Popular Youth Attitudes to Globalisation
This article presents the findings of a survey of senior high school students in South Australia which examines how they view and understand globalisation, what their attitudes are to the processes of globalisation and how they see themselves and their roles in this age of globalisation. The survey assesses the global experiences of the respondents through asking a series of questions about their life histories, overseas travel, use of overseas phone calls and use of computers and the Internet.
Lyons, T., & Tilling, M. V. (2004). Popular youth attitudes to globalisation. The Social Educator, 22(3) 42-51.