Over the past two decades, the concept of globalization has been steadily gaining ground in our discussions of current affairs. Leading the way is of course the talk of economic globalization, which focuses on such topics as the rise of multi-national corporations and the inability of national governments to cope with the problems of a globalized market. The present paper, however, chooses to dwell upon an issue in the field of cultural globalization, which is ontologically related to but methodologically separable from economic globalization.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||Literary Research / Recherche Littéraire|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2003|