It focuses on the Gwangji Uprising and considers Korean experiences and possible Asian and global social movements using its example, considering local conflicts and relationships to Korea as a whole.
What does GSM stand for?
GSM stands for Global Social Movement
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 246 other meanings of GSM in our Acronym Attic
- Georgia Square Mall (Athens, GA)
- German Seamen’s Mission
- Ghajnsielem (postal locality, Malta)
- Gigabit Ethernet Switching Module (Xylan)
- Gimme Some Money (Spinal Tap song)
- Ginebra San Miguel, Inc
- Global Sales Management (various organizations)
- Global Service for Mobiles
- Global Service Manager (Sprint)
- Global Shared Memory
- Global Society Makers (India)
- Global Standard for Mobile
- Global State Manager
- Global Studies Minor (various schools)
- Global Supply Management (various companies)
- Global Support Message
- Global System for Mobile Communications (cellular phone technology)
- Global System Manager
- Global Systems Mobile (telecommunication)
- Global, Strategic, Major (market segments)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Protester Symon Bailey, 31, of Sutton Coldfield, said: "We are part of a global social movement, which originates from the May 15 movement in Madrid, Spain.
His The World Bank: A Critical Primer is written from within and for that growing global social movement.
Just how to continue to engage the broader global social movement in discussions and actions that understand gender relations as transversal and cross-cutting--starting with the body--within the many struggles of social justice movements is not so clear.
What if this march was part of a global social movement in response to what this country has done to families and the nations they were born into?
The human rights paradigm is an evolving discourse which rests on interpretations that are fueled by global social movements and ever-changing political landscapes.
People concerned about such issues are using new channels to express their political interests, through global civil society networks and global social movements.