“全球化正在发生的是从殖民时代非常不同，因为，作为HDR 1999解释说，这是新的演员，新的规则形成，新的市场和新的工具-每一个创造了机遇，也面临新的挑战”（和平儿童国际，2002，p. 42）。作为“新”的全球化是当今最具争议的问题之一，它被提到的国家的领导人，都讨论了教育工作者，博主、商人、记者、甚至于蓝领工人和街道上的人。值得注意的是，由于使用如此广泛，很难找到精确一致的定义。《柯林斯英语词典》中定义的全球化是一个由跨国公司主导的单一世界市场存在的趋势（2008）。全球化带来的另一个类似的含义简要定义建议通过波特（1999，在球，2001，p. 230），这是指各族各国也开始越来越多地结合成一个单一的实体”。上述两种定义都表明全球化是吸引人们和国家走向新事物和趋势的东西。然而，这两个来源是“全球化”定义为积极的和一般的，因为他们是。事实上，世界各地仍在讨论全球化的更多定义。这是因为不同的定义来自不同的观点。正如前面提到的这个术语的知名度一样，如果这个术语的意义难以确定的话，那也就不奇怪了（吉登斯，1999）。幸运的是，加拿大论文代写:殖民时代除了前面提到的一般定义外，全球化的一个定义吸引了我，帮助我更好地理解这个术语。的定义是从WAK（2006，在Parjanadze，2009，页84引）。
"The globalisation happening now is very different from the colonial era because, as HDR 1999 explains, it is shaped by new actors, new rules, new markets and new tools - each of which creates opportunities but also new challenges" (Peace Child International, 2002, p. 42).As the 'new' globalisation is one of the most debated issues nowadays, it is mentioned and discussed everywhere by nations' leaders, educators, bloggers, businessman, reporters and even by blue collar workers and any people on the streets. Remarkably, for being so widely used, it is hardly to find a precisely agreed definition. Globalisation as defined in Collins English Dictionary is a trend towards the existence of a single world market dominated by multinational companies (2008). Another brief definition of globalisation that brings similar meaning suggests by Porter (1999, in Mortimore, 2001, p. 230), which is "the process by which the peoples and nations of the world are increasingly drawn together into a single entity". Both definitions mentioned above show that globalisation is something that attracts people and nations towards something that is new and in 'trend'. However, these two are among the sources that define 'globalisation' as positive and as general as they are. In fact, there are still a lot more definitions of globalisation being discussed around the world. This is because different definitions would come from different point of views. As being mentioned before of how famous the term is, it would not be a surprise if the meaning of the term is hardly to be determined (Giddens, 1999). Fortunately, apart from the general definitions mentioned previously, there is one definition of globalisation that attracts me and helps me to understand the term better. The definition is taken from Waks (2006, as cited in Parjanadze, 2009, p. 84).