3 edition of Globalization and Conflict found in the catalog.
Globalization and Conflict
May 1, 2000
by Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||290|
\/ James D. Morrow -- Extending the multicountry model of trade and conflict \/ Han Dorussen and H\u00E5vard Hegre -- The domestic roots of commercial liberalism: a sector-specific approach \/ Gerald Schneider and G\u00FCnther G. Schulze -- How globalization can reduce international conflict \/ Erik Gartzke and Quan Li -- Assessing the liberal. The links between economic globalization and cultural conflict are found at the level of the state and the level of the society. Global economic forces can weaken state institutions that ensure social peace, and can cause distinct cultural groups in multi-ethnic societies to .
The book questions how these national, state and global identifications are invoked through sporting structures and practices, both in the past and the present. Truly international in perspective, it features case studies from across Europe, the UK, the USA and China and touches on the topics of race, religion, terrorism, separatism. Get this from a library! Globalization and armed conflict. [Gerald Schneider; Katherine Barbieri; Nils Petter Gleditsch;] -- Globalization and Armed Conflict addresses one of the most important and controversial issues of our time: Does global economic integration foster or suppress violent disputes within and among.
the heart of the armed conflicts there), a general overview of education in Congo, and the Congolese conflict. Globalization According to Oluikpe (), “the essence of globalization can be captured in two key words: interconnectedness and interdependence” (p. 6). Proponents of globalization promisedFile Size: KB. Three Scenarios. Based on the literature reviews for globalization and ethnic conflict, let us attempt to understand three prevailing views of ethnic conflicts identified by Ishiyama: first, globalization and economic integration agitates ethno-political forces; second, globalization has intensified conflicts as a result of a backlash against encroachment of identity; thirdly, the link .
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Globalization and Armed Conflict addresses one of the most important and controversial issues of our time: Does global economic integration foster or suppress violent disputes within and among. : Globalization and Conflict (): Lawrence Sneden: Books.
Skip to main content. Try Prime Books. Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks Author: Lawrence Sneden. Conflict Theory and Globalization.
Conflict, or critical, theory is an approach to analyzing society that stresses the differences in power among social groups. This can be applied to classes within societies, or even to countries within the global economic and trading system.
The book questions how these national, state and global identifications are invoked through sporting structures and practices, both in the past and the present. Truly international in perspective, it features case studies from across Europe, the UK, the USA and China and touches on the topics of race, religion, terrorism, separatism Author: Paddy Dolan, John Connolly.
The Cultures and Globalization Series is designed to fill this void in our knowledge. Analyzing the relationship between globalization and cultures is the aim of the Series. Cultures and Globalization: Conflicts and Tensions and won various international prizes and recognitions for his scholarship.
Amongst his recent book publications. The literature on conflict and globalization has shed some light on these dynamics. However, what has not received as much attention is analysis of possible links between globalization and conflict resolution and prevention.
Therefore, the discussion that follows is an initial attempt to assess to what extent and in what ways globalization,File Size: KB. the conditions created by globalization. Some of those who study the economic aspects of globalization see armed conflicts as proof of negative political and social consequences follow-ing unsuccessful economic growth.
Others see it as the challenge to pursue a more uniform distribution of globalization’s benefits. The data demonstrate. conflicts, inspired by ethnic, sectarian, or religious grievances (Marshall, ).
Nonetheless, the number of those conflicts has begun to decline, and many have ended. Indeed, in vast areas of the world, conflicts are resolved peacefully, and different cultures live together or side by side without hostility or prolonged violent Size: KB.
In his new book, When Globalization Fails: The End of Pax Americana, James Macdonald comes daringly close to showing that globalization, as a system of interdependence among major states, is an inherently unstable system that breeds insecurity among.
Globalization, Valerie Hansen argues in her fascinating new book, with all its pluses and minuses — cultural exchange and conflict, winners and losers, the growth of. Globalization and conflicts in Africa By Oluniran Olufajo The book is being simplified for academic and pleasure reading for anyone who is curious to know more about the reasons why we have conflicting societies in Africa and also to understand moreAuthor: Oluniran Olufajo.
This book almost completely ignores cultural, political, and social aspects of globalization's effect on violence. Globalization is not just an economic effect and the title is a bit misleading. This is still a very good analysis of specific economic factors from various 3/5(1).
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Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. Managing Globalization: The integrated economy as a cause of war - Business - International Herald Tribune. In countries around the world, globalization has been blamed for increasing inequality, extinguishing local culture, enabling transnational crime and a host of other evils — with varying degrees of justification.
Case Study: Privatization and Bolivia’s Water Crisis. InBolivians in the city of Cochabamba took to the streets to protest the exploitative practices of a transnational company that had won the right to provide water services in the city.
 Anti-globalization activists celebrated this victory of mostly poor mestizo and indigenous people over capitalist giants, but the situation on. On to the twenty-first century.
Nobel Laureate Joe Stiglitz published Globalization and its Discontents in Tell us about it please. Joe Stigiltz’s Globalization and its Discontents is a book that anyone looking for a rounded set of perspectives on globalization should read. Joe Stiglitz has been one of the world’s leading economic theorists since the s.
It provides an in depth look at the major changes taking place in the region through the emergence of capitalist globalization.
It gets at the heart of the contradictory nature of globalization, discussing both the unique national and regional aspects of Central America but in relation to today's novel Cited by: globalization and contemporary African conflicts with case studies of conflict scenarios in four African countries namely, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Guinea to ascertain the extent to which globalization played a role in sustaining these : Jonathan Addo.
The author shows that the globalization of production has led to a series of shifts in the global security environment. It has a differential effect on security relations, in part because it does not encompass all countries and industries to the same extent.
The book's findings indicate that the geographic dispersion.the new conflicts that have come to characterize the post-Cold War era efforts to regulate the emerging patterns of conflict in the world.
Globalization and Conflict will be essential reading for students of strategic studies, security studies and international relations.Globalization and Challenges to Building Peace; Globalization and Challenges to Building Peace. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
This fascinating collected volume explores the relationship between world conflict, political unrest and the driving forces of Capitalism.