Muhammad Syukri Salleh


This paper aims to suggest an approach to face globalisation.The approach is call dan approach from below,to mean strengthening of local popular participation,local wisdom and local values.These are important not only to align with the penetration of globalisation, but also to preserve local identity andempowerment. This paper is divided into two main sections.The first is to deliberateon the meaning and impact of globalisation,while the second is to suggest a strategy in facing the globalisation, through an approach from below, in volving bottom-upmechanisms,maximum tilisation of local wisdom,and the preservation of localvalues.


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