Globalization And Locality: Global Communication And Digital Revolution In The Borderless World Era


  • Ariesani Hermawanto Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Yogyakarta
  • Melaty Anggraini Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Yogyakarta



Globalization, Digital Revolution, Borderless world


Globalization is a phenomenon after the Cold War and continues in the era of the new millennium. It also has a direct impact on the community at the local level. The citizens' activities are easier because everyone can always be connected through the global information network. The approach used is related to the concept of glocalization, which means a global process which is then adapted by local.This paper focuses on the link between globalization and locality in an era of a world without borders.The findings in this paper is the paradox impacts from the reciprocal reaction between global processes and local due to the development of communication and the digital revolution that have beneficial and unfavorable impacts


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