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Globalization (Second Edition)

Malcolm Waters

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ISBN 10: 0415238544 / ISBN 13: 9780415238540
Published by Routledge/Rawat Booksellers, 2000
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The constraints of geography are shrinking and the world is becoming a single place. Globalization and the global society are increasingly occupying the centre of sociological debates. Widely discussed by journalists and a key goal for many businesses, globalization has become a buzz-word in recent years. In this extensively revised and restructured new edition of Globalization , Malcolm Waters provides a user-friendly introduction to the main arguments about the process, including a chapter on the critiques of the globalization thesis that have emerged since the first edition was published. 1. A World of Difference 2. Trading Places: The international economy 3. Open Spaces: The globalizing economy 4. States of Flux: International politics 5. Whither the State?: Globalizing politics 6. Clashing Civilizations: International cultures 7. New World Chaos: Globalizing cultures 8. Real World Arguments Printed Pages: 272. Bookseller Inventory # 56238

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Title: Globalization (Second Edition)

Publisher: Routledge/Rawat Booksellers

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:New

Edition: 2nd edition.

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The constraints of geography are shrinking and the world is becoming a single place. Globalization and the global society are increasingly occupying the centre of sociological debates. Widely discussed by journalists and a key goal for many businesses, globalization has become a buzz-word in recent years. In this extensively revised and restructured new edition of Globalization , Malcolm Waters provides a user-friendly introduction to the main arguments about the process, including a chapter on the critiques of the globalization thesis that have emerged since the first edition was published.

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Malcolm Waters teaches at the University of Tasmania.

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