Year 2020, Volume 4 , Issue 7, Pages 211 - 218 2020-02-28

GLOBALIZATION, CREOLE CULTURE AND CITIES IN THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST

Cengiz Karagöz [1]


Globalization is one of the most discussed issues as a mobility which has world-wide effects nearly on all of the world nations. As soon as globalization has emerged and been discussed for several decades, local cultures and creole cultures have also been studied as a result of controversies on interaction between globalization and localization. Mohsin Hamid’s fiction can be examined through the global and local cultures which cannot be separated from identities of individuals and cities that seem to be the basic carriers of cultural values. In The Reluctant Fundamentalist, he deals with the conception of creole culture and dilemma of a Pakistani immigrant in America and also changing milieu of both New York and Lahore in which globalization enters a contesting process with the local structures. Conceivably believing that there is not any obvious line between the global and the local spheres, the writer displays cultural consequences of globalization which do not signify any homogenization for cultural identities of cities and individuals.
Mohsin Hamid, Globalization, Creole Culture, Global, Local, Global Cities
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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Cengiz Karagöz (Primary Author)
Institution: Namık Kemal University
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : February 28, 2020

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APA Karagöz, C . (2020). GLOBALIZATION, CREOLE CULTURE AND CITIES IN THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST . The Journal of Social Science , 4 (7) , 211-218 . DOI: 10.30520/tjsosci.667210
MLA Karagöz, C . "GLOBALIZATION, CREOLE CULTURE AND CITIES IN THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST" . The Journal of Social Science 4 (2020 ): 211-218 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tjsosci/issue/52625/667210>
Chicago Karagöz, C . "GLOBALIZATION, CREOLE CULTURE AND CITIES IN THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST". The Journal of Social Science 4 (2020 ): 211-218
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AMA Karagöz C . GLOBALIZATION, CREOLE CULTURE AND CITIES IN THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST. TJSS. 2020; 4(7): 211-218.
Vancouver Karagöz C . GLOBALIZATION, CREOLE CULTURE AND CITIES IN THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST. The Journal of Social Science. 2020; 4(7): 211-218.