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political discourse of globalisation

Matthew Graeme Watson

political discourse of globalisation

globalising tendencies as self induced external enforcement mechanism

by Matthew Graeme Watson

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, Department of Political Science and International Studies, School of Social Sciences.

Statementby Matthew Graeme Watson.
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Open LibraryOL21557455M

Globalization has, within academic, political, and business circles alike become the buzz-word of the s, conjuring an ever growin g diversity of associations, connotatio ns, and attendant. Rather than taking globalisation as a given, this book explores how concrete political actors produced the phenomenon of globalisation. Such an approach aims to bring human agency and its importance to the forefront of theory and practice in world politics and economics. The study of the materialisation of globalisation discourse in Greece.

This book should appeal to scholars of party systems, political parties, electoral politics and globalization.' Source: The Journal of Politics ' warmly welcomed the book makes an impressive and stimulating contribution to the extant literature and will be of interest to comparativists and national specialists alike.'. Book Description: For the past decade, political scientist Sanford Schram has led the academic effort to understand how Americans and their political officials talk about poverty and welfare and what impact that discourse has on policy and on the global are Discipline, Schram argues that it is time to take stock of the new forms of welfare and to develop even better methods to.

Globalization and nationalism have often been evoked as the two defining features of the modern world. The former represents rising deterritorialization, integration and universal interconnectedness while the latter arguably represents fragmentation, localization and isolation. The coexistence of these two, arguably opposing, tendencies became particularly problematic in the aftermath of the. Abstract. Globalisation, as a term and as a concept, is used in a variety of political, economic and social contexts. Not only can we find lots of conferences and books on ‘globalisation’, there are also several bastard forms of use, such as ‘glocalization’ [] or ‘globalitarian regimes’ [], which constitutes a good proof of the discursive success of this concept.


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Some theoreticians is implied to globalization discourse. “Fair Clough” believes that nowadays whatever happens in a place, it will be reaction in global level.

So we have a discourse of globalization just as there are globalizations of discourse or discourses (Fair Clough, ). Rather than taking globalisation as a given, this book explores how concrete political actors produced the phenomenon of globalisation.

Such an approach aims to bring human agency and its importance to the forefront of theory and practice in world politics and economics.

The analysis political discourse of globalisation book based on two case-studies, Greece and by: 7. It is argued that the word `globalization' has become so fuzzy and used with such a variety of different meanings that a general theory of globalization must acknowledge and incorporate various discourses.

The most prominent current usage of the term `globalization' is undoubtedly associated with the global expansion of the market form of by: Ananth, V'Globalization and communalism: locating contemporary political discourse in the context of liberalization 1 ', in Puniyani, R (ed.), Religion, power & violence: expression of politics in contemporary times, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, pp.viewed 10 Junedoi: /n3.

One aspect of the study of globalization is the view that language (discourse) is regarded as a facet of globalization, which instills ideology. Fairclough (, pp. 26 &. FAIRCLOUGH's monograph Language and Globalization discusses a wide range of discourses of globalisation and aims to combine cultural political economy and critical discourse analysis.

BLOMMAERT's book is an introduction to the study of discourse, combining an ethnographic approach influenced by American anthropological linguistics and. Discourse on Globalization began in the s and gained momentum over the following decade to become common in modern academic and political talk.

Globalization largely refers to the movement toward an integrated global economy, marked by the free exchange of goods and capital. In popular discourse, Globalization is often related to the.

Professional football is one of the most popular television 'genres' worldwide, attracting the support of millions of fans, and the sponsorship of powerful companies. In A Game of Two Halves, Sandvoss considers football's relationship with television, its links with transnational capitalism, and the importance of football fandom in forming social and cultural identities around the globe.

monic discourse ”, it seems to be more than appropriate to empirically study the effects of globalisation on welfare systems by analysing the political discourse. The concept of welfare systems As indicated in the introduction, I will not limit my analysis to state social policies but in-tend to take a broader approach.

What the book shows is that the ebb and flow of globalisation have been intimately linked with military conflict, with the rise of political power, with competition among the great powers. And we miss a lot of the picture if we don’t understand that behind economic globalisation of any kind is a certain structure of political.

Globalization Studies and Editor-in-Chief of the journal Age of Globalization (in Russian). His academic interests are connected with the analysis of problems of globalization and modernization.

His published research includes topics such as forecasting world political change, social-economic development and. Language and Globalization explores the effects of language in the processes of globalization.

Norman Fairclough adopts the approach of combining critical discourse analysis with cultural political economy to develop a new theory of the relationship between discourse and other dimensions of globalization.

The articles explore the multiple impacts of globalization: the impact of new global political relations on 21st century international division of labor, the relation between gender equality and globalization, trade union politics and globalization, ecological politics and globalization discourse, dual citizenship and global politics, and.

consequences (Nilson,p). Covering a wide range of distinct political, economic, and cultural trends, the term ―globalization‖ has quickly become one of the most fashionable buzzwords of contemporary political and academic debate.

In popular discourse, globalization often functions as little more than a. In his book The Globalization Paradox, Rodrik concluded that “we cannot simultaneously pursue democracy, national determination, and economic globalisation.” The results of.

This study explores the new features of Chinese political speeches translation in recent periods of Chinese leadership. It argues that the predominant source-oriented view of translation impairs a profound understanding of the intricacy and ideology involved in political translation as an evolving and adaptive practice in the era of globalisation.

Contemporary World Politics Globalisation is a multi-dimensional concept. It has political, economic and cultural manifestations, and these must be adequately distinguished. It is wrong to assume that globalisation has purely economic dimensions, just as it would also be mistaken to assume that it is a purely cultural phenomenon.

The. The book critically examines the overall interplay between comparative e- cation discourses, globalisation, dominant ideologies and education. It draws upon recent studies in the areas of globalisation, equity, social justice and the role of the State (Zajda et al., ; Zajda et al., a).Manufacturer: Springer.

Globalisation was represented in public texts in a way that buttressed New Labour's new strategic agenda of emphasising economic competence and pragmatism over ideology. The globalisation discourse also changed over time, containing greater emphases on the constraining effect of globalisation after Labour came to power in Press.

His most recent coauthored book is The Myth of the Global Corporation (Princeton University Press, ). Reich has also published many book chapters and articles in journals such as International Organization, International Interactions, The Review of International Political Economy, and German Politics and Society.

He has received. The paper considers political discourse in the context of globalization as a subject of interdisciplinary ''Journal of Language and Politics'', and the book series, ''Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and how political discourse can be looked at in its cognitive dimension and.

Tehranian is aware that in order to redress the imbalance among economic, political and cultural globalization to avoid global apartheid international communication should turn from the discourse of mutual exclusive and recrimination into a dialogue for mutual s: 4.

Thus, some commentators contend that globalization emerged with the advent of globalism which is an ideological discourse that constitutes a political belief system (Steger, ). It seems that globalization has an ideological basis as it is founded on the capitalist economic tradition with its premises such as the development of free markets.