|Title||Globalization and development in East Asia|
|Author||edited by Jan Nederveen Pieterse and Jongtae Kim|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2012|
|Descript||vi, 213p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction. -- Orientalization in globalization: a sociology of the promiscuous architecture of globalization, c.500-2010. -- Global rebalancing: crisis and the East-South turn. -- Profit, people, planet, and global rebalancing: the environmental implications of development in Japan, South Korea, China, and India. -- The West and East Asian national identities: a comparison of the discourses of Korean Seonjinguk, Japanese Nihonjinron, and Chinese new nationalism. -- East Asian community as hybridization: a quest for East Asianism. -- Japan, globalization, and East Asian dynamism. -- China's new development stage. -- Global specialization and the China-U.S. economic imbalance. -- Whither democracy? South Korea under globalization revisited. -- Democratic deepening in South Korea and South Africa in an age of global rebalancing: the potential role of civil society in the era internet.
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