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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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The Obligation of Empire: United States' Grand Strategy for a New Century

James J. Hentz
...global electronic media. Indeed, globalization is a social process in which the constraints of geography recede and in which people become increasingly aware that they are receding. In essence, the reflexivity of globalization has given new meaning to Shakespeare's metaphorical observation...
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The Media and Globalization

Terhi Rantanen - 2005 - 180 pages
...intensified experience of globalization. The same view is shared by Waters, for whom Globalization is a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding. (1995: 3) For both Robertson and Waters, this means that people have become aware and conscious of...
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Negotiating Modernity: Africa's Ambivalent Experience

Elisio Salvado Macamo - 2005 - 238 pages
...hence its economic, cultural,17 social and political strands. Malcolm Waters defines globalization as 'a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding'. ls For the purpose of this article, I adopt the economic understanding of globalization, which is 'widely...
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The Centrality of Christ in Contemporary Missions

Mike Barnett, Michael Pocock - 2005 - 313 pages
...cultural dynamics today. Malcolm Waters captures this aspect nicely in his definition of globalization as "a social process in which the constraints of geography...which people become increasingly aware that they are receding."9 Such awareness has a reflexive impact upon how people, in their local settings, understand...
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The Gay Archipelago: Sexuality and Nation in Indonesia

Tom Boellstorff - 2005 - 282 pages
...Reductionism similitude difference Spatial scale global local Attitude toward globalization positive negative and cultural arrangements recede and in which people...increasingly aware that they are receding" (Waters 1995:3); in other words, who you are is less determined by where you're at. Globalization, however,...
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Language, Communication and the Economy

Guido Erreygers, Geert Jacobs - 2005 - 239 pages
...capitalism which are associated with that globalization. Globalization has been denned (Waters 1995:3) as a "process in which the constraints of geography on social and cultural arrangements recede and people become increasingly aware they are receding". The emergence of a globally organized capitalism...
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Media/theory: Thinking about Media and Communications

Shaun Moores - 2005 - 212 pages
...time-space relations. Sociologist Malcolm Waters (1995: 3) defines globalisation as a set of processes 'in which the constraints of geography on social and cultural arrangements recede' (that is, the constraints of physical distance) and, in doing so, he highlights temporal and spatial...
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India in a Globalized World

Sagarika Dutt - 2013 - 240 pages
...regularized and patterns of interaction are discernable. Waters (1995: 3) defines globalization as 'a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding'. Geography, territorial borders and geographical distance are becoming meaningless and increasingly...
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Violence, Conflict, and World Order: Critical Conversations on State ...

Gregg Barak - 2007 - 290 pages
...for the purpose of establishing some type of common ground. Malcolm Waters defines globalization as "a social process in which the constraints of geography...become increasingly aware that they are receding." Mark Findlay refers to globalization as "the collapsing of time and space the process whereby,...
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Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods in Marketing

Russell W. Belk - 2007 - 608 pages
...dichotomy of the local and the global is broken down. Waters, for example, defines globalization as 'a social process in which the constraints of geography...people become increasingly aware that they are receding and in which people act accordingly' (2001, p. 5). This definition implies, first of all, that the...
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