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ArtikelGlobalization North and South: Representations of Uneven Development and the Interaction of Modernities  
Oleh: Pieterse, Jan Nederveen
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Theory, Culture & Society vol. 17 no. 1 (Feb. 2000), page 129-137.
Topik: accelerated globalization; capitalisms; imperialism; inequality
Fulltext: 129TCAS171.pdf (87.13KB)
Isi artikelThe buzzword is globalization and the key problem is uneven development. Perceptions and representations of globalization are profoundly different in North and South. Existing analytics - such as dependency, imperialism, exclusion and conspiracy theories - are not adequate for dealing with uneven globalization. There are profound differences between globalization and imperialism. Although a sense of powerlessness and frustration is common to both, the dynamics of deprivation are different. It is one thing to diagnose different conditions North and South (different modernities, different capitalisms). But what matters is not merely difference, but the relationship that exists between these differences, the articulations across different conditions. Contemporary accelerated globalization refers to a new distribution of power that comes in a package together with informalization, informatization and flexibilization. The ramifications of North-South articulation range from security, migration and media representation to regional conflict, labour unrest and social movements.
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