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|Title:||Longing for the global West: Georgian women’s organisation representatives’ perceptions of the global and the local|
|Series/Report no.:||Global Studies|
|Abstract:||In academic discourses, the “globalisation process” is often described as multidimensional, non-unitary and erratic. Globally spread ideas, practices and values are commonly regarded as being re-interpreted and changed in local contexts. Early theories about globalisation being the same as homogenising “westernisation” have been criticised and many scholars claim that the world is not becoming more and more uniform to the extent that the non-western world looks more like the western world. ... more|
|Appears in Collections:||Global Studies|
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