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Volume 2 Issue 9

April 2016

Literature and Globalization
Dr. P. Asha, 
Assistant Professor, 
Department of Human Resource Management, GITAM Institute of Management, 
GITAM University, 
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
Abstract
This paper provides an overview of the debate over economic globalization and explores globalizationís effects on and implications through contemporary literature. The era of globalization is typically defined as a time in which the sovereignty of nation states has declined and modes of exchange operate with increasing ease and speed across national boundaries, producing configurations of power that exceed the boundaries of the nation-state This study suggests that globalizationís impact on literature is manifold, with both positive and negative associations. This paper compares and contrasts Amartya Senís view of economic globalization with that of Vandana Shiva.
Keywords
Globalization; Multi National Company; Special Economic Zone; Environment.
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