|Author||Robin Cohen and Paul Kennedy with Maud Perrier|
|Imprint||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013|
|Descript||xxxii, 455p. : ill ; 25 cm|
The making of global sociology. -- Thinking globally. -- Modernity and the evolution of world society. -- Work, production and finance. -- Political sociology: changing nation-states. -- Global inequalities: debates and case studies. -- Class, income and wealth. -- Gender and sexualities. -- Race, ethnicity and intersectionality. -- Corporate power and social responsibility. -- Crime, terrorism and violence. -- Population and migration. -- Globalization, families and social change. -- Consuming culture. -- Lifestyle and leisure. -- Media and the digital age. -- Global religion. -- Urban life. -- Global civil society and political activism. -- Towards a safe global environment. -- Identities and belonging. -- Conclusion: global uncertainties and ways forward.
|Political Science Library||301 C678G 2013||CHECK SHELVES|
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