Social scientist and geographer Doreen Massey has contributed a terrific article on the obfuscation of multiculturalism and globalization. The two terms, so often misunderstood, actual bear tremendous significance in situating London in a set of global interactions. Massey argues that London (and its government by association) must rethink and offer alternative forms of globalization, not just the corporate, through which these notions of identity and multiculturalism may find a place.
Posted by: Jaffer Kolb on 22/06/07



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