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Globalization and the Politics of Resistance By Edited by Barry K. Gills

Globalization and the Politics of Resistance
by Edited by Barry K. Gills

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Its impressively wide-ranging set of contributors engage in re-thinking what practices now constitute viable political strategies in the world economy, focusing on popular responses to neoliberal globalization and the rearticulation of society, politics and the state.
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Globalization and the Politics of Resistance by Edited by Barry K. Gills

The paradox of 'globalization' is that it both weakens and activates social forces of resistance. This book establishes the centrality of 'the political' in our understanding of globalization and explores the new 'strategies of resistance' emerging on local, national, regional and global scales. Its impressively wide-ranging set of contributors engage in re-thinking what practices now constitute viable political strategies in the world economy, focusing on popular responses to neoliberal globalization and the rearticulation of society, politics and the state.

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Globalization and the Politics of Resistance Reviews


'No subject could be more important for the new century than popular resistance to globalization. This groundbreaking book marries theory and practice, tackling the problem head-on, with both realism and political imagination.' - Susan George

'Both world globalization and the complex reality are intelligently contested in this fascinating volume of studies of contemporary resistance. This is the sort of analysis that can bring the squabbling family of antisystemic movements together in a common struggle for a democratic and collectively rational global commonwealth.' - Christopher Chase-Dunn

'An impressive array of contributors. It is both timely and important that these essays should reach a wider audience. Globalization badly needs to be understood as something that can be contested. This volume gives insight into how this is already beginning to be done all over the world.' - Anthony J. Payne

'...a useful contribution to the existing literature on the subject.' - Bhubhindar Singh, ASEAN Economic Bulletin

'...the volume tackles various important issues about the process of globalization and the strategies of resistance in terms of both theory and practice. It is a useful contribution to the existing literature on the subject, especially when everyone is still trying to come to terms with the globalization phenomenon.' - ASEAN Economic Bulletin

About Edited by Barry K. Gills


LOUISE AMOORE Lecturer, Department of Government, University of Northumbria, UK TERRY BOSWELL Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Department, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia CHRISTINE B.N. CHIN Assistant Professor of International Relations, School of International Service, American University, Washington D.C. IAN R. DOUGLAS Visiting Scholar, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University RICHARD DODGSON Research Fellow, Health Policy Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London RICHARD FALK Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law and Practice, Princeton University JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH Professor Emeritus in Economics, Harvard University JEFFREY HART Professor of Political Science, Indiana University, Bloomington R.J. BARRY JONES Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, University of Reading PAUL LANGLEY Research Officer, City Council of Newcastle upon Tyne ROBERT LATHAM Director, Social Science Council, MacArthur Foundation Program on International Peace and Security, Columbia University DON MARSHALL Research Fellow, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of the West Indies SANDRA MACLEAN Research Fellow, Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, Canada JAMES H. MITTLEMAN Professor, School of International Service, American University, Washington, D.C. ADAM DAVID MORTON Doctoral candidate, Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth CYRIL OBI Research Fellow, Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Lagos, Nigeria MUSTAPHA KAMAL PASHA Associate Professor of Comparative and International Political Economy, American University, Washington, D.C. JAN NEDERVEEN PIETERSE Associate Professor in Sociology, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague ASEEM PRAKASH Assistant Professor, Department of Strategic Management and Public Policy, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. FAHIMUL QUADIR Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, Canada MARK RUPERT Associate Professor of Political Science, Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs JOHANNES DRAGSBAEK SCHMIDT Assistant Professor, Research Centre on Development and International Relations, Aalborg University, Denmark TIMOTHY M. SHAW Professor of Political Science and International Development Studies, Dalhousie University DIMITRIS STEVIS Associate Professor of Political Science, Colorado State University KENNETH P. THOMAS Associate Professor of Political Science and Fellow, Centre for International Studies, University of Missouri-St. Louis PETER WATERMAN Retired - formerly Institute of Social Studies, The Hague IAIN WATSON Department of Politics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

Table of Contents


List of Tables and Figures Foreword: The Social Left and the Market System; J.K.Galbraith Acknowledgements List of Acronyms Notes on the Contributors PART I: GLOBALIZATION AND RESISTANCE: THINKING THROUGH POLITICS Introduction: Globalization and the Politics of Resistance; B.K.Gills Overturning 'Globalization': Resisting Teleology, Reclaiming Politics; L.Amoore, R.Dodgson, B.K.Gills, P.Langley, D.Marshall & I.Watson Conceptualizing Resistance to Globalism; J.Mittleman & C.Chin Resisting 'Globalization-From-Above' Through 'Globalization-From-Below'; R.Falk Globalization versus Community: Stakeholding, Communitarianism and the Challenge of Globalization; R.J.B.Jones Globalization and Democratic Provisionism; R.Latham Rearticulation of the State in a Globalizing World Economy; J.A.Hart & A.Prakash False Prophets and the Politics of the Retreat of the State; I.R.Douglas PART II: STRATEGIES OF RESISTANCE: FROM THE LOCAL TO THE GLOBAL Social Movements, Local Places and Globalized Spaces: Implications for 'Globalization from Below'; P.Waterman From National Resistance to International Labor Politics; D.Stevis & T.Boswell Globalization and American Common Sense: Struggling to Make Sense of a Post-Hegemonic World; M.Rupert Globalization and Emancipation: From Local Empowerment to Global Reform; J.N.Pieterse 'Corporate Welfare' Campaigns in North America; K.P.Thomas Neoliberal Globalization, Social Welfare and Trade Unions in Southeast Asia; J.D.Schmidt Globalization, Islam, and Resistance; M.K.Pasha Mexico, Neoliberal Restructuring and the EZLN: A Neo-Gramscian Analysis; A.D.Morton Globalization and Local Resistance: The Case of Shell versus the Ogoni; C.I.Obi Structural Adjustment and the Response of Civil Society in Bangladesh and Zimbabwe: A Comparative Analysis; S.J.MacLean, F.Quadir & T.M.Shaw Index

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GOR007183467
Globalization and the Politics of Resistance by Edited by Barry K. Gills
Edited by Barry K. Gills
International Political Economy Series
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Palgrave Macmillan
2000-04-07
321
0333970306
9780333970300
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