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emerging global citizen

A. A. Gostev

emerging global citizen

essays on the evolution of human consciousness

by A. A. Gostev

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Published by Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Psychology, Center for Philosophical Education & Inquiry in Moscow, San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World citizenship.,
  • Consciousness.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAndrei A. Gostev, J.C. Tucker.
    SeriesZemlyanin ;, 1, pt. 1
    ContributionsTucker, J. C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ1320.4 .G67 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 51 p. ;
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL425646M
    LC Control Number98131455

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    InThe Global Citizen, Donella Meadows challenges us to view the world as an interconnected system for which we are all responsible. This collection of the best of Meadows's environmental writings demonstrates her rare ability to discuss complex issues such as population, poverty and development, and solid waste disposal in a clear, concise, engaging way for a wide audience.   For the global citizen, self-understanding and cultural identity are defined by the lack of belonging to a specific culture. Global citizens lose their sense of belonging and become strangers to society, but in return they gain the freedom of self-expression and self-definition since they are unfettered by the normative constraints of culture and society.

    This webpage is the result of a project completed with my friend and colleague, John Prezio. Our project was funded by the Ontario Teachers' Federation and is aimed at providing rich ideas and resources for thoughtfully developing global citizens. The vision for Ontario's social studies, history, geography, and Canadian and world studies programs is: "to enable. GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP 2 Importance of Developing Global Citizenship In the modern world, global or world citizenship is increasingly important particularly due to the dynamic nature of the world. Day by day, the modern world witnesses the transcending of physical and ideological boundaries existent in the past because of the time and space shifting occasioned by globalization.


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