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Global Subjects: A Political Critique of Globalization

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Taking the plane or sending an e-mail: globalization has become part of the fabric of our daily lives. And yet it is often seen as an impersonal force that is threatening to destroy identities and undermine nation-states. In this major new book, Jean-Franois Bayart offers a radically new account of globalization which challenges the way it is interpreted both by ...more
Paperback, 373 pages
Published February 4th 2008 by Polity Press (first published February 11th 2007)
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