anti-globalization

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anti-globalization

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anti-globalisation

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a political belief opposed to the emergence of a single world market dominated by multinational companies
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anti-globalization

[ˈæntɪˌgləʊbəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] Nantiglobalización f
anti-globalization protestersmanifestantes mfpl antiglobalización
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Now the question: 'We have seen a rise in antiglobalization feelings, particularly in certain developed countries.
This perfectly suits the global environmental and antiglobalization discourses highlighting tribals living in the lap of nature with a premodern and precapitalist epistemology.
Relying on this technosocial learning to defend the online lifeworld from regulatory enclosure, Burkart argues that the pirates are a culturally distinct heir to previous morally conscious NSMs, including feminism, antiglobalization, antiwar, and, most notably, the environmental movement that fueled the rise of Green parties across Europe.
com/2016/12/20/calexit-movement-organizer-says-group-has-opened-a-california-embassy-in-russia/) San Diego resident who is working as an English teacher in Russia,  met with the Antiglobalization Movement of Russia and 30 other independence groups worldwide during a conference on secessionists' rights in September.
In this sense, the very breadth of Nike's appeal is almost as problematic: As antiglobalization activist Naomi Klein argues, "Jordan and Nike are emblematic of a new paradigm that eliminates all barriers between branding and culture, leaving no room whatsoever for unmarked space.
The Malian antiglobalization Association, the Coalition of African Alternatives on Debts and Development (CAD-Mali), has called on technical and financial partners (TFP) of Mali to turn their loans to the West African country into donations.
But still, a good number of them are mobilized in different ways: in party politics, antiglobalization movements, the union movement, the student movement, sovereignty movements, and organized feminism.
As antiglobalization activists have suggested, these institutions will likely be needed for that purpose in the future.
This period saw the origin of the antiglobalization movement in the great riots, strikes and revolutions against structural adjustment policies (SAPs) imposed throughout Asia, Africa and South America in the later half of the 1980s (Federici & Caffentzis 2001).
Holmes grounds his notion of a socially conscious "eventwork" in historical precedents such as the 1968 Tucuman Arde exhibition in Rosario, Argentina that analyzed local labor struggles, AIDS activism of the '80s and '90s, and contemporary antiglobalization movements.
the United States' Lou Dobbs) and antiglobalization activists (e.
According to the editors, "Alternative Globalization" displaces the antiglobalization label that came out of the 1999 protests directed at the World Trade Organization conference in Seattle.