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The state of globalization in Korean localities : The case of Daejoen city

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Frame of Image  attenuation of Nation-State, as a cardinal point of globalization. The local autonomy, which was implemented on June 27 1995, is an inevitable phenomenon of worldwide trend. It is a sign of change indicating that the decisions on the nation's economy and the center of national activity have shifted from the capital to other parts of the local area. Also as the countries voluntarily ease their regulations of territorial sovereignties, to cope with the economic globalization, their economic structures are taking shapes over the border lines according to the structures of economic reform. This change has made the nation borders line less prominent, and regions of respective countries, so to speak, the local areas came to confront the world's economy system. The inevitable phenomena is a world wide trend which eventually brought up the globalization of the local areas by exposition to the world -which seemed to be only a part of a nation- that resulted in a phenomenon called 'Glocalization'. Local areas, which were merely subunits of national territories, to be expected to be an independent society of politics, economy and culture, that would substitute the nation. In order to cope with the immense challenge of globalization, researches on the local people's identity, basically based on their historical, cultural and ecological uniqueness, became necessary.
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Therefore, this paper has three objects. The first one is clarification of the definition of globalization, of which the


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Title The state of globalization in Korean localities
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The case of Daejoen city

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Author(English)

Kim, Jung Hie

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[Seoul]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2003
Pages 149
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management

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