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The globalization reader / edited by Frank J. Lechner, John Boli
3rd ed
Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., c2008
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HF1359 .G59 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) International economic relations
International economic relations -- Social aspects
International economic integration
Anti-globalization movement
Physical Description xvii, 501 p. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents pt. I. Debating globalization. The hidden promise : liberty renewed / John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge -- How to judge globalism / Amartya Sen -- From the great transformation to the global free market / John Gray -- Jihad vs. McWorld / Benjamin Barber -- The clash of civilizations? / Samuel P. Huntington -- pt. II. Explaining globalization. The modern world-system as a capitalist world-economy / Immanuel Wallerstein -- Sociology of the global system / Leslie Sklair -- Realism and complex interdependence / Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye -- World society and the nation-state / John W. Meyer, John Boli, George M. Thomas, and Francisco O. Ramirez -- Globalization as a problem / Roland Robertson -- Disjuncture and difference in the global cultural economy / Arjun Appadurai -- The global ecumene / Ulf Hannerz -- pt. III. Experiencing globalization. How sushi went global / Theodore C. Bestor -- McDonald's in Hong Kong / James L. Watson -- Travelling beyond local cultures / Martin Albrow -- Strong states, strong teachers? / Bruce Fuller -- Strategic inauthenticity / Timothy D. Taylor -- pt. IV. Economic globalization. Commodity chains and marketing strategies : Nike and the global athletic footwear industry / Miguel Korzeniewicz -- The global economy : organization, governance, and development / Gary Gereffi -- Incensed about inequality / Martin Wolf -- Is globalization reducing poverty and inequality? / Robert Hunter Wade -- Beyond good intentions : corporate citizenship for a new century / Mary Robinson -- The case against 'corporate social responsibility' / David Henderson -- Globalism's discontents / Joseph E. Stiglitz -- pt. V. Political globalization I : the demise of the nation-state? The end of the nation state / Kenichi Ohmae -- The declining authority of states / Susan Strange -- Global organized crime / James H. Mittelman -- Has globalization gone too far? / Dani Rodrik -- Partisan politics in the global economy / Geoffrey Garrett --
pt. VI. Political globalization II : reorganizing the world. The emergence and transformation of the international women's movement / Nitza Berkovitch -- The evolution of debates over female genital cutting / Elizabeth Heger Boyle -- World culture in the world polity : a century of international non-governmental organization / John Boli and George M. Thomas -- Closing the corruption casino : the imperatives of a multilateral approach / Peter Eigen -- Power shift / Jessica T. Mathews -- The backlash against NGOs / Michael Bond -- pt. VII. Cultural globalization I : the role of media. Media and sovereignty : the global information revolution and Its challenge to state power / Monroe E. Price -- Peripheral vision / John Sinclair, Elizabeth Jacka, and Stuart Cunningham -- Cultural imperialism / John Tomlinson -- Bollywood versus Hollywood : battle of the dream factories / Heather Tyrrell -- Why Hollywood rules the world, and whether we should care / Tyler Cowen -- pt. VIII. Cultural Globalization II : the role of religions. Global fundamentalism / Frank J. Lechner -- Bin Laden and other thoroughly modern Muslims / Charles Kurzman -- The challenge of fundamentalism / Bassam Tibi -- Globalized Islam : the search for a new ummah / Olivier Roy -- Obedience versus autonomy : women and fundamentalism in Iran and Pakistan / Shahla Haeri -- The Christian revolution / Philip Jenkins -- Expanding world culture : Pentecostalism as a global movement / Frank J. Lechner and John Boli -- Globalizing Catholicism and the return to a "universal" church / José Casanova -- pt. IX. Changing world society : environmentalism and the globalization of social problems. From one earth to one world / World Commission on Environment and Development -- Rio Declaration on Environment and Development / UN Conference on Environment and Development -- Greenpeace and political globalism / Paul Wapner -- Environmental advocacy networks / Margaret E. Keck and Kathryn Sikkink -- The Amungme, Kamoro and Freeport : how indigenous Papuans have resisted the world's largest gold and copper mine / Abigail Abrash -- pt. X. Resisting globalization : critique and action. Counterhegemonic globalization : transnational social movements in the contemporary political economy / Peter Evans -- From global to local : beyond neoliberalism to the international of hope / Gustavo Esteva and Madhu Suri Prakash -- Counter-capitalism : globalisation's children strike back / James Harding -- Ecological balance in an era of globalization / Vandana Shiva -- Tomorrow begins today / Subcomandante Marcos -- Porto Alegre call for mobilization / World Social Forum -- A better world is possible! / International Forum on Globalization
Alternate Author Lechner, Frank J
Boli, John, 1948-

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