AN EVULUATION ON GLOBALIZATION AND NATION-STATE THE RELATIONSHIP

Abstract

Author(s): Mine G├ľZ├ťB├ťY├ťK TAMER

With the changes in the economic, political and cultural fields since the 1980s; the class struggle in the modern era and politics is gradually decreasing, modernist ideologies are in crisis, etc. is thought and the idea that these changes create a new period, a new situation or a new social stage, which we call post-modernity, has come to the fore in academic and public discourse. It would not be wrong to say that this century's policies are largely shaped around the ongoing debate on the state's ideal size and power. Among such discussions, concepts such as globalization, capitalism, nation-state, nationalism, democracy and civil society have come to the fore and started to be questioned. The subject of meanings, processes, factors and benefits attributed to each concept is a subject of discussion in many disciplines such as economics, politics, sociology, and philosophy. Thinkers are expressing their ideas on the topic in their discussion platforms or articles, and the future of capitalism, the consequences of globalization, the dead ends of democracy, etc. In this context, the search for a third way becomes more important. When the 21st century entered, these discussions gained depth and intensity, and the uncertainty and crisis environment made the situation more complicated. With this study, the process was evaluated based on the discourses of modern sociology theorist Jurgen Habermas and Anthony Giddens on globalization and the nation-state relationship; the common and different sides of both thinkers have been revealed

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