The globalization reader


The globalization reader

edited by Frank J. Lechner, John Boli

Blackwell, 2008

3rd ed

  • : pbk

大学図書館所蔵 件 / 22



First ed. published 2000

Includes index



This third edition of The Globalization Reader makes sense of globalization by conveying its complexity, importance, and contentiousness from diverse vantage points. With its broad coverage of political, economic, cultural, and individual dimensions, this volume provides readers with a comprehensive introduction to globalization. * Fully revised and updated with new material on economic globalization, the role of media and religion in cultural globalization, and the link between environmentalism and the globalization of social problems * Includes a wide variety of perspectives on globalization and captures some of the fault lines in current debates * Stimulates discussion by including provocative contemporary works and by structuring sections around arguments that serve as connecting theme


Sources and Acknowledgments. Preface to the Third Edition. General Introduction. Part I Debating Globalization. Introduction. 1 The Hidden Promise: Liberty Renewed (John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge). 2 How to Judge Globalism (Amartya Sen). 3 From the Great Transformation to the Global Free Market (John Gray). 4 Jihad vs. McWorld (Benjamin Barber). 5 The Clash of Civilizations (Samuel P. Huntington). Questions. Part II Explaining Globalization. Introduction. 6 The Modern World-System as a Capitalist World-Economy (Immanuel Wallerstein). 7 Sociology of the Global System (Leslie Sklair). 8 Realism and Complex Interdependence (Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye). 9 World Society and the Nation-State (John W. Meyer, John Boli, George M. Thomas, and Francisco O. Ramirez). 10 Globalization as a Problem (Roland Robertson). 11 Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy (Arjun Appadurai). 12 The Global Ecumene (Ulf Hannerz). Questions. Part III Experiencing Globalization. Introduction. 13 How Sushi Went Global (Theodore C. Bestor). 14 McDonald's in Hong Kong (James L. Watson). 15 Travelling Beyond Local Cultures (Martin Albrow). 16. Strong States, Strong Teachers (Bruce Fuller). 17. Strategic Inauthenticity (Timothy D. Taylor). Questions. Part IV Economic Globalization. Introduction. 18 Commodity Chains and Marketing Strategies: Nike and the Global Athletic Footwear Industry (Miguel Korzeniewicz). 19 The Global Economy: Organization, Governance, and Development (Gary Gereffi). 20 Incensed about Inequality (Martin Wolf). 21 Is Globalization Reducing Poverty and Inequality (Robert Hunter Wade). 22 Beyond Good Intentions: Corporate Citizenship for a New Century (Mary Robinson). 23 The Case Against 'Corporate Social Responsibility' (David Henderson). 24 Globalism's Discontents (Joseph E. Stiglitz). Questions. Part V Political Globalization I: The Demise of the Nation-State?. Introduction. 25 The End of the Nation State (Kenichi Ohmae). 26 The Declining Authority of States (Susan Strange). 27 Global Organized Crime (James H. Mittelman). 28 Has Globalization Gone Too Far (Dani Rodrik). 29 Partisan Politics in the Global Economy (Geoffrey Garrett). Questions. Part VI Political Globalization II: Reorganizing the World. Introduction. 30 The Emergence and Transformation of the International Women's Movement (Nitza Berkovitch). 31 The Evolution of Debates over Female Genital Cutting (Elizabeth Heger Boyle). 32 World Culture in the World Polity: A Century of International Non-Governmental Organization (John Boli and George M. Thomas). 33 Closing the Corruption Casino: The Imperatives of a Multilateral Approach (Peter Eigen). 34 Power Shift (Jessica T. Mathews). 35 The Backlash against NGOs (Michael Bond). Questions. Part VII Cultural Globalization I: The Role of Media. Introduction. 36 Media and Sovereignty: The Global Information Revolution and Its Challenge to State Power (Monroe E. Price). 37 Peripheral Vision (John Sinclair, Elizabeth Jacka, and Stuart Cunningham). 38 Cultural Imperialism (John Tomlinson). 39 Bollywood versus Hollywood: Battle of the Dream Factories (Heather Tyrrell). 40 Why Hollywood Rules the World, and Whether We Should Care (Tyler Cowen). Questions. Part VIII Cultural Globalization II: The Role of Religions. Introduction. 41 Global Fundamentalism (Frank J. Lechner). 42 Bin Laden and Other Thoroughly Modern Muslims (Charles Kurzman). 43 The Challenge of Fundamentalism (Bassam Tibi). 44 Globalized Islam: The Search for a New Ummah (Olivier Roy). 45 Obedience versus Autonomy: Women and Fundamentalism in Iran and Pakistan (Shahla Haeri). 46 The Christian Revolution (Philip Jenkins). 47 Expanding World Culture: Pentecostalism as a Global Movement (Frank J. Lechner and John Boli). 48 Globalizing Catholicism and the Return to a "Universal" Church (Jose Casanova). Questions. Part IX Changing World Society: Environmentalism and the Globalization of Social Problems. Introduction. 49 From One Earth to One World (World Commission on Environment and Development). 50 Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (UN Conference on Environment and Development). 51 Greenpeace and Political Globalism (Paul Wapner). 52. Environmental Advocacy Networks (Margaret E. Keck and Kathryn Sikkink). 53 The Amungme, Kamoro & Freeport: How Indigenous Papuans Have Resisted the World's Largest Copper Mine (Abigail Abrash). Questions. Part X Resisting Globalization: Critique and Action. Introduction. 54 Counterhegemonic Globalization: Transnational Social Movements in the Contemporary Political Economy (Peter Evans). 55 From Global to Local: Beyond Neoliberalism to the International of Hope (Gustavo Esteva and Madhu Suri Prakash). 56 Counter-Capitalism: Globalisation's Children Strike Back (James Harding). 57 Ecological Balance in an Era of Globalization (Vandana Shiva). 58 Tomorrow Begins Today (Subcomandante Marcos). 59 Porto Alegre Call for Mobilization (World Social Forum). 60 A Better World is Possible! (International Forum on Globalization). Questions. Index

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