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" A social process in which the constraints of geography on social and cultural arrangements recede and in which people become increasingly aware that they are receding. "
Nationalism, Globalization, and Orthodoxy: The Social Origins of Ethnic ... - Page 4
by Victor Roudometof - 2001 - 304 pages
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Globalization and Europe

Roland Axtmann - 1998 - 214 pages
...we can accept Malcolm Waters's (1995: 3) definition of globalization as '[a] social process in which constraints of geography on social and cultural arrangements...become increasingly aware that they are receding'. Globalization and the modern European state The main focus of this book is the question of how the...
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Human and Global Security: An Exploration of Terms

Peter John Stoett - 1999 - 168 pages
...is more interested in the relationships inherent in global shifts; and he defines globalization as a 'social process in which the constraints of geography...which people become increasingly aware that they are receding.'12 Waters believes that globalization, as we conceive of it currently, is but another stage...
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Regionalism, Multilateralism, and the Politics of Global Trade

Donald Barry, Ronald C. Keith - 1999 - 302 pages
...compel new modes of politics. Malcolm Waters adopts such a macroperspective in defining globalization as a social process in which the constraints of geography...and in which people become increasingly aware that those constraints are receding. 1 Working from a postmodern perspective, David Harvey uses the degree...
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Sociology in Perspective

Mark Kirby - 2000 - 831 pages
...society into the third millenium. (Waters, 1995, p. i) For Waters, globalization can be defined as: A social process in which the constraints of geography...increasingly aware that they are receding. (Waters, 1995, p. 3) Activity Using the definition supplied by Waters, create a list of aspects of your own social...
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Teachers' Work in a Globalizing Economy

John Smyth, Alistair Dow - 2000 - 222 pages
...the social, economic and political changes referred to as globalization. He defines globalization as 'a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding' (p. 3). He offers a 'guiding theorem' that traces globalization as it operates in three arenas of social...
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Word-processing Technology in Japan: Kanji and the Keyboard

Nanette Gottlieb - 2000 - 219 pages
...(1995) refers to the term as the defining concept of the 1990s. He himself defines globalisation as 'a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding' (3). In a globalised world, social and cultural life might no longer be determined by territoriality...
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Globality Versus Democracy?: The Changing Nature of International Relations ...

Hans Köchler - 2000 - 231 pages
...globalization In an interesting exploration of the term "globalization," Malcolm Waters (1995, 3) defined it as a "social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding." For Peter Robinson (1991, 1), "globalization is a highly dynamic process of growing interdependence...
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Employee Relations in Context

David Farnham - 2000 - 455 pages
...happening that distinguishes this era from the past. Globalisation is described by Water (1995: 2) as 'a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding'. Globalisation is occurring in all three spheres of social activity: the economy, the polity and culture...
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Globalization and Education: Critical Perspectives

Nicholas C. Burbules, Carlos Alberto Torres - 2000 - 376 pages
...management (the European Union, ASEAN, NAFTA, or Daimler Chrysler). As Waters sees it, globalization is a social process in which the constraints of geography...people become increasingly aware that they are receding A globalized culture is chaotic rather than orderly ... it is not centralized nor unified ... the meanings...
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The Dime Novel Companion: A Source Book

J. Randolph Cox - 2000 - 333 pages
...globalization in both the academic and popular press typically refers to "a social process in which constraints of geography on social and cultural arrangements...which people become increasingly aware that they are receding."3 This only suggests the development of cultural convergence but slights the heterogenizing...
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