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Historical lineage of globalization process. Arid Regions Geographic Studies. 2011; 1 (2) :1-10
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Now a day, globalization with its increasing trend has created a major ambiguity on the enlightenment of historical departure point of the existing transformations so that determining a certain lineage for it, so far, has not been possible. This article aims to investigate the globalization based on Foku's genealogy and with emphasis on continual annexation and fragmentation in the non-linear Excursion of history, rather than interpreting of globalization based on a linear and gradual approach. So, to evaluate the relationships between globalization and modernity or post-modernity in this paper, some of theories have been assessed and indigenous statuses of Iran have explained in order to historical lineage of globalization.
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Received: 27/Aug/12 | Published: 15/Jan/11

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