Xenophobic Killings In South Africa And Economic Globalization: Emerging Issues

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In very recent years, there are ample proofs to the fact that the world has indeed become a global village as it were. This phenomenon which is called globalization describes the enhancement of world wide interdependence and the general awareness of deepening global connections. Globalization entails the growing integration of economies and societies and sometimes referred to as economic globalization. It is the growth of worldwide networks of interdependence which include the large scale operation of finance and business in world scale irrespective of national borders.

IFE Psychologia – Special Issue: Xenophobia Vol. 16 (2) 2008: pp. 173-179

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