Globalisation and its effects on australian national identity and democracy
Globalisation is an economic, political and cultural phenomenon, involving the increasing interaction, or integration of national economic systems through the growth in international trade, investment and capital flows. It is a cross border social, cultural and technological exchange. It's the process in which geographic distance becomes a factor of diminishing importance in the establishment and maintenance of cross border economic, political, technological, and socio cultural relations under the conditions of capitalism. Alexander Downer has said that "you're either a globa-phobe or a gl…
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