As we have witnessed throughout the semester, globalization is term that is often used in association with Americanization and Westernization. Certainly, globalization is not a new phenomenon. Rather, its manifestation in contemporary society is different than in years prior. At present, we are experiencing the negative effects of globalization and capitalism. Indeed, globalization shrinks the globe. We are able to send and receive information instantaneously. We are in a constant and instantaneous connection. The problem that arises out of this is that globalization imposes a one-size-fits-all approach. While we (Americans and the West) use our iPhones, iPad’s, Droids, and such, there are citizens around the world who are losing their cultural traditions and customs as a result of globalization. We have spent a great deal of time this semester examining this issue as it relates to cultural imperialism. I wonder, is it possible to have a “global justice?” If global equates to American and Western, how are we to establish justice for the entire world? Certainly, global is not global. It is not all-inclusive or all-encompassing. Rather, it exploits under-developed and developing areas of the world.