Reflections on the effects of globalisation on local tradition

  title={Reflections on the effects of globalisation on local tradition},
  author={W. Jang and B. Chon},
  journal={The Journal of International Communication},
  pages={81 - 97}
  • W. Jang, B. Chon
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of International Communication
In the 1990s both the end of the Cold War and the emergence of the globalisation have had a great impact on world polity, which has resulted in the support of westernised humanistic principles within the context of cultural universalism. These issues were taken into consideration at the 1993 World Conference on Human Rights held in Vienna, which confirmed that the 1948 Declaration is a universal value. Most nonwestern countries have strongly been encouraged to adopt the standards of these… Expand
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