Knowledge, Culture and Learning: Surviving and Prospering in the Age of Globalization
This paper considers some of the cultural effects of globalisation, considered in a broad historical and disciplinary context.
||Globalisation, Global society and culture
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 9, pp.169-180.
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Dr Kauffman (Ph.D. ANU 1982) has also held visiting appointments at Konstanz University (2001) and the UBC (2004). His publications include Wik, Mining and Aborigines (Allen & Unwin) and Travelling Aboriginal Australia: Discovery and Reconciliation (Hyland House) and articles on global companies. Memberships FAIM, FASA.
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