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This new form of globalisation is being enabled by advanced telecommunications technology, and by machine translation.
He maintains that we are living in an age of anger where globalisation has already weakened the stable forms of authority and legitimacy.
Political and cultural globalisation are no exception, as the exchange of cultural ideas, meanings, and values around the world creates richness in the cultures of various countries of the world, although some critics would argue that globalisation harms the diversity of cultures, as dominating countries may affect the cultures of smaller ones.
We have used a piece of authentic language--corpus (200 citations)--from a British newspaper and a KWIC (Key Word in Context)--the word globalization with its British spelling: globalisation.
Altered states: Globalisation, Sovereignty and Governance.
Summary "Europe and Globalisation" - Speech by EU Commissioner Mandelson, at http://www.europe-eu-un.org/articles/en/article_6740_en'htm, accessed on 5 May 2010.
See also Jutta Weldes, "Globalisation Is Science Fiction." Millennium 30, no.
IT executives are less likely to take advantage of the business strategy opportunities created by globalisation than that c-suite counterparts according to the recent findings of an in-depth study by leading business process and IT advisory firm, EquaTerra.
Stiglitz's first book was Globalisation and its Discontents, a powerful indictment of the financial and economic establishment--an establishment busy attempting to persuade the world that their version of the 'globalisation' dream was the key to universal prosperity.
Chancellor Gordon Brown urged business leaders last night to embrace globalisation as a force for jobs and growth.
The controversy over the likely effects of globalisation on economic well-being is well debated in the literature, yet the subject remains open for further examination.