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Globalization in the Third World
An examination of the effect of globalization on relationships between religion, science and politics in the third world.
# 124668 | 1,750 words | 12 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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This paper examines works by Stille, Gould, and Boyarin to show how religion, science, and politics in the Third World are affected by globalization.

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"In Alexander Stille's "The Ganges' Next Life", the Ganges River is the focus for how India is changing and needs to change in order to survive. An ancient river that serves as a religious emblem to an ancient people, the Ganges, however, is changing in response to globalization. The Indian religious rituals centering on the Ganges have been brought forward from the past, but in view of the changes that have occurred to..."

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