Gender and Globalization as Represented in “The Song of the Exile”


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Gender and Globalization As Represented in The Song the of Exile
Globalization is a process in which the world is increasingly getting smaller as a result of technological and transportation innovations that bring people, information, goods and ideas to each other at a much faster pace. Accompanying this movement is the transfer of cultural and social norms. Globalization can be seen as a landscape with ever-changing images and players that shape and are shaped by movement across the globe. (Davids and van Driel, 2005) The nation-state which has defined the bounded political space for nearly a century becomes wiped away as new opportunities arise with movement. Winner of the 10th annual Hong Kong Film Awards, The Song of the...
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