As mass communication and transport continue to grow, societies are becoming more and more alike leading to a phenomenon known as globalization. Some people fear that globalization will inevitably lead to the total loss of cultural identity.To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?
开头段：背景介绍 + 个人立场
主体段 1：(赞同/反对全球化导致身份的丧失)理由 1 + 论证
主体段 2：(赞同/反对全球化导致身份的丧失)理由 2 + 论证
结尾段：总结理由 + 重申观点
背景句：Globalization means that in some ways people around the world are becoming more and more similar. We often eat the same food, watch the same TV programmes, listen to the same music and we wear the same clothes. Some of this at least can be blamed on the spread of multinational brands available all over the world.
个人立场：On the surface, it may appear as if the global diversity of cultural identities is being lost.However, I would argue that this is a very narrow definition of culture and that in fact cultural differences are as present as ever.
Cultural Identity is built on far more than just the films we watch or the jeans we wear. The foundation of cultural identity is shared values. When you look in detail at different cultures, you realize that the things that are important to one culture can be very different from the things valued by another culture.
论证分析：Take India as an example and compare it to a very different culture, Japan. Although I have never visited Japan personally, I believe that it is a culture which places a lot of value on hard work and that people often work very long hours. The Indian people, in contrast, greatly value their leisure time and strive to spend as much time with their family as they possibly can.
主题句：Even if we consume the same products, I would argue that there are still some very deep-rooted differences.
总结理由 + 重申观点：总而言之，尽管受到全球大公司及其产品的影响，但我并不认为完全丧失文化认同是不可避免的。
To summarize, I do not accept that total loss of cultural identity is inevitable, despite the influence of large companies and their products around the globe.
blamed on 归咎于
be very different from 与...有很大不同
leisure time 娱乐时间