Politics, Global Territories and Educational Spaces
by Rosa Nidia Buenfil-Burgos - 2009
The links between globalization and territory seem to constitute a productive matter to discuss, since one of the most visible processes we are witnessing at an existential level involves massive and multi-directed migrations from less developed places to others upon which hopes of better opportunities have been conferred, and this traveling has educational effects. People from rural areas go to cities, thousands of persons from Africa and Asia migrate to Europe (from Turkey to Germany, from Algeria to France, from India and Pakistan to the UK, and so on), especially from previous colonies to the countries that were the colonizer.
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