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Reflecting on the value and significance of education in the globalized era of the 21st century requires tackling global dynamics (economic, political, cultural, social, educational, etc.) with new forms of cooperation and democratic social organization to respond to the challenge of governance in a cosmopolitan society. Therefore, we consider that the new network societies promoting a better awareness of the problems of a local-global and global-local: the “glocal issues”.


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I would like to submit a press release for a recent book I published regarding international students studying in the U.S.  It is titled: Excuse Me, Can You Repeat That? How to Communicate in the U.S. as an International Students - A Reference Guide

Is this something you would consider?

Thank you,


Dear Cathy,

Thank you very much for your message, and congratulations for your book! ;)

As you can see in the magazine (, you could send us ( an academic paper as an abstract of your book, or also a "letter to the editor" in order to share your work.

Both of them will be revised by our council of edition, then I suggest you to talk about your work and just mentioned where to buy it (with a hyperlink also if you want to), because if you send us a very commercial text they won´t be agree to publish ok? ;)

Have a nice day! ;)

Best regards


Thank you Javier. I will forward an abstract onto the magazine per your instructions.

Enjoy your day,



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