People who search for a single solution to the challenges of economic globalism
will be disappointed with the overall anti-global-capitalism movement.
Given that postmodernism and its theories have dominated the intellectual landscape of the latter quarter of the twentieth-century, examinations of their relationship to and intersections with globalization scholarship are necessary to any broad consideration of globalism
Reframing International Development: Globalism
, Postmodernity, and Difference falls short of its lofty goals, and never manages to weave the many strands of its argument into a coherent whole.
As in the last section on the book, which takes to task risk theorists such as Beck and Giddens, this Part also develops, or rather assumes, not only a certain definition of globalism
but also of postmodernism.
Thomas Friedman, for example, writes deftly on foreign affairs for the Times, but has grown so enamored of globalism
he has little time for writing that does not focus on economics.
Three factors militated strongly against them - tv globalism
, the poached-egg nature of the programme and the toxic site, which made obliteration of history a matter of public safety.
He is right in suggesting that corporate globalism
systematically disadvantages the working class and that currently fashionable "deregulation" enhances corporate privileges and imposes inordinate risks on everyone.
export of superficial pop culture arguably plays a more pivotal role in globalism
than the U.
Suggesting that there is nothing new in the present globalising impulse, Davidson notes that the world has seen waves of globalism
Watching collectivists howl at the gale-force winds of economic competition, globalism
, and efficiency as their ideology sinks beneath a rising tide of modern prosperity - damn those conspicuous consumers
removes from the compass of democratic deliberation key questions of self-governance.