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English Wikipedia

The English Wikipedia is the English-language edition of the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia. Founded on 15 January 2001, it is the first edition of Wikipedia and, as of April 2019, has the most articles of any of the editions. As of March 2020, 12% of articles in all Wikipedias belong to the English-language edition. This share has gradually declined from more than 50 percent in 2003, due to the growth of Wikipedias in other languages. As of 21 March 2020, there are 6.038.232 articles on the site, having surpassed the 5 million mark on 1 November 2015. In October 2015, the combined tex ...

                                               

Global citizens movement

The term global citizens movement refers to a constellation of organized and overlapping citizens groups seeking to foster global solidarity in policy and consciousness. The term is often used synonymously with the anti-globalization movement or the global justice movement.

                                               

Global citizenship

Global citizenship is the idea that ones identity transcends geography or political borders and that responsibilities or rights are derived from membership in a broader class: "humanity". This does not mean that such a person denounces or waives their nationality or other, more local identities, but that such identities are given "second place" to their membership in a global community. Extended, the idea leads to questions about the state of global society in the age of globalization. In general usage, the term may have much the same meaning as "world citizen" or cosmopolitan, but it also ...

                                               

Ideoscape

In Arjun Appadurai’s five dimensions of global cultural flows, an ideoscape is the movement of ideologies. It is often political and usually has to do with the ideologies of states and the counterideologies of movements explicitly oriented to capturing state power or a piece of it. Ideoscapes are usually composed of ideas, terms, and images including "freedom, welfare, rights, sovereignty, representation, and democracy". The other four dimensions are ethnoscapes, mediascapes, technoscapes, and financescapes. The suffix - scape denotes that these terms are perspectival constructs inflected ...

                                               

McWorld

Not to be confused with Macworld, the periodical dedicated to Apple Macintosh products McWorld is a term referring to the spreading of McDonalds restaurants throughout the world as the result of globalization, and more generally to the effects of international McDonaldization of services and commercialization of goods as an element of globalization as a whole. The name also refers to a 1990s advertising campaign for McDonalds, and to a childrens website launched by the firm in 2008.

                                               

Technoscape

Technoscape is a term coined by Arjun Appadurai in order to describe one of the five dimensions of global cultural flows. The five dimensions consist of ethnoscapes, mediascapes, technoscapes, financescapes, and ideoscapes. The suffix -scape denotes that these terms are perspectival constructs inflected by the historical, linguistic, and political situatedness of different kinds of actors: "nation-states, multinationals, diasporic communities, as well as subnational groupings and movements". This can either be religious, political, or economic. In a more specific scope, Technoscape is the ...

                                               

Transnational cinema

Transnational cinema is a developing concept within film studies that encompasses a range of theories relating to the effects of globalization upon the cultural and economic aspects of film. It incorporates the debates and influences of postnationalism, postcolonialism, consumerism and Third cinema, amongst many other topics. Transnational cinema debates consider the development and subsequent effect of films, cinemas and directors which span national boundaries.

                                               

Westernization

Westernization or Westernisation, also Europeanization/Europeanisation or occidentalization / occidentalisation, is a process whereby societies come under or adopt Western culture in areas such as industry, technology, politics, economics, lifestyle, law, norms, mores, customs, traditions, values, mentality, perceptions, diet, clothing, language, alphabet, religion, and philosophy. During colonialism it often involved spread of Christianity. Westernization has been a growing influence across the world in the last few centuries, with some thinkers assuming Westernization to be the equivalen ...

                                               

World Heritage Site

A World Heritage Site is a landmark or area, selected by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization for having cultural, historical, scientific or other form of significance, which is legally protected by international treaties. The sites are judged to be important for the collective and preservative interests of humanity. To be selected, a World Heritage Site must be an already-classified landmark, unique in some respect as a geographically and historically identifiable place having special cultural or physical significance. It may signify a remarkable accomplish ...

                                               

World Music Awards

The World Music Awards is an international award show founded in 1989 under the high patronage of Albert II, Prince of Monaco and Co-Founder, Executive Producer - John Martinotti of which is based in Monte Carlo. Awards are presented to the worlds best-selling artists in the various categories and to the best-selling artists from each major territory. Sales figures are provided by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. Nine awards are voted online by the public. The awards are gold-plated, each depicting an artist holding the world. The awards were last held in Monte Ca ...

                                     

ⓘ Global culture

  • field of global studies revolves around the impacts of globalization and the growing interdependence of states, economies, societies, cultures and people
  • Global means of or referring to a globe and may also mean involving the entire earth. Global Paul van Dyk album 2003 Global Bunji Garlin album 2007
  • studies in three major areas: global flows of information and culture decentralizing the conceptual parameters of global information and media studies
  • sociology Neoliberalism Organizational culture Protestant work ethic Robbins, Richard 2005 Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism. Pearson. p. 13. ISBN 978 - 0205917655
  • the culture of Japan stands as one of the leading and most prominent cultures around the world, mainly due to the global reach of its popular culture Japanese
  • Third culture kids TCK are people raised in a culture other than their parents or the culture of the country named on their passport where they are
  • at a global level Centres of new ideas and innovation in business, economics, culture and politics Centres of media and communications for global networks
  • Absurdities of the Contemporary Culture Wars, Praeger, 2000 ISBN 0 - 275 - 96611 - 9 Webb, Adam K., Beyond the Global Culture War, Routledge, 2006 ISBN 0 - 415 - 95313 - 8
  • Chinese culture simplified Chinese: 中华文化 traditional Chinese: 中華文化 pinyin: Zhōnghua wenhuà is one of the world s oldest cultures originating thousands
  • Culture jamming sometimes guerrilla communication is a tactic used by many anti - consumerist social movements to disrupt or subvert media culture and
  • fast food, such as American products and the new global agricultural industry. While French youth culture has gravitated toward fast food and American eating

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