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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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.
This became a rallying cry for the Occupy Wall Street protests and antiglobalization movements.
The antiglobalization forces are united only in what they oppose.
This article draws out some implications of the new politic of the grassroots antiglobalization movement by looking at the anti-globalization protests in Calgary in 2002.
That seems doubtful in the face of strong public concern over GM food and the political risk of inciting a larger anti-WTO, antiglobalization, and anti-EU backlash.
The commitment to marginality in much of the antiglobalization movement would take on a tang of negative logic.
Examples of social disequilibrium abound in grassroots movements affecting education, ranging from parental campaigns for smaller classes to teacher strikes, from students' antiglobalization movements to gay-straight alliances.
John Kerry had already won enough delegates to win his party's nomination, but Kucinich hoped that an impressive showing would awaken Kerry to the existence of a passionate antiwar, antiglobalization, pro-universal health care constituency in his party.
While police call the strategy a raving success, one they now plan to make general practice, less thrilled with the concept are some news organizations and media experts who say embedding added little to the coverage, and numerous antiglobalization groups who insist the tactic was essentially the police co-opting the media.
The crisis not only put to rest neorealist, mercantilist antiglobalization claims but also seriously punctured cultural-relativist claims about "Asian values" or the existence of a single Asian developmental model.
For instance, the recent antiglobalization protests in Washington, D.