By Matthew Sparke
Designed particularly for introductory globalization classes, Introducing Globalization is helping scholars to advance proficient evaluations approximately globalization, inviting them to turn into contributors instead of simply passive learners.
- Identifies and explores the key financial, political and social ties that contain modern international interdependency
- Examines a extensive sweep of subject matters, from the increase of transnational firms and international commodity chains, to worldwide healthiness demanding situations and rules, to problems with employee unity and international exertions markets, via to rising kinds of worldwide mobility through either company elites and their critics
- Written by way of an award-winning instructor, and superior all through by way of various empirical examples, maps, tables, a longer bibliography, word list of key phrases, and recommendations for extra studying and scholar research
- Supported by way of extra internet assets – on hand upon book at www.wiley.com/go/sparke – including hot hyperlinks to information reviews, examples of globalization and different illustrative websites, and archived examples of pupil projects
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By Tim Marshall
All leaders are limited by way of geography. Their offerings are constrained through mountains, rivers, seas and urban. certain, to appreciate global occasions you must comprehend humans, principles and movements...but in case you do not know geography, you will by no means have the entire picture.; to appreciate Putin's activities, for instance, it really is necessary to ponder that, to be a global energy, Russia should have a military. And if its ports freeze for 6 months every year then it should have entry to a hot water port - for this reason, the annexation of Crimea was once the best choice for Putin. to appreciate the center East, it will be important to understand that geography is explanation why nations have logically been formed as they're - and the reason is, invented nations (e.g. Syria, Iraq, Libya) won't live to tell the tale as kingdom states.; unfold over ten chapters (covering Russia; China; the united states; Latin the USA; the center East; Africa; India and Pakistan; Europe; Japan and Korea; and Greenland and the Arctic), utilizing maps, essays and sometimes the private reports of the commonly travelled writer, Prisoners of Geography seems on the prior, current and destiny to provide a necessary advisor to 1 of the main identifying elements in international historical past.
By Stuart Elden, Jeremy W. Crampton
Michel Foucault’s paintings is wealthy with implications and insights pertaining to spatiality, and has encouraged many geographers and social scientists to strengthen those principles of their personal examine. This ebook, the 1st to interact Foucault’s geographies intimately from a variety of views, is framed round his discussions with the French geography magazine Hérodote within the mid Nineteen Seventies. the hole 3rd of the publication includes a few of Foucault’s formerly untranslated paintings on questions of area, a variety of responses from French and English language commentators, and a newly translated essay by way of Claude Raffestin, a number one Swiss geographer. the remainder of the publication offers in particular commissioned essays which research the awesome reception of Foucault’s paintings in English and French language geography; situate Foucault’s undertaking traditionally; and supply a sequence of advancements of his paintings within the modern contexts of strength, biopolitics, governmentality and warfare. participants contain a couple of key figures in social/spatial concept resembling David Harvey, Chris Philo, Sara turbines, Nigel Thrift, John Agnew, Thomas Flynn and Matthew Hannah. Written in an open and interesting tone, the individuals talk about simply what they locate invaluable - and tricky - approximately Foucault’s geographies. it is a publication in an effort to either shock and problem.
By Max Quanchi
The South Seas, as this sector was once referred to as, conjured up photographs of event, belles and savages, romance and wonderful fortunes, however the lengthy voyages of discovery and exploration of the great Pacific Ocean have been particularly an workout in remarkable logistics, navigation, difficult grit, shipwreck and natural good fortune. The motivations have been clinical and geographic, yet while nationalistic and materialistic.
A sequence on international exploration and discovery wouldn't be whole with no this publication by means of Quanchi and Robson. it truly is bold and informative and contains the typical names of Laperouse, Bougainville, cook dinner and Dampier, in addition to the interesting tales of the Bounty Mutiny, scurvy, and the mysterious Northwest Passage, Terra Australis Ignotia and Davis Land. There are entries on first contacts, ships, navigational tools, mapping, and botany. The scene is thoroughly set within the creation, the chronology spans numerous centuries, and the huge bibliography deals a advisor to extra examining. There are greater than simply dry proof during this ebook. It has a whiff of salt air, the conflict of empires, cross-cultural seashore encounters and private experience.
By Averil Cameron
This completely revised and elevated variation of The Mediterranean international in past due Antiquity, now masking the interval 395-700 advert, presents either an in depth creation to past due antiquity and an instantaneous problem to traditional perspectives of the top of the Roman empire. major student Averil Cameron specializes in the alterations and continuities in Mediterranean society as a complete prior to the Arab conquests. new chapters survey the placement within the east after the demise of Justinian and canopy the Byzantine wars with Persia, non secular advancements within the japanese Mediterranean in the course of the lifetime of Muhammad, the reign of Heraclius, the Arab conquests and the institution of the Umayyad caliphate.
Using the most recent in-depth archaeological facts, this all-round ancient and thematic learn of the west and the jap empire has turn into the traditional paintings at the interval. the hot variation takes account of contemporary study on themes akin to the barbarian ‘invasions’, periodization, and questions of decline or continuity, in addition to the present curiosity in church councils, orthodoxy and heresy and the separation of the miaphysite church within the sixth-century east. It incorporates a new introductory survey of contemporary scholarship at the fourth century advert, and has a whole bibliography and broad notes with feedback for additional reading.
The Mediterranean international in past due Antiquity 395-700 advert is still the benchmark for courses at the heritage of overdue Antiquity and is indispensible to somebody learning the interval.
Casey starts with mythological and spiritual production tales and the theories of Plato and Aristotle after which explores the historical past of Neoplatonic, medieval, and Renaissance speculations approximately area. He provides a powerful heritage of the start of contemporary spatial conceptions within the writings of Newton, Descartes, Leibniz, and Kant and delineates the evolution of twentieth-century phenomenological techniques within the paintings of Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Bachelard, and Heidegger. within the book's ultimate part, Casey explores the postmodern theories of Foucault, Derrida, Tschumi, Deleuze and Guattari, and Irigaray.
By David B. Galbraith, D. Kelly Ogden, Andrew C. Skinner
Latter-day Saints are good conscious of the importance of the good urban of Jerusalem in our theology and within the heritage of God's dealings along with his humans. here's a precise contribution to the literature of the Church ready through 3 professors who've a mixed overall of thirty-five years place of abode and adventure in Jerusalem. Jerusalem, the everlasting urban stories the Holy urban from 2000 B.C. to A.D. 2000 â from Melchizedek to the Millennium. it's the first remedy of the importance of Jerusalem from an LDS standpoint. in the course of the disciplines of theology, historical past, geography, anthropology, archeology, linguistics, and political technological know-how, the publication is a complete research of Jerusalem's multifaceted effect on international historical past via 40 centuries.
By Chris Cooper
Now in its moment version, modern Tourism: a world process offers a brand new and fresh method of the learn of tourism, contemplating matters comparable to the altering global order, vacation spot advertising and marketing, tourism ethics, pro-poor tourism and implications for the styles and movement of tourism sooner or later.