Ideologies of globalization

@inproceedings{STEGER2004IdeologiesOG,
  title={Ideologies of globalization},
  author={MANFRED B. STEGER},
  year={2004}
}
  • MANFRED B. STEGER
  • Published 2004
Taking issue with Michael Freeden’s sceptical assessment that ‘it is far too early to pronounce on globalism’s status as an ideology’, this article seeks to establish that globalism not only represents a set of political ideas and beliefs coherent enough to warrant the status of a new ideology, but also constitutes the dominant ideology of our time against which all of its challengers must define themselves. After drawing careful analytic distinctions between often-conflated terms involving the… CONTINUE READING

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