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Central Nervous System
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Global Village. E Pluribus .... people. This idea of the increasingly diversified world we are living in is called a "Global Village". The .... The Internet As A Global Village
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The Internet As A Global Village. Strictly speaking, the term "Global Village" is an oxymoron. What are some ways today's international .... Every Country is a Member of the Global Village
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Every Country is a Member of the Global Village. Living in the world overwhelming by globalization today, not any country can stand .... westernization
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.... points to the obvious when he says, "Every capital city in the world is getting to look like every other; it is Marshall McLuhan's global village, but the .... Marshall McLuhan
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.... Another of McLuhan's theories is the idea that advancement in communication technology has created (and is creating) a " �global village'. .... Today, after more than a century of electric technology, we have extended our central nervous system itself in a global embrace, abolishing both space and time as far as our planet is concerned.
The concept of global village was first popularized by Marshall McLuhan. He chose the phrase "global village" to express his insight that an electronic nervous system was rapidly integrating the planet, so that events in one part of the world could be experienced in real-time from other parts, which is what human experience was like when we lived in small villages. In other words, the global village is all the countries of the world when thought of as being closely connected by modern communications and therefore economically, politically, socially and environmentally...
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