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Lessons Learnt From Transnational Companies

Transnational companies have proven their success. And where success can be proven, lessons can be learnt. Lessons which can be applied to achieve growth, widen the reach and enter the next level of your own company. Here are some hand-picked exemplary cases of transnational companies, where key lessons can be learned to ensure success. Adapting […]

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From Different Worlds for One Purpose – Ecological Transnationalism

Issues that concern ecological factors around the world cannot be handled by one country alone. Every nation has to come together if a change has to be made on a global scale. Over the last three decades, ecological literature has grown and thrived. However, because of the lack of communication, ecological trans-nationalists were not able […]

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Transnationalism and Culture – Part 2

We continue our study into how transnationalism influences the exchange of ideas between two countries and how this exchange can affect the culture of both nations. Because of modern day technology in both communications and transport it has brought about new maximizing of benefits to both new host nations and previous residences. So, peoples from […]

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Transnationalism and Culture – Part 1

Transnationalism changes many things, from literature to food, languages and traditional activities. In other words, transnationalism affects culture. But what is transnationalism? Definitions do vary but most center on exchanges and connections crossing borders, in some respects it is a little bit being neither here nor there. Exchanges can mean many things but in transnationalism […]

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World Policy & Transnationalism – Part 2

The second part of our blog continues looking at the migration of Mixtecs and Zapotecs into parts of California and sees how it has changed not only the Indigenous peoples but also the culture of where they have settled and their homeland when they have returned. In part one we ended by mentioning a new […]

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World Policy & Transnationalism – Part 1

A big question arises in the question of transnationalism and that is, how has migration affected indigenous cultural and political identities? An example of this was recently studied in how the Indigenous Oaxacans living in California today have managed to maintain their rich cultural heritage and keep exchanging cultural ideas with their old communities back […]

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Transnational Poetry in Modern Arabia– Part 2

The second part of our blog looking at transnational poetry in modern Arabia continues to look at the differences between composition of literature of the Arabs who remained in their homeland to write, and those who had settled in other lands. Arabic poetry may have been classed as so because it is written in Arabic, […]

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Transnational Poetry in Modern Arabia – Part 1

This blog investigates the transnational movements that help shaped poetry in modern Arabia. It is written to engage conversation about poetic commitment and development of literature especially poetry in Iran and Iraq. We look at the modern poetry of Arabia and compare it to modern Persian literature. Break Poetry’s Back In a 1947 collection from […]

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Transnationalism and Immigrant Integration – Part 2

In part one of this blog to understand the impact immigration has on transnationalism, we saw a change in the reason why people move from one country to another. The old catalysts for migration are now still as valid, but no longer the major driving factor behind why there is global migration. Poverty and political […]

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Transnational Cinema – Part 2

In this second part of our blog into trying to understand the term transnational cinema and what it actually means. We once again try to define what transnational cinema actually is, and by comparing it to other types of cinema we might get closer to the truth. The Transnational Cinema Transnational cinema could be a […]

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