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    • Globalization

    • Globalization or globalisation (see spelling differences) is the process of international integration arising from the interchange of world views, products, ideas, and other aspects of culture. Advances in transportation (such as the steam locomotive, steamship, jet engine, and container ships) and in telecommunication ... Read »


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    • Globalization (Christian Perspective)

    • Globalization allowed interaction between countries and the global market and has grown economies to higher levels. It is a highly debated subject and there is a great deal to be discussed about it. One perspective on this worldwide movement is the Christian (religious) point of view. First of all, Christians believe i ... Read »


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    • Environmental globalization

    • Environmental globalization refers to the internationally coordinated practices and regulations (often in the form of international treaties) regarding environmental protection. An example of environmental globalization would be the series of International Tropical Timber Agreement treaties (1983, 1994, 2006), establis ... Read »


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    • Maximiliano Korstanje

    • Maximiliano E Korstanje is a cultural theorist dedicated to the study of mobilities and terrorism born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 29 October 1976. His development is framed within the subfield of critical terrorism studies. He serves as Senior Lecturer at Department Economics, University of Palermo, Argentina. Korst ... Read »


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    • The Liberal Politics Of Adolf Hitler

    • The Liberal Politics Of Adolf Hitler is a novel by the author John King, published in 2016. Three essays led into its release – The left wing case for leaving the EU and Flying The Flag (both in New Statesman), and The People Versus The Elite (Penguin). A supporter of British withdrawal from the European Union, Ki ... Read »


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    • Military globalization

    • Military globalization was defined by David Held as “the process which embodies the growing extensity and intensity of military relations among the political units of the world system … Understood as such, it reflects both the expanding network of worldwide military ties and relations, as well as the impact o ... Read »


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    • Political globalization

    • Political globalization refers to the growth of the worldwide political system, both in size and complexity. That system includes national governments, their governmental and intergovernmental organizations as well as government-independent elements of global civil society such as international non-governmental organiz ... Read »


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    • Pnina Werbner

    • Pnina Werbner (born 3 December, 1944) is a British social anthropologist. Her work has focused on Sufi mysticism, diasporas, Muslim women and public sector unions in Botswana. She has written extensively about the Arab Spring. Werbner is married to anthropologist Richard Werbner, and is the niece of Max Gluckman. On c ... Read »


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    • World language

    • A world language is a language that is spoken internationally and is learned and spoken by a large number of people as a second language. A world language is characterized not only by the total number of speakers (native and second language speakers), but also by its geographical distribution, as well as use in interna ... Read »


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    • World-systems theory

    • World-systems theory (also known as world-systems analysis or the world-systems perspective), is a multidisciplinary, macro-scale approach to world history and social change which emphasizes the world-system (and not nation states) as the primary (but not exclusive) unit of social analysis. "World-system" refers to th ... Read »


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