Readings in Globalization: Key Concepts and Major Debates
March 2010, ©2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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Introduces globalization through its basic concepts, rather than thematically; a distinctive approach that provides students with a better grasp of what social science has to offer on the topic
Utilizes concepts from interdisciplinary sources, bringing together work from key figures across a number of fields - from Weber and Marx, to contemporary figures in the field, including Beck, Bauman, Castells, and Homi Bhabha
Includes excerpts to illustrate ideas, all at an appropriate level of difficulty for an undergraduate audience
Offers all of this in the dynamic context of major debates surrounding the basic concepts and the fundamental realities of globalization
Designed so it can be used independently, or alongside Ritzer’s Globalization: A Basic Text for a complete student resource