The Making Of World Society: John Wiley And Sons: Article Analysis

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As the process in which more and more people become connected in more different ways across larger distances (Lechner, 2009).
Lechner, F.J. (2009) Globalization: The Making of World Society: John Wiley & Sons
Stromquist and Monkman (2000) pointed out that “globalization is a phenomenon that comprises multiple and drastic changes in all areas of social life, particularly economics, technology, and culture
Castells (2000) identified sources of competitiveness in global economy four distinct processes: the technological capacity; access to large, integrated, and affluent market; profitable differential between production costs; and production sets. From the education perspective, more and more schools are in cooperation with some companies and
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