Globalization: The Key Concepts

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INDEX
9/11 15–16, 123, 132, 134, 138
acceleration 8, 9, 35–9
of media 40–5
music and 44—5
Afghanistan 135
Africa 37, 38
Afunakwa 115
AIDS 124, 126–7
al-Qaedal5, 127–8, 135, 153
Ali, Tariq l37
Amin, Samir 2, 12
Amselle, Jean-Loup 59, 107, 108
anarchism 78—9
Anderson, Benedict 24, 30, 35, 51
on anarchism 78—9
on nationalism 102—3
on state 15, 57
Anderson, W.T. 141
anthrax 127—8
anthropology 3
anti-globalization 4
Appadurai, Arjun 30, 89, 92, 107
Appiah, Kwame Anthony 91, 148
Apple 62, 99 see also Macintosh
Aquinas, Thomas 17
Augé, Marc 29–30, 59
avian flu 4, 9, 124
Bach, Johann Sebastian 23
Baltic states 27
Barber, Benjamin 59–61, 85
Barloewen, Constantin von 51
Bartok, Bela 114
Bauman, Zygmunt 39, 62, 91, 95, 100, 103, 123, 128, 141
Bayart, Jean François 66, 108
Beck, Ulrich 62, 71, 123, 124, 128, 131
Beethoven, Ludwig van 23
Bell, Daniel 149
Bergson, Henri 20
Bertelsmann 75
bin Laden, Osama 134, 137, 151
bird flu see avian flu
BJP (Bharatya Janata Party) 102, 144, 145–6
Black Death 34
Boeing 99
borders 95
Bosnia 102
Bourdieu, Pierre 41—2
Brazil 76, 133
Buenos Aires 87
Burger King 98
Burundi 136
Bush, George W. 1 5
butterfly effect 69–70, 129
Cairo 87
calendars 19
Canada 101
Cancun 100
Cape Town 88, 100
capitalism 27—8, 67, 153
car industry 98—9
Castells, Manuel 10–11, 45, 61, 71–2, 74, 75, 137–8, 150
Castles, Stephen 101
Castro, Fidel 132
Caxton, William 24
cellphones/mobile phones 3, 44, 72—3, 81
Chase-Dunn, Christopher 3, 92
Chiapas 147
child pornography 135

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Disembedding 15
  • 2: Acceleration 33
  • 3: Standardization 51
  • 4: Interconnectedness 69
  • 5: Movement 91
  • 6: Mixing 107
  • 7: Vulnerability 123
  • 8: Re-Embedding 141
  • Questions for Essays and Class Discussion 155
  • Annotated Guide for Further Reading 159
  • General Bibliography 163
  • Index 171
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