- n. alternative spelling of globalisation.
- n. growth to a global or worldwide scale
“Around this time, the term globalization entered everyday use, and then as now, it managed to be vague and unsettling at the same time.”
“At a time when the word globalization was entering common parlance, anxiety over what that entailed was rising.”
“The term globalization encompasses a great deal and theorists approach it from differing angles.”
“But the term globalization focuses attention narrowly on the scope of activity.”
“Putting the power question front and center, what if progressives were to consistently link the term globalization to centralizing corporate control?”
“They will also learn a lot about the history and deployment of the term globalization, to which Chanda devotes an excellent chapter, complete with an eye-catching graphic, that charts the rapid rise to ubiquity of this slippery and, until very recently, little-used term.”
“The term globalization has only become commonplace in the last two decades, and academic commentators who employed the term as late as the”
“Long before the introduction of the term globalization into recent popular and scholarly debate, the appearance of novel high-speed forms of social activity generated extensive commentary about the compression of space.”
“The word "globalization" rings in most people's ears as a signal of our advancement, the recognition of our limitless ability to create and have -- beyond measure -- anything we want.”
“The sharing, growing, and eating of food is a central part of what they call the globalization of hope.”
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