Alter-globalization is a term used to describe“alternative globalization,” the word is from the French “altermondialisme”
The Corporation is a term used on a group of people joined in a common purpose to hold property, make contracts, and share profits according to the terms of a formal agreement or contract (charter) recognised by the state.
Democracy is a term used to describe a political system, in which the majority determine the government and policies — opposed to governments, established for example, by inheritance (such as those run by kings and aristocrats).
Globalization is a set of social processes, defined by various commentators in different and often contradictory ways depending upon their vantage points.
Neo-liberalism is a term used on a tenacious movement based on populist ideology, arguing for the reduction of bureaucracy and state control. Neo-liberalism is an exponent the need for a weak state, “free market”-based solutions.
Socialism is a term used in a political and economic system, which the people control both the government and significant elements of the economy, such as owning (or tightly regulating) factories.