TOWARDS A GLOBAL CULTURE: AN ORGANIZATIONAL PROJECT

Posted On Jul 23 2014 by

In the last thirty years positive and negative connotations have been attributed to globalization and its related issues. While interpretations on the advantageous side envision the images of ‘one world,’ ‘one culture,’ and support the idea of international cooperation, the opposite reactions, however, signal the fears of developing and underdeveloped countries. To its supporters, globalization advocates ‘inter-culturality’, which is a cultural model patterned by the Western countries, mainly the Anglo-American ones. Yet, globalization poses a threat to the growing economies of developing countries as well as to their culture-based state ideologies since a suggested over-all cultural hegemony is high on …