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By Vlasta Kunova, Martin Dolinsky

The phenomenon of globalization is now well-known as a key think about the post-modern civilization and touches each citizen of our planet. problems with globalization currently appear in approximately all disciplines and study parts. curiosity in globalization, its manifestations and developments are strengthened through the truth that conversation and shipping structures, move of capital and data, inhabitants migration and the construction of "social networking" – as a result electronic revolution – are speedily developing.
This e-book is offering an outline of papers due to an International convention in Vienna, equipped by way of the Pan-European collage (PEU). The Conference’s examine goals have been the research, synthesis and comparability of current affects of globalization on these clinical disciplines that are within the centre of Pan-European University’s educational orientation. hence medical groups and participants from the fields of legislations, economics, media sciences, informatics and psychology outlined their scholarly reviews and conclusions. Interdisciplinary study on complicated matters reminiscent of globalization may well finally supply leading edge and artistic ideas. The great benefit for the researchers attending used to be the chance to match and talk about their perspectives at once with their international colleagues. the alternative for the Technical collage of Vienna as the location to prepare the convention, symbolized the overseas measurement of the sphere of study.

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