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Globalization and Scapes: A New Theory of Global Dynamics

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Globalization has produced a distinctive stage in the social history of populational projections, with a growing tension between nation state-based solutions and anxieties and those formulated by global institutions (Powell, 2011). Globalization, defined here as the process whereby nation-states are influenced (and sometimes undermined) by trans-national actors. Human identity has, itself, become relocated within a trans-national context, with international organisations (such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund) and cross-border migrations, creating new conditions and environments for many displaced people (Estes, Biggs, & Phillipson, 2003). This paper examines the work of Appadurai and the extent to which has had a large impact on understanding the global dynamics of cultural, technological, political and economic change.

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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 49)
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168-175
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J. L. Powell, "Globalization and Scapes: A New Theory of Global Dynamics", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 49, pp. 168-175, 2015
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March 2015
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