a. This statement is true.
Often, there have been arguments on what is so global about the entire process of globalisation when not all the sections of the society have been able to accrue its benefits. It has rather widened the gap between the rich and the poor and between the developed and developing countries, where the former have been able to twist trade rules in their favour.
b. This statement is false.
In consonance with the above argument, we may disagree that globalisation has had no uniform impact. Some sections of the society have been benefitted as globalisation has created a class of people who indulged in the lavish consumerism, while the poor, casual labourers and small scale manufacturers continue to suffer.
c. This statement is false.
This statement is not true as globalisation has had its impact on the economic, social and cultural spheres as well. Globalisation has led to the increased flow of goods and capital and has brought about greater interaction among people, greater exchange of ideas and beliefs due to technology and the influence of both the West and the East on each other.
d. This statement is false.
It is argued that globalisation would result in a cultural homogenisation for it leads to the dominance of western culture. But it makes different cultures more distinctive in nature. Cultural intermingling has enlarged our choices, created preferences and influenced varied cultures on each other.