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The SAGE handbook of globalization

Author: Manfred B Steger; Paul Battersby; Joseph M Siracusa
Publisher: Los Angeles : Sage Reference, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st editionView all editions and formats
The SAGE Handbook of Globalization is a comprehensive and authoritative resource on the subject, covering topics on a wide and interdisciplinary scale. Reaching well beyond the confines of international relations and political science, it encompasses sociology, anthropology, history, media and cultural studies, economics and governance, environmental sustainability and many more key areas that this timely discipline  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Manfred B Steger; Paul Battersby; Joseph M Siracusa
ISBN: 9781446256220 1446256227
OCLC Number: 881553860
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Globalization: An Agenda - Paul BattersbyApproaches to the Study of Globalization - Manfred StegerMarket Globalism - Manfred StegerJustice Globalism - Erin K. WilsonContemporary Feminist Approaches to Globalization - Katrina Lee-KooLocal, Radical, Global: From International Relations to Insurrectional Relations - Nevzat Soguk"War Crimes": The Justice Dispositif - Michael J. ShapiroToward a Global History of the World - Paul BattersbyGovernments and Citizens in a Globally Interconnected World of States - Hans SchattleDiplomacy in the Age of Globalization - Joseph SiracusaThe globalization of economic relations - Istvan BenczesReligion and Globalization - Victor RoudometofCultural Imperialism - Lane CrothersSubaltern Subjects - Paul BattersbyLocating the Global South - Lisandro E. ClaudioGlobalization and the Asia Pacific and South Asia - Ehito KimuraForces of Mobility & Mobilization: Indigenous Peoples Confront Globalization - Hokulani K. Aikau and Jeff Corntassel"Africa and Globalization" - Isaac KamolaBetween Politics, Economics and the Human Condition - Paul BattersbyHegemonic Stability and Hegemonic Change: "Transitioning" to a new Global Order? - M. Scott SolomonThe Rise of the Global Corporation - Deane NeubauerMarket Volatility and the Risks of Global Integration - Ravi K. Roy and Thomas D. WillettGlobal Oil and the Fallacy of Middle East Oil Dependency - Cyrus BinaEU-US Economic Relations - Aiden WarrenTechnologies of Globalization - Paul BattersbyTimetabling Globalization: Technology, Travel and Peripheral Integration - Paul BattersbyGlobalization and Media: Creating the Global Village - Jack LulePopular Music and Globalization - Yara El-GhadbanNew Social Media and Global Self-Representation - Chris HudsonBiotechnology and the Reinvention of the State of Nature - Samantha Frost"Old" Space and the New GlobalityMobility, diversity and community in the global city - Val Colic-PeiskerGlobalism in Sport - Barrie WhartonReconfiguring Place: Art and the Global Imaginary - Linda WilliamsThe Globalization of Governance - Paul BattersbyThe United Nations Meets the Twenty-first Century: Confronting the Challenges of Global Governance - Thomas G. Weiss and Ramesh ThakurDevelopment: "Good Governance" or Development for the Greater Good? - John McKayNew Rulers of the World? Brazil, Russia, India and China - Mark R. BrawleyThe Nuclear Non-proliferation Regime and the Search for Global Security - Joseph M. SiracusaNew spheres of global authority: Non-State Actors and Private International Law - James GoodmanThe Responsibility to Protect - John JanzekovicInternet Governance: International Law and Global Order in Cyberspace - Pauline C. ReichGlobal Society: Some Preliminary Observations - Paul BattersbyPeopling the Globe: New Social Movements - Irina VelicuGlobal Migration and Mobility - Anne McNevinGlobalization and the Occupy Movement: Media Framing of Economic Protest - Amy Skonieczny and Giuliano MorseConstructing and Obstructing Identities: Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality - Julian CH LeeThe Unlawful Society: Global Crime and Security in a Complex World - Paul BattersbyGlobal Rebellions or Just Insurgencies? - Joseph M Siracusa"Nonviolence and Globalization" - Amentahru WahlrabRevolution Without Borders: Global Revolutionaries, Their Messages and Means - James DeFronzo and Jungyun GillReligion in Global Conflict - Mark JuergensmeyerWars of the Twenty-First Century, Global Challenges: the View from Washington - Joseph M. SiracusaThe Local and the Global Responsibilities of Business - Paul BattersbyGlobalization and Intellectual Property - Debora HalbertINGOs and development management: the tensions and challenges of being `business-like' - Michael Moran and Elizabeth BraniganA Global Compact? - Glen David KueckerGlobal Sustainability in Question - Paul BattersbySustainable Economic Systems - Sebastian PlociennikEnergy Security in an Age of Globalization - John LeeGlobal Food Security: The Challenge of Feeding the World - Monika Barthwal-DattaPeople-Centred Development - Jonathan MakuwiraPrinciples of Global Diversity - Paul BattersbySustaining Linguistic Diversity: Biocultural Approaches to Language, Nature and Community - Shanthi RobertsonGlobal Reconciliation: Responding to Tension through a Local-Global Process - Paul James and Elizabeth KathBridging Cultures: Negotiating Difference - Aigul KulnazarovaDiversity and the Discourses of Security and Interventions - Damian GrenfellConclusion - Paul Battersby
Other Titles: Handbook of globalization
Responsibility: edited by Manfred B. Steger, Paul Battersby and Joseph M. Siracusa.


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