Original title: Proces globalizace z gruzínské perspektivy
Translated title: The process of globalization from the Georgian perspective
Authors: Sabashvili, Nato ; Kumsa, Alemayehu (advisor) ; Černý, Karel (referee)
Document type: Master’s theses
Year: 2023
Language: eng
Abstract: Globalization is a term of modernity. We live in the Globe as one whole body. Because of new technologies and the level of development of mankind the world became absolutely globalized. Nowaday there aren't useless roles, or actors . Each country and each person have their own meanings and function throughout the working of the Global mechanism . For sure, strong western countries have more important roles and they are dominant through these processes, but each part is important for creating a global development society. Globalization refers to special connections and relationships between countries . There are no national and practical boundaries. Contemporary world became open for getting and sharing any information. Practically each person uses social networks and modern technology. All of them have some International connections , or friends . If travel and access to information about other parts of the earth was privilegie for advanced families , or elite groups in the past, nowaday this process became just part of our everyday life . Now It's simple to share other cultural values, traditions and national consciousness. Everything foreign can be considered as national. For sure the role of new media technologies through this process is unchanchangable. It is a great instrument for creating...

Institution: Charles University Faculties (theses) (web)
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Original record: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11956/185905

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