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Globalization, consumer culture and identity

Globalization, consumer culture and identity

the middle class in a postmodern society

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Published by Rawat Publications in Jaipur .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAntony Palackal
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 206 p.
Number of Pages206
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24795453M
LC Control Number2010317707

Globalization is now widely discussed, but the debates often focus on economic issues. A lucid and engaging writer, John Tomlinson goes far beyond traditional discussions to analyze the wide-ranging cultural, social, and moral aspects of globalization/5(4).   (I) The dynamics of cultural identity in the global context. For today’s citizen, “globalization” has come to mean an ever more complex system of interdependence in the economic, but also in the social and cultural fields. Unlike in previous centuries, individual as well as community are faced with the global reality of “constant interaction,” a process that has been further.

development of economic globalization. As there is an inseparable relationship between economy and culture, the more the trend of economic globalization accelerates, the faster the trend of various culture globalization blends (Seitz, , p. 27). Collisions between various .   But how does globalization affect one’s identity? To understand this, we have to first understand the factors that create our identity. Some of the factors that shape your identity are our family relationships, your interests and talents, your religious beliefs, the language/s you speak, and your heritage, to name a few.

Globalization, Cultural Identities, and Media Representations provides a multidirectional approach for understanding the role of media in constructing cultural identities in a newly globalized media environment. The contributors cover a wide range of topics from different geopolitical areas, historical periods, and media genres. Culture and globalization are two different concepts. The word ‘culture’ originated from the Latin word, ‘cultura‘, meaning ‘to cultivate’.Culture is a way of life adopted by a certain group of people of a particular society at a specific time and place.


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Containing articles on approaches to and theories of globalization, this collection addresses the making of the modern world from different disciplinary set investigates the major components of globalization in its most comprehensive sense: the nation-state and the system of international relations; the question of self-identity and the individual in the globalization process; human rights, citizenship and the environment; institutional questions.

The Cultures of Globalization presents an international panel of intellectuals who consider the process of globalization as it concerns the transformation of the economic into the cultural and vice versa; the rise of consumer culture around the world; the production and cancellation of forms of subjectivity; and the challenges it presents to /5(3).

Globalization: Culture and identity - Google Books. Containing articles on approaches to and theories of globalization, this collection addresses the making of the modern world from different disciplinary set investigates the major components of globalization in its most comprehensive sense: the nation-state and the system of international relations; the question of self-identity and the individual in the globalization.

Get this from a library. Globalization, consumer culture, and identity: the middle class in a postmodern society. [Antony Palackal] -- Study on middle class changing consumeristic attitude in Kerala. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library.

Smart, B'Globalization and modern consumer culture', in Consumer society: critical issues and environmental consequences, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp.viewed 15 Maydoi: /n5.

Identity is the locus of cultural effects; therefore, this research focuses on the critical roles of local culture ethnic identity (EID), alongside exposure to Globalization acceptance of cultural forces that transcend borders (acculturation to global consumer culture: AGCC), in shaping the dispositions (consumer ethnocentrism, cosmopolitanism and Author: Mark Cleveland, Michel Laroche, Parastoo Naghavi, Mohammad Ali Shafia.

The chapters in the book trace manifestations and trajectories of consumer culture and modernity as they connect to develop a sense of renewed identity. INTRODUCTION.

Initially, globalization was seen as a broadening, deepening and acceleration of global interconnection in all aspects of contemporary social life, culture and crime, from finance to the spiritual sphere (Miliana, Constantin, ).

The main aspects of globalization in cultural, political and economic aspects have a significant effect on identity, self-confidence and self esteem of humans and this has led to the emergence of.

The transition will be from a predominantly “sellers market” to a “buyer’s market” where the choice exercised by the consumer will be influenced by the level of consumer awareness Author: Sankalp Jain. Globalization and Consumer Culture. to the uses of other authors or other related concepts of the cultural globalization theory (hybridization, creolization, scapes).

the discourse of. A pervasive force that evades easy analysis, globalization has come to represent the export and import of culture, the speed and intensity of which has increased to unprecedented levels in recent years. The Cultures of Globalization presents an international panel of intellectuals who consider the process of globalization as it concerns the transformation of the economic into the cultural and 3/5(2).

Culture and Globalization For example, the influence of American companies on other countries' cultural identity can be seen with regard to food, which matters on two levels. First, food itself is in many countries an integral aspect of the culture. the elements of a particular culture will inevitably reflect consumer choice.

The International Conference on Globalization, Culture and Identity will be held at the Department of Social Sciences, Faculty of Liberal Education, of the FLAME University, Pune, Bangalore, India, on 25th and 26th February, The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 30th September, Background.

We live in liminal times; in threshold times. Overviewing the theory and empirical research as it relates to globalization and psychology, the book focuses on two key domains: social identity and collective action, and political ideology and g: consumer culture.

Introduction. Culture is crucial to consider when developing a marketing strategy. Cultural values, and the extent to which people adhere to values, profoundly influence how consumers evaluate and respond to marketing efforts (Alden et al.,Viswanathan and Dickson,Westjohn et al., ).The diffusion of products and technology enabling social communications, the widespread Cited by: Globalized neo-liberalization has become an unavoidable, powerful force that impacts all elements of social, cultural, and economic life and defines people's identities and their consumption preferences.

This chapter addresses the link between neoliberalism and consumer behavior, with a focus on non-Western societies. This chapter brings us closer to the core of globalization’s impact on identity, ideology, and action.

Many of the challenges and societal problems that arise through globalization find their roots in the consumption of goods and services. Furthermore, through globalization.

Globalization profoundly affects societies and individual consumers. Materialism is presumed to be a core characteristic of global consumer culture. Consumption-related values like materialism are pertinent for understanding the establishment, maintenance, and expression of cultural identity in the era of globalization.

Globalization and Consumer. Globalization and Consumer: Globalization can be defined differently from various perspectives. Definition 1: The intensification of worldwide social relations which link distant localities in such a way that local happenings are shaped events occurring many miles away and vice versa.

The accelerating pace of globalization, the buzzword sinceis the cause of numerous socio-cultural complexities. Owing to globalization, literary texts have assumed a vital role to students’ communicative and critical awareness of the world around them. Globalization shares with postmodernism themes such as plurality and loss of identity in.Globalization is now widely discussed, but the debates often focus on economic issues.

A lucid and engaging writer, John Tomlinson goes far beyond traditional discussions to analyze the wide-ranging cultural, social, and moral aspects of son begins this ambitious project by studying the relationship between globalization and contemporary culture, explaining the importance.The Impact of Globalisation on Cultural Identity According to my surveyees, “Globalization is the increase of trade worldwide; globalization is a closer contact between different parts of the world; the main goal of globalization is to create a global knowledge free market so that all countries benefit from each other's products.