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Informationen zum Autor PREET S. AULAKH is Assistant Professor of International Business at Michigan State University. His previou... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor PREET S. AULAKH is Assistant Professor of International Business at Michigan State University. His previous work on international entry modes! strategic alliances and technology licensing has appeared in various journals such as Journal of International Business Studies! Journal of Marketing and Journal of International Marketing.MICHAEL G. SCHECHTER is a Professor of International Relations at James Madison College of Michigan State University. His research and teaching interests focus on global governance and foreign policy decision-making. His most recent published works include editing Innovation in Multilateralism (1998) and The Future of Multilateralism: The Political and Social Framework (1998). He is also the author of the Historical Dictionary of International Organizations (1998). Klappentext Contributors from diverse disciplinary! ideological! and theoretical perspectives! examine the multiple aspects and dimensions of globalization. By employing a variety of methodological approaches! the authors provide insights into the role of numerous agents in furthering the process and project of present and future globalization(s)! as manifested in economic! political and cultural domains. Furthermore! they address the impacts of globalization in nation-states! emancipatory feminist and environmental movements! and migrant communities! as well as identify their participation in and opposition to the phenomena of globalization. Zusammenfassung Contributors from diverse disciplinary! ideological! and theoretical perspectives! examine the multiple aspects and dimensions of globalization. Inhaltsverzeichnis List of Tables! Illustrations and Figures List of Abbreviations and Acronyms Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors The Multidimensionality of Globalization: A Critical Perspective; P.S.Aulakh & M.G.Schechter PART ONE: ACTUALLY EXISTING GLOBALIZATION(S) Can Globality Bring a Good Society?; J.A.Scholte Actually Existing Globalization; P.Dorman Globalization and Power; H.H.Lentner Transnational Communities: Examining Migration in a Globally Integrated World; S.Gold Chinese and American Discourse on Modernity and Identity in the Modern Era: Issues of Cultural Universalism and Particularism in the Theory of Globalization; S.Qing PART TWO: THE IMPACTS OF GLOBALIZATION Globalization in the Developing World: State Capacity! Social Fragmentation and Embeddedness; G.Lambright & N.van de Walle Financial Globalization and its Impact on Emerging Markets; J.Yang Handicraft Communities in Globalization: Reflections from Salvadoran Experiences; J.P.P.Sáinz & K.Andrade-Eekhoff The Impacts of Globalization on Environmental Struggles in a South African City; C.Root! D.Wiley & S.Peek Globalization's Impact in the Marking/Marketing of Islam; H.Teegan & M.Teegan Daughters and Generals in the Politics of the Globalized Sneaker; C.Enloe PART THREE: BEYOND EXISTING GLOBALIZATION Blade Runner Capitalism: A New Narrative of Globalization; M.T.Jones The Future of Globalization: Toward a Post-hegemonic Consensus in Global Economic Policy; J.Zoninsein Index of Names Index of Subjects ...

Klappentext

Contributors from diverse disciplinary, ideological, and theoretical perspectives, examine the multiple aspects and dimensions of globalization. By employing a variety of methodological approaches, the authors provide insights into the role of numerous agents in furthering the process and project of present and future globalization(s), as manifested in economic, political and cultural domains. Furthermore, they address the impacts of globalization in nation-states, emancipatory feminist and environmental movements, and migrant communities, as well as identify their participation in and opposition to the phenomena of globalization.



Inhalt

List of Tables, Illustrations and Figures List of Abbreviations and Acronyms Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors The Multidimensionality of Globalization: A Critical Perspective; P.S.Aulakh & M.G.Schechter PART ONE: ACTUALLY EXISTING GLOBALIZATION(S) Can Globality Bring a Good Society?; J.A.Scholte Actually Existing Globalization; P.Dorman Globalization and Power; H.H.Lentner Transnational Communities: Examining Migration in a Globally Integrated World; S.Gold Chinese and American Discourse on Modernity and Identity in the Modern Era: Issues of Cultural Universalism and Particularism in the Theory of Globalization; S.Qing PART TWO: THE IMPACTS OF GLOBALIZATION Globalization in the Developing World: State Capacity, Social Fragmentation and Embeddedness; G.Lambright & N.van de Walle Financial Globalization and its Impact on Emerging Markets; J.Yang Handicraft Communities in Globalization: Reflections from Salvadoran Experiences; J.P.P.Sáinz & K.Andrade-Eekhoff The Impacts of Globalization on Environmental Struggles in a South African City; C.Root, D.Wiley & S.Peek Globalization's Impact in the Marking/Marketing of Islam; H.Teegan & M.Teegan Daughters and Generals in the Politics of the Globalized Sneaker; C.Enloe PART THREE: BEYOND EXISTING GLOBALIZATION Blade Runner Capitalism: A New Narrative of Globalization; M.T.Jones The Future of Globalization: Toward a Post-hegemonic Consensus in Global Economic Policy; J.Zoninsein Index of Names Index of Subjects

Produktinformationen

Titel: Rethinking Globalization
Untertitel: From Corporate Transnationalism to Local Interventions
Editor:
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EAN: 9780333753736
ISBN: 978-0-333-75373-6
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 285
Gewicht: 535g
Größe: H22mm x B217mm x T148mm
Jahr: 1999
Auflage: 1999

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