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Colonial Liberalism, Global Neoliberalism, and Education in India

This paper explores the ways in which global colonialism and neocolonialism have impacted the developments of Indian education. Particular attention is given to the ideologies of classical liberalism and neoliberalism.

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Big Data, Urban Citizenship, and the World Machine

Urban public spaces are sutured with surveillance and sensor connectivity, claiming to enable new forms of "data based citizen participation." Questions occur about the kinds of citizenship and community promoted.

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Shifting Comparative Job and Life Satisfaction across the Globe, 1995–2014

This research utilizes comparative data from the World Value Survey to examine the reason for country differences in job and life satisfaction levels between Sweden, Belarus, and the United States.

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Mega-Urbanization in China: Rural-Urban Synthesis as a Foundation for Sustainability

This paper examines rural-urban relations in mega-urban regions in east coastal China and uses the concept of eco-capital to propose policies promoting rural-urban synthesis that respond to challenges of sustainability.

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Microaggression and the Marketplace: Implications in the Age of Globalism

This study emerges from questions arising about the concept of microaggression and the ways in which it might be perceived to exist and manifest across the spectrum of marketing-related communications.

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The 2014 Ebola Outbreak: A Major Threat to Africa’s Integration Aspirations

This paper is a case study of how disease can impact globalization.

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The Fetus as an Icon of Nature: Ecofeminist Treatment of the Unborn in the Age of the Anthropocene

This paper discusses the uterus as an internalized global space while the aborted fetus becomes a micro-embodiment of people’s attitudes towards Nature from the ecofeminist perspective in cross-cultural contact.

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The Global Studies Journal , Volume 10, Issue 1, March 2017

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Revisiting Everyday Life: A Contemporary Analysis

This article suggests that an effective theory of society should be built on empirical interpretations of everyday life.

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Published online: November 10, 2016

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Globalization, Transnational Issues, and Global Governance: Cooperation or Power Struggle?

Speed of the process to restructure the global governance framework to address supranational challenges effectively will be determined by global cooperation and power struggles among developed and developing countries.

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Published online: October 26, 2016

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