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cosmopolitan

(of plants or animals) widely distributed

cosmopolitan

[¦käz·mə¦päl·ət·ən]
(ecology)
Having a worldwide distribution wherever the habitat is suitable, with reference to the geographical distribution of a taxon.
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Nevertheless, Shannon Spisak in the essay "The Evolution of a Cosmopolitan Identity: Transforming Culture" says that looking at the evolution of cosmopolitanism -- both individual and collective -- we see cosmopolitanism provides a solid framework from which to impact cultural change, through the cultivation of self-awareness, identity, empowerment and agency.
Whether a Millennial considering joining this 'Cosmopolitan Club', an existing Global Cosmopolitan reflecting on what is next, someone in mid-career contemplating an international move, part of an organization trying to develop its responses to a global workforce, or a leader considering who can best run global organizations, "The Global Cosmopolitan Mindset" provides a unique insight into the Global Cosmopolitan Mindset and Skillset as well as the challenges and rewards of pursuing a global life.
Reinhart then posted edited versions of their photos which were edited by Cosmopolitan Philippines.
This perspective allows us to move beyond arguments which posit that the affordances and wide dissemination of various tools for mediated communication between cultures "may now make just about everybody a little more cosmopolitan" (Hannerz 1990: 249; cf.
All produced a cosmopolitan class of citizens that often thrives in diverse cultures.
Two colours, Violetto and Candy White, will be available and Cosmopolitan is supporting the launch with a social media campaign around the hashtag #ThisIsMii.
This article demonstrates how Lizardi translates the cosmopolitan musings of Diderot, Kant, and Herder to the Mexican context.
Cosmopolitan Desires can be read on at least two levels: firstly, as a thought-provoking suggestion to rethink Latin American literary production within the productive dialectics of the particular and the universal, thus inviting future critics to reconsider the many periods, authors and texts that no single book could cover by itself.
Curriculum and research based on cosmopolitan theory seeks to examine the ways in which literacy might contribute to not only betterment of the individual, but also how the literac(ies) of the individual might in turn contribute to global betterment.
Emma, who presents Big Brother and The Voice, told Cosmopolitan magazine: "He's f***f ing messy.
But she tells the March issue of Cosmopolitan, out February 3: "He's f***ing messy!