Looking for a reader on globalization that is just as exciting as the topic itself? That comprehensively covers the issues and perspectives you and your students want to talk about? That frames the readings with clear, substantial, and original analysis by a pair of preeminent scholars? In their new edited volume, Mansbach and Rhodes offer the guidance students need to work through the varied and lively selections of scholarly and journalistic, theoretical and practical pieces, from both U.S. and international writers.
I. AN INTRODUCTION TO GLOBALIZATION
1. What Is Globalization And What Are Its Origins?
2. Technology And Globalization
3. Economic Globalization Demonizing Neoliberal Economics
II. THE DIMENSIONS OF GLOBALIZATION
4. Political Globalization Global Civil Society
5. Security Globalization
6. Cultural Globalization Different Approaches to Globalization and Culture
7. Globalization And Migration Migration Myths
8. Environmental Globalization: A Hazardous World
9. The Future of the Nation-State
10. The Challenge of Nationalism
11. Human Rights and Democracy in a Globalizing World Evolving Human Rights
12. Is Globalization A Good Thing?
13. Alternative Globalizations Humanistic Globalization?
14. The Future of Globalization