Definition of Global structures
Societal processes that transcend the borders of governments or particular civilizations are referred to as global structures. The structures are part of the historical evolution of humankind, which has undergone reformation, regeneration, and experimentation.
In sociology, global structures refer to the highest level of society distributed and permeated worldwide.
The transnational structures include the type of governments, system of family, marriage systems, socioeconomic institutions, religion, law, and any other social network that plays an essential role in the continued existence of society. Worldwide structures help in the study of social arrangements in society. The studies of Emile Durkheim about the division of labor explain the modernization of various worldwide social forms and macrostructures.
Globalization, diplomatic missions, and cross-border flow of goods have advanced socially constructed structures.
The diplomatic and economic relationship between established and UN-recognized countries is an example. They demonstrate worldwide communication, involved in intercontinental travel and trade relationships.