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Globalization Titles from Routledge

Globalization and the global society are increasingly occupying the center of sociological debates. Widely discussed by journalists and a key goal for many businesses, globalization has become a buzz-word in recent years. Below are few of the titles available from Routledge in this area

Globalization: A Reader
Charles Lemert, Anthony Elliott, Daniel Chaffee and Eric Hsu
Globalization offers a unique compilation of the major statements - across historical periods, political contexts, intellectual perspectives and academic disciplines - on the globalization debate, expertly guided by the editors. No other book that manages to wrap together the debates - historical and contemporary, academic and public - as does Globalization.

The Routledge Handbook of Globalization Studies
Bryan S. Turner, Wellesley College, USA
The Handbook offers students clear, informed chapters on the history of globalization and key theories that have considered its causes and consequences. Substantive sections examine military, economic, technological, social and cultural changes in globalization.

Globalization and Everyday Life
Larry Ray, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
This book explains the meanings of globalization as a concept, discussing the key debates and pointing towards new ways of understanding the process as a whole.

Globalization: The Key Concepts
Annabelle Mooney, Cardiff University, UK and Betsy Evans, University of Washington, USA
Globalisation: the Key Concepts offers a comprehensive guide to this highly topical and cross-disciplinary subject.

A Globalizing World?

Culture, Economics, Politics
David Held, London School of Economics, UK
A Globalizing World? offers a clear and intelligible guide to one of the key debates of our time, introducing the theoretical positions to examine globalization in practice, from the films we watch to the way we are governed.

Second Edition
Malcolm Waters
In this extensively revised and restructured new edition of Globalization, Malcolm Waters provides a user-friendly introduction to the main arguments about the globalization process.