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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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It also shows how, within the dominance of globalism, it is possible for architecture to identify and represent the other agendas which bring specificity and value to urban life.
How do we respond to available theories and critiques of globalism by Jean Baudri llard, Paul Virilio, Mike Featherstone, Arjun Appadurai, Frederick Buell, Fredric Jameson, Bruce Robbins, Pierre Bourdieu, and others?
Hurston's work on black Southern folk culture in Mules and Men (1935) and her travels in the Caribbean prompted her understanding of what might be termed black cultural globalism.
As the promotion of capitalist discipline is questioned, protest targetted at the agents of neo-liberal globalism gains remarkable political leverage.
Rushdie's thematic globalism is nearly undone by his stylistic postmodernism.
Rather it is a flexible and deeply ambivalent means of contemplating and reacting to change whose study illuminates the key dialectics of the current fin de siecle: globalism in confrontation with localism and culture in confrontation with political economy.
If corporate globalism continues to result in deteriorating conditions of life for ordinary Americans, we're likely to see a rise of scape-goating demagogy and virulent right-wing economic nationalism.
Keith's Reframing International Development: Globalism, Postmodernity, and Difference is a provocative book with three very ambitious goals: to theorize the structure of the emerging global system; to provide a comprehensive critique of Enlightenment thought and to outline a new transformative political agenda.
But what these arguments make clear is that it is increasingly difficult to view globalism and regionalism as opposing and contradictory forces in the world economy.
To the artist, neoliberal globalism can be represented by clenched and outstretched hand symbols, speakers, the abstract schematic letters of logic and math (e.
The author argues over five chapters, devoted to physical and strategic distance, the rise of globalism, Al Qaeda and the limits of Netwar, technology terrain, and the barriers to conquest, and drones, cyber, and the tyrannies of distance, that borders, distance, and other realities of geopolitics place inherent limits on the effects of globalism on strategic risk.