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Critical World-Systems Analysis

Marilyn Grell-Brisk
2022 Journal of World-Systems Research  
isn't just a call to attend to police brutality against Black people in America, it is a rallying call demanding that Black folx's humanity be acknowledged and accorded without question—that we be seen  ...  the ever-present abjection of Blackness and Black folx.  ...  Again, an entry point for solidarity and organizing across global-local lines.  ... 
doi:10.5195/jwsr.2022.1103 fatcat:nswbscfkrjguxjqimvnyn2qxme

Power/Knowledge in International Peacebuilding: The Case of the EU Police Mission in Bosnia

Michael Merlingen, Rasa Ostrauskaite
2005 Alternatives: Global, Local, Political  
context of its security and defense policy, to promote democratic policing in Bosnia; and shows how a normatively committed form of governmentality theory can be employed to limit the inevitable political  ...  This article develops the argument that peacebuilding brings into play microphysical and nonsovereign forms of power that circulate through opaque capillaries that link foreign peacebuilders and indigenous  ...  unemployment rates and other symptoms of underdevelopment, the lack of sensitivity to the localizing socioeconomic context also raises normative questions.  ... 
doi:10.1177/030437540503000303 fatcat:64harqa7lnf3jmftrinecttr5e

Global-local knowledge exchange and the emergence of translocal spaces in the city: The case of Belgrade

Jelisaveta Petrovic, Milena Tokovic
2020 Sociologija  
The focus of this paper is exploration of translocal spaces through examination of global-local knowledge exchange between middling migrants and ?cosmopolitan?  ...  locals in semi-peripheral urban contexts.  ...  Local places therefore favour the activation of cosmopolitan locals' resources in the global-local knowledge exchange.  ... 
doi:10.2298/soc2004590p fatcat:qmyrzirqjbavzpgsgb4vvwnlqu

Globalization, Localization, Education and Technology

N. Krishnaswamy
2014 HuSS International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences  
Hyperglobalizers argue for the present wave of globalization, localizers argue for 'reverse globalization' and 'hetrogenization' and a third group advocates 'glocalization'.  ...  Furthermore, globalization is threatening the very existence of local culture and languages and hence, the twin objectives, modernization without Westernization, must be built into our educational system  ...  and empirical knowledge [15] .  ... 
doi:10.15613/hijrh/2014/v1i2/61705 fatcat:cwtt3k6lefc4ni4ry4dxlr7pp4

Globalization, Localization and Sustainable Livelihood

Leo J. de Haan
2000 Sociologia Ruralis  
for organic cotton from Benin.  ...  international economic, social and political context.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9523.00152 fatcat:2phgapcghjfjljywqsnouo4sta

Global-Local Context Network for Person Search [article]

Peng Zheng, Jie Qin, Yichao Yan, Bingbing Ni, Xiaogang Cheng, Ling Shao
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Unlike previous works that treat the two types of context individually, we exploit them in a unified global-local context network (GLCNet) with the intuitive aim of feature enhancement.  ...  In this paper, we delve into the rich context information globally and locally surrounding the target person, which we refer to as scene and group context, respectively.  ...  Global-Local Context Network In this section, we introduce the proposed global-local context network in detail. Specifically, we first provide an overview of our framework.  ... 
arXiv:2112.02500v3 fatcat:b3eqsdgeijfq5iaarwpnjhxhry

Global-Local Interface and the Anthropology of Nepal

Prakash Upadhyay
2011 Himalayan Journal of Sociology and Anthropology  
In a context of global-local interface, deteriorisation must unavoidably be escorted by the process of relocalization of the cultures and traditions of backward world.  ...  Globalization, altering role of WTO, expanding markets in Asia and Latin America, the emergence of prosperous middle class with heavy inluence of satellite television and the rise of consumerism has introduced  ...  Global-local interface...... Upadhya Himalayan Journal of Sociology & Antropology-Vol.IV (2010)  ... 
doi:10.3126/hjsa.v4i0.4673 fatcat:5kdyiomiyfb3zkhlou3tcijq3a

Le Malentendu International

Branwen Gruffydd Jones
2015 Alternatives: Global, Local, Political  
Africa is seen and analyzed as a site of weak states and neopatrimonial rule.  ...  The continued dominance and ubiquity of such analytical vocabularies and their underlying methods rests on many forces, one of which is the reluctance to acknowledge that Africans can and do articulate  ...  Acknowledgment I am very grateful to the editors and reviewers for their helpful comments on an earlier draft of this paper, and for their considerable patience.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0304375415590913 fatcat:swwz7vylwnhtzmfiktgf2ta4sa

Citizens and Others

Gurminder K. Bhambra
2015 Alternatives: Global, Local, Political  
Citizenship is one of the defining social and political categories of modernity.  ...  Its conceptualization is strongly tied to the emergence of nation--states and the structuring of international relations in terms of the sovereignty of nation--states.  ...  of the connected histories of colonialism and enslavement, occurs, in large part, through the disciplinary organization of knowledge itself.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0304375415590911 fatcat:mmcb4smxrjhjdjldku6cb5vtde

Rastafari in Germany: Jamaican Roots and Global–Local Influences

Anastasia Wakengut
2013 Student anthropologist  
My argument is that "Africanness" and "black consciousness" can be adjusted and interpreted in a European context as a cluster of ideas and symbols that offer German Rastafarians identification and embody  ...  This study poses questions about identity in the Rastafari movement in Germany and explores crucial issues in Rastafari, such as identity transformation, identity work, selfidentification, representation  ...  various countries beyond the Caribbean, studying these global-local forms is of great significance.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.sda2.20130304.0005 fatcat:4o5psuci2zbifjddlge6lupyom

Learning and teaching sustainable development in global–local contexts

Birgitta Nordén
2016 Environmental Education Research  
The overall aim of this thesis is to develop knowledge of teaching and learning sustainable development in global-local contexts.  ...  across numerous contexts and in the face of changing circumstances.  ...  The term GLSD was first introduced by Nordén, Anderberg and Hansson (2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/13504622.2016.1217399 fatcat:d3s3uxvv7napljigjafbood74a

The Global in the Local [chapter]

Arif Dirlik
1996 Global/Local  
This thesis tracks the participants' recollection of their beliefs about the U.S. before arriving and examines the transformations that occurred because of lived circumstances and experiences.  ...  By using Appadurai's notion of mediascapes as a means to study popular culture the goal is to understand the local and the global in studying the connection between the imagination and globalization.  ...  King (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1997): 19-39; Rob Wilson and Wimal Dissanayake, "Introduction: Tracking the Global/Local" in Global/Local: Cultural Production and the Transnational Imaginary  ... 
doi:10.1215/9780822381990-002 fatcat:na76mwacjzb4tjok4yehyq4gdq

Globalization, local ecosystems, and the rural poor

Rimjhim M. Aggarwal
2006 World Development  
An important ecological concept in this context is that of resilience, which refers to the ability of ecosystems to absorb shocks without changing their essential structure.  ...  Models on ecosystem dynamics from ecology are examined and linked to models in new institutional economics that examine how institutions and technologies evolve in the process of globalization.  ...  Mehra, Machiko Nissanke, Alice Sindzingre, and Erik Thorbecke for extensive comments on an earlier version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2005.10.011 fatcat:ra2f6plcezeafhglkvoanjtxuy

The Global local planes of English needs in Indonesian contexts

Christine Manara
2019 Register Journal  
The results show that students in different contexts have slightly different views and perceptions of English use and how it needs to be learned and taught for their current and future needs of English  ...  Therefore, the teaching of English needs to be conducted by providing more English exposure, integrating blended learning, adopting English for Specific Purposes approach, and teaching pragmatics knowledge  ...  English lesson 11 21 0 0 3.3 (English Teaching Assistants) organized an English club (an extra-curricular activity) for students who are motivated to upgrade their English knowledge and performance  ... 
doi:10.18326/rgt.v12i2.262-293 fatcat:3rjsuwktcnc33jy6win5ntnqry

Travelogues of Difference

Xavier Guillaume
2011 Alternatives: Global, Local, Political  
and calls on a non-European and non-modern travelogue to provide for such heuristic.  ...  and, ultimately, colonization -and dissimilar -the perception of the self and the foreign was not based on a sense of centeredness but on a culture of the periphery -2 experience to alterity and by analysing  ...  The historical and literary contexts of enunciation are thus crucial.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0304375411409016 fatcat:vs45aer3pbcttl3lm3kkgydocm
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