Globalization and its Victims - as seen by its victims

Globalization and its Victims - as seen by its victims

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Author: Michael Amaladoss, SJ
Editor(s): Michael Amaladoss, SJ
Publisher: ISPCK
Year: 2009
Language: English
Pages: 247
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172144806


This title is a compilation of papers presented at an International Consultation on Globalization from the perspective of the Victims of History, held at Delhi.. It was organized jointly by the Institute of Missiology of Missio, Aache, Germany and the Vidyajyoti College of Theology, Delhi.

About 35 scholars from the five continents took part in the Consultation. Participants from Latin America and Africa were unable to make it, owing to problems in crossing frontiers. This indicating that the world is not, after all, as global as it is made to appear. The lead papers in each section came from different continents: Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe respectively.

This volume consists of Four Parts:

Part 1: Globalization: Its Social Consequences
It comprises of four papers.

Part 2: Globalization : Its Culture Bases
Four Papers make up Part II.

Part 3: The Global and the Local: Theological Perspectives
This part has four papers.

Part 4: Emerging Alternatives to Globalisation
Two papers, a conclusion and appendices make up this part.

This book brings together all the papers that were presented and discussed at the Consultation, as well as the report of the group discussions and the final statement.




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