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Rossi, Ino

Frontiers of Globalization Research

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Table of contents

1.Theoretical Perspectives

1. Globalization as an Historical and a Dialectical Process
Ino Rossi

2. Microglobalization
Karin Knorr Cetina

3. A Transnational Framework for Theory and Research in the Study of Globalization
Leslie Sklair

4. Global Systems, Globalization, and Anthropological Theory
Jonathan Friedman

5. The Eigenstructures of World Society and the Regional Cultures of the World
Rudolf Stichweh

6. Global Complexities
John Urry

2.Economic and Political Processes

7. Trajectories of Trade and Investment Globalization
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Andrew Jorgenson

8. Globalization and Uneven Development
Giovanni Arrighi

9. Globalization and Disintegration: Substitutionist Technologies and the Disintegration of Global Economic Ties
Robert K. Schaeffer

10. Social Integration, System Integration, and Global Governance
Margaret S. Archer

11. Globalization, Terrorism, and Democracy: 9/11 and Its Aftermath
Douglas Kellner

3.Studying Globalization: Methodological Approaches

12. Finding Frontiers in Historical Research on Globalization
Raymond Grew

13. Theoretical and Empirical Elements in the Study of Globalization
Saskia Sassen

14. Three Steps Toward a Viable Theory of Globalization
James N. Rosenau

15. Situating Global Social Relations
Martin Albrow

16. Toward a Framework for Global Communication: Durkheim, Phenomenology, Postmodernism, and the “Construction” of Place and Space
Ino Rossi

4.Commentaries and Discussion

17. “Globalization: In Search of a Paradigm”
Janet Abu-Lughod

18. A “New” Global Age, but Are There New Perspectives on It?
George Ritzer

19. “Globalization” as Collective Representation: The New Dream of a Cosmopolitan Civil Sphere
Jeffrey C. Alexander

20. Rationalization and Globalization in Neo-Weberian Perspective
Randall Collins

21. From Cosmopolitanism to a Global Perspective: Paradigmatic Discontinuity (Beck, Ritzer, Postmodernism, and Albrow) Versus Continuity (Alexander and Collins) and Emergent Conceptualizations (Contributors to this Volume)
Ino Rossi

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Keywords: SOCIAL SCIENCE / General SOC000000

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Society
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Ebook
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9780387335964

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