Street Protests and Fantasy Parks: Globalization, Culture, and the State
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Street Protests and Fantasy Parks: Globalization, Culture, and the State

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While global processes are fusing societies and economies more deeply than ever before, the editors argue that obituaries for the state are premature, if not wholly inappropriate. These essays examine a series of compelling case studies--the entertainment industry, citizenship, social activism, and wired communication--to assess the choices states have and the consequences...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by University of Washington Press (first published January 1st 2002)
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Vince
Published in 2002, Stein and Cameron's collection of articles on the social effects of globalization is still relevant. The closing chapter, written by the co-editors posits several possible futures for governments coping with the course of globalization. I found the options and commentary heavily favored their preferred model.
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