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...’ herself. By understanding the nature of the border, people can also acquire ‘a border perspective’ as proposed by Martínez. This kind of perspective works similar to Anzaldúa’s. In the process of understanding both sides of the border, the process of un-learning the dominant discourse happens. In Mignolo and Tlostanova’s terms, it is known as the critical border thinking.
Border’s definition also develops and changes as time goes by. Along with the globalization with its rapid connectivity, increased mobility and free market, the borders “are in constant transition, and the shape they take in the future will influence multiple arenas, whether political, social, economic, or cultural.” Ergo, the border become “more flexible, more permeable, and more blurred” (Romero 15). The future of a borderless world is approaching and the interactions will be more challenging.
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