Globalization (or globalisation) refers to various processes of international integration.
Globalism refers to various forms of ideological support for globalization.
An 2012 study, winner of the outstanding study award from the Israel Political Science Association, found that "the more people consider themselves to adhere to the values of globalization, consumerism, and individualism, and the more they regard themselves as “citizens of the world” exposed to globalization, the less likely they are to contribute to public goods and the more likely they are to seek to be “free riders” on the contributions of others. [...] As expected, a similar correlation was found between the level of globalization of the country and the participants’ contributions."
- Anti-globalization movement
- Bilderberg Meeting
- Contact hypothesis
- Council on Foreign Relations
- Davos Man
- Free trade
- Global warming
- Multinational corporation
- New World Order
- World on Fire
- More 'global' individuals contribute less https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/10/151008095104.htm
- More “Global” Individuals Contribute Less https://www.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/2012-12-16-11-30-12/new-media/1304-more-global-individuals-contribute-less.html