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glocalization

(GLObal loCALIZATION) Specializing a website for a particular country by translating everything into that language. It also refers to targeting the site contents to the culture of the country.
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Moving from the global-local dialectical relationships, the next theme specifically focuses on the glocalization and mutation of English hegemony in Taiwan.
Though the term "glocalization" has a Japanese origin, its English usage can be attributed to a British American sociologist Professor Roland Robertson.
He then analyses the mission assumed by the Shiite militant groups in terms of glocalization by adapting the master frame of justice given in the first chapter.
This rise of glocalization is the real source of introducing fifth political theory as it calls for the will and consent of the concerned people for the sustainable political system in any part of the world.
Emphasizing the value of the local in the global framework, the notion of glocalization, which was first introduced in the context of agriculture in Japan (Robertson, 2012), has been integrated into such other fields as business and tourism (Khondker, 2013).
glocalization, that is, in the global interest: 'create your own world with self help'
We believe in 'glocalization,' where our efforts have always been to take our global strategy and localize with strategic partnerships in each market that bring value to the brand and our channel partners."
It pays less attention to other effects of the international networks that have resulted, or the relevance of glocalization and the transformation of cyberspace.
Analytically speaking, the drag community is a subculture fostered and enabled by glocalization, a process in which global standards/practices/processes are reinterpreted through local lenses and filters, and sometimes (but not always) bounce back harder and stronger into the world.
The notion of building power and capacity for all stakeholders at each level of the educational system is synthesized with McClain and Shepard's essay applying Friedman's (2005) concept of "glocalization" to teaching global citizenship for K-12 students (p.