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  • noun Alternative spelling of globalisation.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun growth to a global or worldwide scale

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Examples

  • Around this time, the term globalization entered everyday use, and then as now, it managed to be vague and unsettling at the same time.

    Superfusion

  • Around this time, the term globalization entered everyday use, and then as now, it managed to be vague and unsettling at the same time.

    Superfusion

  • Around this time, the term globalization entered everyday use, and then as now, it managed to be vague and unsettling at the same time.

    Superfusion

  • At a time when the word globalization was entering common parlance, anxiety over what that entailed was rising.

    Superfusion

  • At a time when the word globalization was entering common parlance, anxiety over what that entailed was rising.

    Superfusion

  • At a time when the word globalization was entering common parlance, anxiety over what that entailed was rising.

    Superfusion

  • But the term globalization focuses attention narrowly on the scope of activity.

    Frances Moore Lappe: Our Words Are Killing Us

  • Putting the power question front and center, what if progressives were to consistently link the term globalization to centralizing corporate control?

    Frances Moore Lappe: Our Words Are Killing Us

  • The term globalization encompasses a great deal and theorists approach it from differing angles.

    Cambodia: Revisiting the Killing Fields

  • 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.

    Making Connections

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