The Impact of Globalization on the European Union
Since its inception the concept of globalization was seen well by some, others take the contrary highlighted the disadvantages. They appeared even new concepts such as managed globalization, various approaches have emerged, offensive or defensive about globalization. Extending the conceptual definition of globalization by comparing different approaches aimed at identifying problems applied the so-called building blocks that constitute a pattern applied against the existing realities in Europe and worldwide. If so far we have seen from outer to inner globalization searching features and contextual factors determining, comparing the concept of globalization with terms like regionalization,globalization, Europeanization, Westernization did nothing but to complete the study of the phenomenon itself, revealing a complex general conclusion , is constantly seeking a self-definition as witnessed by the multitude of existing definitions and approaches in parallel with the complete absence of definitions, generally accepted.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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