Examining Global and Glocal Awareness, Knowledge, and Competency

Milman, Natalie B.
June 2013
Distance Learning;2013, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p35
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the concepts of globalization and glocalization, as well as global and glocal awareness. It provides definitions of the terms "globalization," "global awareness" and "glocalization." The article also explains the different definitions of globalization, and the concept of glocalization.


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