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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.7, No. 8)

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Page : 849-854

Keywords : Globalization Neoliberalism Multimodal Composition Feminism.;

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Globalization is a complex phenomenon incorporating myriads socio-economic and cultural implications. The proponents of globalization only posit its benefits and cite instances of how the global traffic of ideas and capital has benefitted all nation states. Its critics are overtly critical about it. They argue that globalization is a neo-colonization project used by the rich and the powerful states to further hegemonize the weaker nation sates. In other words, the rewards of globalization are reaped only by powerful states. There are, however, some who adopt a middle path to show what works with globalization and what doesn?t, and that it has its own pros and cons. This paper will lean on scholars like Amartya Sen, John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge, and John L. McKnigh among others to analyze socio-economic dimensions of globalization, particularly paying attention to multimodal composition, and feminism and how globalization is impacting the way teaching learning takes place in classrooms across the globe.

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