The Study of World Politics: Volume 2: Globalization and Governance
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Beschreibung"The Study of World Politics, Volume II: Globalization and Governance "is the second and final volume of a collection of essays by James Rosenau. James Rosenau's work is known for originality and clarity and the sixteen articles in this volume are no exception. The aim of this volume is to address the specific challenges posed by globalization and governance. The Issues covered in this book include: - The Challenge - tensions, contradictions, outcomes and global affairs - The Profession - community, globalized space and international relations - Globalization - complexities, contradictions and theory - Governance - understanding and future" The Study of World Politics "is the product of one of the most innovative scholars in the last half century and the subjects addressed provide the big picture whilst also being meticulous in detail. This volume gives the reader an unparalleled understanding of globalization and governance and is an invaluabletool to students and scholars alike.""
Inhaltsverzeichnis1. Introduction Part 1: The Challenge 2. The New Global Order: Underpinnings and Outcomes 3. Ominous Tensions in a Globalized World 4. Aging Agendas and Ambiguous Anomalies: Tensions and Contradictions of an Emergent Epoch 5. Global Affairs in an Epochal Transformation Part 2: The Profession 6. Material and Imagined Communities in Globalized Space 7. Many Globalizations, One International Relations 8. The Globalization of Globalization Part 3: Globalization 9. The Complexities and Contradictions of Globalization 10. Toward a Viable Theory of Globalization 11. Democracy and Globalization Part 4: Governance 12. Toward an Ontology for Global Governance 13. Governance in the 21st Century 14. Global Governance as Disaggregated Complexity 15. Change, Complexity, and Governance in Globalized Space 16. Strong Demand, Huge Supply: Governance in an Emergent Epoch Appendix A - Publications of James N. Rosenau
PortraitJames N. Rosenau is University Professor of International Affairs at The George Washington University, having previously been affiliated with three other universities. He is a former President of the International Studies Association (1984-85) and a holder of a Guggenheim Fellowship (1987-88). His books include Turbulence in World Politics: A Theory of Change and Continuity (1990), Along the Domestic-Foreign Frontier Exploring Governance in a Turbulent World (1997), and Distant Proximities: Dynamics Beyond Globalization (2003).
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2005
Seitenanzahl: 272 Seiten