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Title: Globalization, Culture, and the Moroccan Identity
Authors: Merieme el amine
Keywords: Globalization
culture
identity
ethnicity
communication
media
transnationalization
geopolitics
migration
structuralization
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Series/Report no.: Numéro 6 2018;
Abstract: Culture differs from one nation to another. Each society has its own culture. It becomes, then, the characteristic that gathers a nation making of it a single entity. In this article, we will see the effects of globalization on culture and identy trying to involve Morocco in the process of facing and resisiting, in a way or another, such a power of the global concept which considers culture as being local but tending to become global.
Description: Al Alama
URI: http://dspace.univ-ouargla.dz/jspui/handle/123456789/20549
ISSN: 2478-0197
Appears in Collections:Al Alama N 07/ Vol 3, N2 2018

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