Three of concepts: Modernism, Postmodernism and globalization

by Abdolmajid Arfaei Moghaddam and Amaludin ABD Rahman

This paper investigates modernism, postmodernism and globalization concepts. It emphasizes relations between these entities in the process of development and evolution of societies and views this process as an unavoidable fact. Modernism and postmodernism are both directly related to the globalization process. In general, modernism is considered as an artistic and literary movement accompanied by the lack of homogeneity and conformity that developed within the mainstream of scientific realms and structuralism. Postmodernism, which is inspired by post-structuralism, means changing modern policies and functions into more developed ones. But, globalization is moving ahead, inspired by modernism and
postmodernism toward fundamental changes in social life. The modernism and postmodernism views come along with a cultural sub-structure, and aims at creating
fundamental economic, social and political changes in developing countries and advance. These changes are in line with development and improvement aims and interests the countries. Globalization should be seen as a continuation of modernism and postmodernism periods.

Three of concepts Modernism, Postmodernism and globalization

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