Steger, Manfred B.; Çoştu, Yakup
September 2010
Dinbilimleri Journal;2010, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p267
Academic Journal
In this study, It is made an analytical distinction between globalism and globalization phenomena. It is investigated the basic ideological claims of globalism. Also, It is discussed the concept of globalization of the globalist claims.


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