publication . Article . 2012

Some Considerations on Globalization and its Effects on Education

Mihaela Mocanu; Elena Vasiliu; Ana-Maria Ramona Stancu;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2012 Journal: The Annals of Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University. Economy, Commerce and Tourism Series, volume 4, issue 1 June, pages 93-104
Abstract
Nowadays globalization is the most widespread conversation topic. Endless discussions are being carried on and both intellectuals and non-governmental organizations, official representatives of governments or other different national or international organizations are studying the impact of globalization on social and political life, on the environment and demographic variations, on culture and on the system of values in different corners of the Earth and, last but not least, on the educational phenomenon at global level. While it is true that globalization has some positive aspects, it is also true that it triggers a number of negative aspects, especially for d...
Subjects
free text keywords: globalization, globalism, global village, webinar, global skills, multiculturalism, uniformization, mobility, brain drain, competitiveness, jel:F1, jel:I2

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