Dornelas, António
January 2006
Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas;Jan-Abr2006, Issue 50, p157
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the social aspects of globalization. It offers the views and perceptions of several authors on globalization. It discusses the nature and impact of globalization on the society and the conditions governing globalization. It maintains two theories: first, that globalization is a predicament and second, that the contours of a program capable of governing be constituted in viable alternative to the currently dominant form of globalization.


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