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globalization

Global village The dissolution of national borders in all aspects of human endeavor. See G7, Global medicine, Third world.

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This interchange adds a passion to our society and helps to raise our esteem within the global society.
Students will use technology skills to obtain, evaluate, utilize, create and share information to fully participate in an ever-changing global society.
He delineates a global society with hope for everyone.
Schneider offers a wealth of essential techniques and strategic ingredients in addition to innovative recipes that reflect our global society.
Williams is active in teaching and advising many international students pursuing advanced degrees in performance and pedagogy at Ohio State and has conducted research on the increasing mobility of students across national borders and the challenges and rewards of cross-cultural study in the arts, especially cross-cultural teacher training in a global society.
Clearly, meeting the demands of living in a global society and America's status as a world leader are increasingly dependent on the development and better use of all of our human resources (Elam, 1993).
Participants used the ark's twin, 96-inch "unicorn horns" to parade the wooden box around town; the mayor joined in the activities at city hall; and public schoolchildren were conscripted to write about the ark and what it means to our aspirations for "a just, sustainable and peaceful global society," as the Rockford Register Star put it.
Walechsa on the other hand pointed out that old political structures must be revamped to serve a new global society.
As a space socially determined by a selected set of diverse individuals, the installation could be what Fredric Jameson asks for in Postmodernism, or The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism when he proposes the need for "an aesthetic of cognitive mapping," defined as the mapping of the totality of systems that enmesh the individual, giving the individual a heightened sense of place within the structure of a global society.
It's an ideal opportunity to underline the fact that we are part of a wider community, be that a European or a global society, and that we have responsibilities as part of that community.
In his acceptance speech, Thomas Maguire spoke about the value of ORT's training courses, which equip students with the skills they need to ensure a better life for themselves in the high-tech global society.
We can only hope that, faced with the reality of the horrors ahead, world leaders will overcome their past differences and co-operate to bring some sanity back into our global society so we can all live in peace.

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