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Global Social Change: Historical and Comparative Perspectives epub ebook

by Christopher Chase-Dunn,Salvatore J. Babones

Global Social Change: Historical and Comparative Perspectives epub ebook

Author: Christopher Chase-Dunn,Salvatore J. Babones
Category: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press; 1 edition (September 22, 2006)
Pages: 384 pages
ISBN: 0801884233
ISBN13: 978-0801884238
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Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Salvatore Babones. of new tools and concepts for making sense of these realities.

Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Salvatore Babones. Global Social Change: Historical and. Comparative Perspectives. This collection of both new and. previously published essays offers a host of new ideas and fresh approaches through the lens of. world-systems analysis.

The essays in Global Social Change explore globalization from a world-systems perspective, untangling .

The essays in Global Social Change explore globalization from a world-systems perspective, untangling its many contested meanings. This perspective offers insights into globalization's gradual and uneven growth throughout the course of human social evolution. In this informative and exciting volume. Salvatore J. Babones is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Pittsburgh.

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Global Social Change book. In this informative and exciting volume, Christopher Chase-Dunn and Salvatore J. Babones bring together accomplished senior sociologists and outstanding younger scholars with a mix of interests, expertise, and methodologies to offer an introduction to ways of studying and understanding global social change.

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Historical and Comparative Perspectives. Johns Hopkins University Press. The essays in Global Social Change explore globalization from a world-systems perspective, untangling its many contested meanings.

Global Social Change Historical and Comparative Perspectives. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-8018-8423-3 (alk. paper)-ISBN 0-8018-8424-1 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Social change. I. Chase-Dunn, Christopher K. II. Babones, Salvatore J. HM831. G495 2006 30. 8'2-dc22 2005032615.

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The essays in Global Social Change explore globalization from a world-systems perspective, untangling its many contested meanings. This perspective offers insights into globalization's gradual and uneven growth throughout the course of human social evolution.

In this informative and exciting volume, Christopher Chase-Dunn and Salvatore J. Babones bring together accomplished senior sociologists and outstanding younger scholars with a mix of interests, expertise, and methodologies to offer an introduction to ways of studying and understanding global social change.

In both newly written essays and previously published articles from the Journal of World Systems Research, the contributors employ historical and comparative social science to examine the development of institutions of global governance, the rise and fall of hegemonic core states, transnational social movements, and global environmental challenges. They compare post–World War II globalization with the great wave of economic integration that occurred in the late nineteenth century, analyze the rise of the political ideology of the "globalization project"―Reaganism-Thatcherism―and discuss issues of gender and global inequalities.

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