A dictionary of globalization

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Globalization has become one of the most important topics within politics and economics. This new title explains some of the related terminology, summarizes the surrounding theories and examines the international organizations involved. With the proliferation of communications and the rise of the multi-national corporation, the concept of globalization is vitally important to the modern political environment. The structure of the modern economy, based on information production and diffusion, has made national boundaries largely irrelevant. A Dictionary of Globalization explains theories, philosophies and ideologies, and includes short biographies of leading activists, theorists and thinkers such as Noam Chomsky, Karl Marx and José Bové. Concepts, issues and terms key to the understanding of globalization also have clear and concise definitions, including democracy, civil society, non-governmental organizations and ethnicity. Cross-referenced for ease of use, this title aims to be of great benefit to anyone studying politics or sociology. It will prove essential to public and academic libraries, as well as to businesses, government departments, embassies and journalists.

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages312
ISBN (Electronic)978-0-203-85508-9
ISBN (Print)978-1-85743-332-6, 978-1-85743-518-4
StatePublished - 30 Sep 2007

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Paperback edition. Also available as an e-book

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  • globalization, modern political environment, information production, information diffusion, Noam Chomsky, Karl Marx, José Bové

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