globalization on women’s standing in a developed country, foreign women, without access to certain economic benefits and proxied with inflows of human trafficking, are not beneficiaries of such “female-friendly” globalization effects.
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