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Edited by Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo, Wells College, Aurora, NY
Most people believe that gradual reforms are better than revolutions. But developing countries are experiencing tension by the spread of communication technology and global liberalization of the market. Scholars from different countries examine the reforms, the tensions, and the needs.
Edited by Wil Arts, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
In today's European arts and sciences most of the time we see not only other, but also our own cultural traditions and the different forms of modernity like a dim image in a mirror. The question this book addresses is whether it is possible to get an almost face-to-face intimacy with various ...
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