Globalisation as social imaginary — tolerance for ambiguity

Selected reference Rizvi. F. (2017). Globalisation and the neoliberal imaginary of educational reform. Education research and foresight working papers, Number 20. Paris: UNESCO. Retrieved 22 July via Globalisation as social imaginary — tolerance for ambiguity Advertisements

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How Globalisation influenced Film — The Green Rover

Since it’s inception film had been greatly benefited by Globalisation, whether it be developing technologies and techniques pioneered in foreign nations to auteurs and marketers forver changing and expanding what film is and how it can be distributed. Globalisation is the process by which businesses or other organisations develop international influence or start operating on […] […]

Has Globalisation Improved State Sovereignty and Security? — Black Sheep Weekly

The Athenian historian Thucydides wrote in the Melian Dialogue “the strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must”. This statement is often cited as the basis of realist theory, how a powerful state will always use its strength to enforce its will on a smaller one. The following will consider, with […] […]

Beauty of colors, shapes and movements: …GREEN MAN FESTIVAL and INTERNATIONAL BALLOON FIESTA — paintdigi

Beauty of art and images for you The festivals: Beauty of colors, shapes and movements Dear friends and visitors Beauty is moving ? Yes I found for you a source of multi-dimensional beauties, a lively and mobile source: The festivals With these pictures, I wish you a lot of fun. 3) GREEN MAN FESTIVAL 2013 […] […]

Fashion in Black Commnities — Tebogo Ramotlou

In black communities there were no high end stores, and even though only gangsters, thugs and rappers could afford these high end clothes they didn’t appeal to their style. So certain people within the communities realized that there is a market more specially when fur jackets came into style but they were only found down […] […]

Conflicts in Sikh Commnity — Manpreetchahalblog

There are myriad conflicts that are raised in every community on different issues. I belong to a Sikh community and I took this community as a topic of the discourse community. There are numerous issues which were seen in our community like don’t give a permission of wearing the turban, attacks on this community, forced […] […]

US And Europe Are Pulled Back From The Brink Of An All Out Trade War On 7/25/18 — Gronda Morin

On the 25th of July 2018, It looks like the republican President Donald Trump is claiming success in pulling back from the brink of an all out trade-war with the (EU) European Union. Earlier in the day, President Trump had hosted the European Commission President Jean-Claude Junker at the White House were it seems that […] […]

Friday Debate: Hurricane Maria and Puerto Rico — cup of tea with that book, please

Welcome to Friday Debate, a feature on cup of tea with that book, please, where every Friday a question will be posted that tantalize the brain and expands our horizons. via Friday Debate: Hurricane Maria and Puerto Rico — cup of tea with that book, please

The Pope’s Misguided War On Fossil Fuels — Watts Up With That?

By H. STERLING BURNETT It seems that Pope Francis has learned little since his 2015 papal encyclical calling on the world to fight climate change by limiting the use of modern technologies and fossil fuels. At a recent Vatican meeting, he called many of the world’s leading oil company executives to the carpet. Francis told […]

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