The author analizes present-day movements against neoliberal globalization as a "liquid" aggregate of individuals and groups that mobilize on specific issue (peace, development, environment, human rights, etc.). The author investigates the movements' distinctive features both fron historical and analytic point of view. Transnational ideology, a democratic spirt and participation appear as the main feature of a global civil society that fights for democratization of all international organizations (G8, Wto, Imf, World Bank, Eu, etc.) establishing world-wide communicative and political networks, proposing new life styles and redefining the boundaries of the political in a democratic and participatory way.

"Il movimento antiglobalista: Genealogia e portata della societa' civile globale"

DE NARDIS, FABIO
2004

Abstract

The author analizes present-day movements against neoliberal globalization as a "liquid" aggregate of individuals and groups that mobilize on specific issue (peace, development, environment, human rights, etc.). The author investigates the movements' distinctive features both fron historical and analytic point of view. Transnational ideology, a democratic spirt and participation appear as the main feature of a global civil society that fights for democratization of all international organizations (G8, Wto, Imf, World Bank, Eu, etc.) establishing world-wide communicative and political networks, proposing new life styles and redefining the boundaries of the political in a democratic and participatory way.
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