However, the contexts are steadily changing as social developments like formal education, out-of-home work situations and urbanization with its attendant cosmopolitism
has seen the oral narrative evolve in both structure and performance.
Will Kymlicka (2010) claims that cosmopolitism
is taking the effects of globalization to seriously and that the democratic (national) citizenship has far from lost its role, nor is it an out-dated design.
3) The success of Italian opera in the world was largely due to its cosmopolitism
, a dominating tendency in Italian artists and intellectuals since the times of imperial Rome.
Milagros' seductive beauty serves as a new bridge that reconnects Marina and her old self: travels, cosmopolitism
, all that was left behind together with her failed marriage.
These groups also contribute to the development of urbanity and cosmopolitism
which provide an ideal background for Allende's narration of independent women protagonists.