Globalization Reader 2e
The editors have compiled the most relevant literature into a highly readable and accessible format. With its broad coverage of political, economic, cultural and individual dimensions, this volume provides readers with a deeper understanding of the globalization process. This new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated, with 30 new essays and a new section on anti-globalization movements. The editors have replaced several abstract articles from the first edition with livelier, more accessible essays that reflect the current scholarship. With new case studies, and a more international focus, this second edition aims to provide an even better introduction to globalization studies.
Table of Contents
1. Debating Globalization 2. Explaining Globalization 3. Experiencing Globalization 4. Economic Globalization 5. Political Globalization I: The Demise of the Nation-State? 6. Political Globalization II: Reorganizing the World 7. Cultural Globalization I: The Role of Media 8. Cultural Globalization II: Constructing Identities 9. Changing World Society: Environmentalism and the Globalization of Social Problems 10. Resisting Globalization: Critique and Action.