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Predatory Globalization: An Introduction to Interpretative Sociology

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Trends towards economic globalization are changing the world in fundamental respects. The author puts forward a strong case for challenging some central features of the current version of globalization. It is a case that rests politically on citizen activism across borders, what the author calls globalization from below. The author asks whether it is possible to restore th ...more
Published October 25th 1999 by Polity Press
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