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