Global Awareness Society International

Proceedings of the Global Awareness Society International-2010

19th Annual Conference

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

May 2010

Table of Contents

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Culture and Society

Krakow: An International City with a Global Advantage for Poland

Jay Nathan, Ph.D.
St. John’s University
Queens, New York, USA

Investigating the Values of Politics, Education and Family of Polish Students

Christopher Brighton
Jagiellonian University

Linguistic Globalization as a Reflection of Cultural Changes

Alicja Witalisz
Pedagogical University of Cracow

Past and Future in the Life of Poles – A Young Person’s Perspective

Tomasz Szymczak
Wojska Polskiego 29/51, 18-400 Lomza, Poland

Should We Stay or Should We Go? Polish Emigration Abroad since 2004

CWanda Wierzbicka
Economic University
Krakow, Poland

Issues in Global Education

Innovative Use of ICT for Educational and Community Development: A Case Study of Two Educational Initiatives in SSA CollaborationmSchools in Tamil Nadu, India

Himani Verma
Educational Consultant with Learning Links Foundation

Regional Political Issues


Professor E. Ike Udogu
Dept. of Government & Justice
Appalachian State University

Global Business and Development

Marketers Need Cultural Introspection

Shreekant Joag
Tobin College of Business
St. John's University

The Impact of Globalization on the Polish Economy: The Case of the Tourist Sector

David Szemik
Jagiellonian University

The Situation of Young Poles in the Labor Market

Jarosław Rorat
Cracow University of Economics

The Relationship between Corporate Governance Mechanisms and Earnings Management: An Empirical Study on the Listed Firms in China

Dennis B. K. Hwang
Bloomsburg University

Jing Long
Dalian Nationalities University

Teng Shih Wang
Feng Chia University

Corporate Serfdom – A Consequence of Global Development

Mateusz Lewandowski
Jagiellonian University, Poland