The Anglo – Saxon Space in the Context of Globalization
The present work aims at presenting the impact of the Anglo-Saxon Space over the complex process of globalization. The basic nucleus of this is Great Britain which, was successively, by colonial conquests, transformed into a vast Empire with a big hegemonic power. Its influence sphere was generated, inclusively, by the Industrial Revolution, by the capital accumulation and by the extension of trade and centralized markets. We must neither neglect the civilization elements with influence over the life – styles of the peoples from their former colonies. In the meantime, the Brithish citizens obtained themselves affiliation reflexes with the peoples from the colonies. The phenomenon of the Empire’s becoming lasted till the Second War when, following the newly constituted force raports, the supremacy began by the conquer of U.S.A. Presently, it is “de facto” succesor of Great Britain, imposed by the “exceptionalist” with promoting, by assumes the legitimity of imposing its own values at a planetary scale.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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