Globalization and Europe
Open University, 2003 - Europe - 304 pages
How can Europe be located in our increasingly globalized world? This book examines the changes that have arisen as a result of intensified patterns of cultural exchange, particularly during the latter half of the twentieth century. It also assumes that this has been a complex process in which European identities are not merely passively reshaped by global forces, but that particular European cultures have played a dynamic role in shaping identities.
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