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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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Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy

Mark A. Pollack, Gregory C. Shaffer - 2001 - 354 pages
...flows and networks of activity, interaction and the exercise of power" (Held et al. 1999, 16); and (2) "A social process in which the constraints of geography...increasingly aware that they are receding" (Waters 1995, 3). 4. Featherstone and Ginsberg also address security interests, which were a particularly important consideration...
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Rotterdam: Konturen einer globalisierten Stadt

Frank Eckardt - 2001 - 203 pages
...die von Malcom Waters gegebene Definition hingewiesen: „We can therefore define globalization as a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding." 2 Während in dieser Definition noch keine Rede von ökonomischen Globalisierungsprozessen ist, soll...
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Globalization: The Reader

John Benyon, David Dunkerley - 2000 - 309 pages
...consumerism. These ideas are expanded upon by Waters (op. cit.), who characterizes globalization as '. . . a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding' (p. 3). He goes on to predict that in the future, territoriality will disappear as an organising principle...
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Postcolonial, Queer: Theoretical Intersections

John C. Hawley, Dennis Altman - 2001 - 334 pages
...situation of gay/lesbian studies and postcolonial theory. Malcolm Waters describes globalization as "a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding" (1995:3). Roland Robertson similarly characterizes it as an "increasing acceleration in both concrete...
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Survey of Economic and Social Developments in the ESCWA Region, Part 2

Nations Unies. Commission économique et sociale pour l'Asie occidentale - 2000 - 95 pages
...underway, which has favoured markets and firms rather than States". 28 Social globalization is defined as a "social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding". 29 Cultural globalization is defined as "...the compression of the world and the intensification of...
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Encountering Religious Pluralism: The Challenge to Christian Faith & Mission

Harold Netland - 2001 - 368 pages
...cultural change today. This aspect is captured nicely in Malcolm Waters 's definition of globalization as "a social process in which the constraints of geography...recede and in which people become increasingly aware (hat they are receding. "' ' Globalization is directly linked to modernization, for, as many social...
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Government and the Economy: A Global Perspective

Jan-Erik Lane, Svante O. Ersson - 2002 - 338 pages
...consciousness of the world as a whole. (Robertson, 1992: 8) We can therefore define globalization as: A social process in which the constraints of geography...increasingly aware that they are receding. (Waters, 1995: 3) Globalization is 'the intensification of economic, political, social and cultural relations across...
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Eine periphere Gesellschaft: Regionalentwicklung zwischen Erfurt und Weimar

Frank Eckardt - 2002 - 316 pages
...zunehmend mehr Menschen und Plätzen auf der Welt gibt. „We can therefore define globalization as a social process in which the constraints of geography...increasingly aware that they are receding." (Waters 1995, S.3). Die Globalisierung ist in diesem Sinne betonterweise prozesshaft zu interpretieren, in der Richtungen,...
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Managing the Global: Globalization, Employment and Quality of Life

Donald Lamberton - 2002 - 268 pages
...writers seem to have objective changes in mind. Malcolm Walters, for example, defines globalization as: A social process in which the constraints of geography...people become increasingly aware that they are receding (Walters 1996, p. 3). and further: The theorem that guides the argument about globalization is that:...
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Rethinking Anti-racisms: From Theory to Practice

Floya Anthias, Cathie Lloyd - 2002 - 211 pages
...change signalled by the globalisation debate. Waters, in his useful book Globalisation, defines it as 'A social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding' (1995: 3). Whilst ethnic and other fundamentalisms have been seen as a reaction/contradiction to globalisation,...
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