GLOBALIZATION SOCIAL: CHALLENGE OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

Vagner Rosalem, Antônio Carlos dos Santos

Abstract


The criticism of many of globalization is a consequence of directions it is taking. While globalization is a dynamic process in progress, its progress has occurred so unbalanced, creating political
instability, economic and social development in various regions of the planet. This paper demand, so theoretically, show the lack of social globalisation as one of the factors that have caused
imbalance in the dynamics of the globalization process. On the economic side there is that globalization occurs so rapidly and have reached the most distant points of the face of the
Earth, while the social side, there is that globalisation is absent in some regions, and in another both, it happens so slowly and without much interest. It is not worth the benefits of economic
globalization if there is the social globalisation. That and the challenge of the twenty-first century.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5902/198346592332




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