Social Sciences: The Big Issues

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2.1 Seeing is believing: foetal image 27
5.1 Cultural capital: getting physical 113
5.2 Emile Heskey at the European Qualifiers in 2002: racism lives on? 128
6.1 9/11: the World Trade Center 135
6.2 Global marketing? Manchester United Megastore 143
6.3 Global fandom 144
6.4 Anti-globalization demonstrations, 2002 150

Figures
2.1 Factors that contribute to our identities 24
2.2 The image interpreted 27
4.1 Median individual gross income, by gender and age, Great Britain, 1999-2000 82
4.2 The circuit of culture 88
4.3 Credit and debit card spending by type of purchase, UK, 2000 90

Tables
4.1 Earnings by occupation, Great Britain, April 2000 81
4.2 Wealth ownership, UK 83
5.1 Population by ethnic group and age, Great Britain, 2000-2001 126
6.1 Features of globalizers and non-globalizers 153
6.2 Globalization: optimistic and pessimistic views 153

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