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Globalization and Culture 4 Volume Set


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Central Currents in Globalization Series:
The concept of 'globalization' has in an extraordinarily short time become the dominant motif of the contemporary social sciences. Central Currents in Globalization is an integrated collection of four multi-volume sets that represent the systematic mapping of globalization studies. The series sets out the contours of a field that now crosses the boundaries of all the older disciplines in the social sciences and humanities. The result is a gold-standard collection of over 320 of the most important writings on globalization, structured around four interrelated themes: Violence; Economy; Culture; and Politics.
The series editor, Paul James (RMIT, Australia), is joined by sixteen internationally-renowned co-editors from around the globe who bring their subject expertise to each volume, including Jonathan Friedman, Tom Nairn, R.R. Sharma, Manfred Steger, Ronen Palan and Micheline Ishay. Together the four sets provide an unparalleled resource on globalization, providing both broad coverage of the subject, historical depth and contemporary relevance.
Features:
- Compiles the most important English-language articles and translations in the various sub-themes of globalization.
- Combines contemporary and classic pieces, together with some lesser-known works that have nevertheless made a major contribution.
- Represents the vast range of cultural, philosophical and political approaches, both within and beyond the dominant British and North American traditions.
- Each volume employs the same accessible structure: Historical Developments, Key Debates and Critical Projections.
- Each volume is introduced by an accessible and broad-ranging 10,000 word overview, and each section is prefaced by short contextualizations of the chosen articles.
Globalization and Culture:
This third set of volumes addresses culture in the form of global communications, global religions, global-local consumption, and ideologies of globalism.
Volume 1: Global Communications (with John Tulloch, Brunel University, UK
Volume 2: Global Religions (with Peter Mandaville, George Mason University, USA)
Volume 3: Global-Local Consumption (with Imre Szeman, McMaster University, Canada)
Volume 4: Ideologies of Globalism (with Manfred Steger, University of Illinois, USA)

Inhaltsverzeichnis

VOLUME 1: GLOBALIZING COMMUNICATIONS - Edited by Paul James and John Tulloch
Globalizing Communications: A critical introduction - John Tulloch and Paul James
Part I: Historical developments: Establishing global communications networks
Networks of Universalization - Amand Mattelart
The Politics of Global Media Reform - Robert Pike and Dwayne Winseck
The Globalization of Electronic News in the Nineteenth Century - Terhi Rantanen
Part II: Globalizing News Wars: Neo-liberal and counter globalizations
Media Discourse on Globalization and Terror - Andrew Rojecki
Deterritorialized Wars of Public Safety - Allen Feldman
Unveiling Imperialism: Media, gender and the war on afghanistan - Carol A. Stabile
Signs of the Times - Naomi Klein
The New Digital Media and Activist Networking with Anti-Corporate Globalization Movements - Jeffrey S. Juris
Part III: Globalizing Electronic Networks and the World Wide Web
Network Cities and the Global Structure of the Internet - Anthony M. Townsend
Global Networks and the Effect on Culture - Alexander R. Galloway
Democratic Global Internet Regulation? Governance networks, international law and the shadow of hegemony - Jochen von Bernstorff
eEmpires - Rita Raley
Part IV: Debating the Consequences of Globalizing Communications
The New Disconnect: The globalization of the mass media - Gertrud Koch
The Ground Floor of the World: On the socio-economic consequences of linguistic globalization - Philippe van Parijs
Globalizing Surveillance: Comparative and sociological perspectives - David Lyon
The Potential Risks of the Local in the Global Information Society - Helena Tapper
The Locals Strike Back? Media globalization and localization in the new asian television landscape - Indrajit Banerjee
The Right to Choose a Culture - Johan Norberg
Part V: Critical Projections
Culture, Globalization, Mediation - William Mazzarella
Media Systems, Public Life and the Democratic Project: Theorizing public spheres in the era of mass communication - Luke Goode
Cyberspace, Globalization and Empire - Oliver Boyd-Barrett
Cultures of Cosmopolitanism - Bronislaw Szerszynski and John Urry
VOLUME II: GLOBALIZING RELIGIONS
Peter Mandaville and Paul James - Edited by Paul James and Peter Mandaville
Part VI: Historical Developments - Globalizing Religions: A critical introduction
Beyond Cultural Imperialism: Cultural theory, christian missions and global modernity - Ryan Dutch
Islam as a Special World-System - John Voll
Part VII: Conceptualizing Globalization and Religion
Globalization and Religion - Peter Berger
The Religious System of Global Society - Peter Beyer
Humanity, Globalization and the World-Wide Religious Resurgence: A theoretical explanation - Roland Robertson and JoAnn Chirico
Part VIII: Globalization and Religious Movements: Theologies old and new
Multiple Modernities: Christianity, islam, and hinduism in a globalizing age - Robert W. Hefner
Religious Movements and Globalization - James Beckford
The Globalization of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity - Joel Robbins
The Sociohistorical Meaning of Liberation Theology - Enrique Dussel
Part IX: Globalization and the Changing Boundaries of Religion: New spaces of consumption, practice and organization
Globalization and the Religious Production of Space - Elizabeth McAlister
Globalization and Religious Organizations: Rethinking the relationship between church, culture, and market - James V. Spickard
New Religions and the Internet: Recruiting in a new public space - Lorne L. Dawson and Jenna Hennebry
Reimagining Islam - Peter Mandaville
Part X: Debating the Globalization of Values and Identities
The Clash of Civilizations? - Samuel P. Huntington
The Clash of Ignorance - Edward Said
Globalization and Religious Nationalism: Self, identity and the search for ontological security - Catarina Kinnvall
Multiple Modernity, Nationalism and Religion: A global perspective - Willfried Spohn
Part XI: Critical Projections
Religion, the New Millennium and Globalization - Jose Casanova
Notes on Religion and Globalization - Renato Ortiz
Cosmopolitan Virtue: On religion in a global age - Bryan S. Turner
VOLUME III: GLOBAL-LOCAL CONSUMPTION - Edited by Paul James and Imre Szeman
Global-Local Consumption: A critical introduction - Imre Szeman and Paul James
Part XII: Historical Developments
Some Passages Pertaining to the Concept of World Literature - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Conjectures on World Literature - Franco Moretti
A Sweet Lullaby for World Music - Steven Feld
Part XIII: Global and Local Cultures
Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy - Arjun Appadurai
Cosmopolitans and Locals in World Culture - Ulf Hannerz
Globalization and International Tourism in Developing Countries: Marginality as a commercial commodity - Victor Azarya
The Globalization of Football: A study in the Glocalization of the "Serious Life" - Richard Giulianotto and Roland Robertson
Sport and the Repudiation of the Global - David Rowe
Part XIV: Global Literatures, World Music and Commercial Culture
Console Video Games and Global Corporations: Creating a hybrid culture - Mia Consalvo
World Music Does Not Exist - Timothy Brennan
Transports of the Imagination: Some relations between globalization and literature - Simon During
Fake Logos, Fake Theory, Fake Globalization - Hsiao-hung Chang
Part XV: Debating McDonaldization and Global Homogenization
Islands of the Living Dead: The social geography of McDonaldization - George Ritzer
McDonaldization: Linearity and liquidity in consumer cultures - Bryan S. Turner
The Tyranny of the Brands - Naomi Klein
Local Consumption Cultures in a Globalizing World - Peter Jackson
Globalizations Cultural Consequences - Robert Holton
Part XVI: Critical Projections
Cultures of Circulation: The imaginations of modernity - Benjamin Lee and Eward LiPuma
Lived Effects of the Contemporary Economy: Globalization, inequality and the consumer society - Michael Storper
Culture and Globalization, or, the Humanities in Ruins - Imre Szeman
Millennial Capitalism: First thoughts on a second coming - Jean Comaroff and John L. Comaroff
VOLUME IV: IDEOLOGIES OF GLOBALISM - Edited by Paul James and Manfred B. Steger
Ideologies of Globalism: A critical introduction - Manfred B. Steger and Paul James
Part XVII: Historical Developments: From heliocentrism to globalism
Globalism and Tolerance in Early Modern Geography - Denis Cosgrove
How to Judge Globalism - Amartya Sen
Ideologies and the New International Economic Order - Robert Cox
When Ignorant Armies Clash at Night: Homogenous community and the planetary aspect - Paul Gilroy
Part XVIII: Dominant Ideologies of the Present: From market globalism to imperial globalism
Globalization and the Nostalgic Paradigm - Roland Robertson
Globalization, Literacy and Ideology - Ruqaiya Hasan
Globalization and Ideology: The competing images of the contemporary japanese economic system in the 1990s - Bai Gao
The New Feudalism: Globalization, the market, and the great chain of consumption - Tim Duvall
Americans Again, or the New Age of Imperial Reason? Global elite formation, its identity and ideological discourses - Jonathan Friedman
In the Name of Freedom Comes a Totalizing War-Machine - Paul James
From Market Globalism to Imperial Globalism: Ideology and American power after 9/11 - Manfred Steger
Part XIX: Alternative Ideologies of the Present: From anti-capitalist localism to global Islam
Anarchism and the Anti-Globalization Movement - Barbara Epstein
Anti-globalization: The global fight for local autonomy - Amory Starr and Jason Adams
The Washington Consensus Meets the Global Backlash - Robin Broad
Practices of Global Capital: Gaps, cracks and ironies in transnational call centres in india - Kiran Mirchandani
The Globe Downshifted - Serge Latouche
Global Liberalism Versus Political Islam: Competing ideological frameworks in international politics - Fiona B. Adamson
Part XX: Debating a World in Cleavage or an Emerging Global Synthesis
Jihad vs. McWorld - Benjamin R. Barber
Between McWorld and Jihad - Naomi Klein
Hybrid Modernities: Mélange modernities in Asia - Jan Nederveen Pieterse
The Emerging Global Normative Synthesis - Amitai Etzioni
Part XXI: Critical Projections and the Future of Globalism
Globalism, Ideology and Traditions - J rgen Habermas
Globalization: An ascendant paradigm? - James Mittelman
The Collapse of Globalism: And the rebirth of nationalism - John Rawlston Saul
Theorizing Globalization - Douglas Kellner

Portrait

Paul James is Director of the Globalism Institute at RMIT in Australia, an editor of Arena Journal, and on the Council of the Institute of Postcolonial Studies. He has received a number of awards including the Japan-Australia Foundation Fellowship, an Australian Research Council Fellowship, and the Crisp Medal by the Australasian Political Studies Association for the best book in the field of political studies. He is author/editor of many books including, Nation Formation: Towards a Theory of Abstract Community (Sage Publications, 1996). His latest books are Global Matrix: Nationalism, Globalism and State-Terrorism (Pluto, 2005), and Globalism, Nationalism, Tribalism: Bringing Theory Back In (Sage Publications, 2006). His interests are threefold: first, globalism, nationalism and localism, including the changing nature of the nation-state and the effects of an emergent level of global integration; second, social theory with a concentration on theories of culture, community and social formation; and third, contemporary politics and society with an emphasis on debates over technology and social change. With John Tulloch is Professor of Sociology at Brunel University, UK. His research and publications have ranged from film and television studies and theatre through literary theory to history and sociology. His work in film and television theory has shifted from historical analysis to more current production/audience analyses of popular television, such as Australian soap opera and British TV science fiction. Notable influences on his work have been Raymond Williams and Stuart Hall and more recently Ulrick Beck. Peter Mandaville is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public and International Affairs and Co-Director of Mason's Center for Global Studies. He has authored numerous book chapters and journal articles, contributed to publications such as the International Herald Tribune and The New Republic, and consulted extensively for media, government and non-profit agencies. Much of his recent work has focused on the comparative study of religious authority and social movements in the Muslim world. His current research includes projects on Muslim leadership in the West and the relationship between globalization and development. Imre Szeman is Senator William McMaster Chair of Globalization and Cultural Studies at McMaster University. He is the founder of the Canadian Association of Cultural Studies and a founding member of the Cultural Studies Association (U.S.). His main areas of research are globalization, visual cultural studies, contemporary popular culture and social and cultural theory. He has published more than fifty articles and book chapters on a range of topics. Manfred B. Steger is Professor of Global Studies and Academic Director of the Globalism Institute at RMIT University. He is also Program Leader of 'Globalization and Culture', in the Global Cities Institute at RMIT University. He has delivered many lectures on globalization, ideology, and nonviolence in the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia. He serves on several editorial boards of academic journals as well as on the advisory boards of several globalization research centers around the world.
EAN: 9781412919531
ISBN: 1412919533
Untertitel: Four-Volume Set. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SAGE PUBN
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2009
Seitenanzahl: 1720 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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