Roots of Asia's Entangled Globality
Drawing upon Therborn's and Dirlik's ideas of entangled modernity, this paper attempts to contextualize Asia's rapid economic development and modernity redefining it as entangled globality. The idea of entangled modernity is particularly relevant to understand two seemingly disparate modes of social transformation. The changes in East and South Asia, India and China are creating opportunities for new formulations of democracy and capitalism in West Asia economic and educational developments have created new opportunities for social equality.
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Khondker, Habibul Haque, "Roots of Asia's Entangled Globality" (2017). All Works. 3007.
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