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In the maelstrom of globalization
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Economy, Subotica
Keywords: catalysis as a legitimate product of globalization
Abstract
The sense and importance of histerological view on globalization from the standpoint of evaluating current trends can be seen in the fact that the future as a hysteron, the tendency that can appear in the future, marks out its main roads, long-term changes, by its probable attributes. It is a superficial understanding that globalization, from its first visible embryo to extending in the future, is, at first, the result of geographic and economic connections based on new information technologies and new civilization accomplishments, and the aim is a faster development of non-developed countries. The reasons are deeper, de facto, the aims of imposition of these current trends and long-term tendencies. The general hypothesis, in accordance with the hysterological approach to the phenomenon could be occupying the position in the wider area (geographic, technological economic, intellectual, military) in the cruel struggle for survival in the future uncertain civilization whose traumatic indications have seriously undermined the very foundations of the contemporary saeculum.
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Mirković, M. (1923) Oskudica teorije. Nova Evropa, knjiga VIII, br. 18
 

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article language: Serbian
document type: Paper
published in SCIndeks: 03/12/2007

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