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Political and Economic Foundations in Global Studies

1st Edition

Edited by Michael R. Anderson, Stephanie S. Holmsten

Routledge

222 pages

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Political and Economic Foundations in Global Studies provides an innovative introductory examination of the global forces shaping the world today, seen through political and economic lenses.

Along with its companion, Social and Cultural Foundations in Global Studies, the book exposes students to the historical contours of, and the key concepts and processes that underlie, the interconnections among individuals, societies, organizations, and governments. As in the rest of Routledge’s Global Studies series, the Foundations books employ a two-part strategy: conceptual underpinnings explored in the first part are enlivened by case studies in the second. Special features magnify the utility of the text:

• Text boxes are employed to expand and emphasize specific material: they are used to open up the coverage to related topics or to call attention to especially critical material, such as historical milestones or key vocabulary.

• Resource boxes offer links that point readers to sources—mostly online—on the topics discussed and establish a rich archive of additional material for readers to draw on.

• At the same time, back-of-chapter References and Further Research lists help students to trace the material used by authors or to follow more general leads relating to the topics covered in the chapters.

• Images highlight specific details of the case studies, helping to bring the subjects alive.

Table of Contents

Part One: Background, Theories, and Contexts

Chapter 1 - What Is Global Studies? A Political and Economic Perspective

Michael R. Anderson and Stephanie S. Holmsten

Chapter 2 - Historical Foundations

Michael R. Anderson

Chapter 3 - U.S. Globalism and the Present World Order

Michael R. Anderson

Chapter 4 - Key Concepts and Processes: Empire and Imperialism

Michael R. Anderson

Chapter 5 - Key Concepts and Processes: Development

Stephanie S. Holmsten

Chapter 6 - Key Concepts and Processes: Security

Michael R. Anderson and Stephanie S. Holmsten

Chapter 7 - Key Concepts and Processes: Sustainability

Stephanie S. Holmsten

Chapter 8 - Key Concepts and Processes: Governance

Stephanie S. Holmsten

Part Two: Case Studies

Chapter 9 - Introduction to the Case Studies

Chapter 10 - Regional and Global Impacts of Post-Gaddafi Libya

Brandon Gentry

Chapter 11 - The Anti-Apartheid Movement in the Western World: Segregation, Revolution, and the Creation of a Global Civil Society

R. Joseph Parrott

Chapter 12 - The Treaty of Waitangi and the Waitangi Tribunal: Globalization and Decolonization in New Zealand

Sean Killen

Chapter 13 - The Causes and Consequences of International Migration: The View from Europe

John D. Graeber

Chapter 14 - Patterns of Fear: Hegemony, Globalization, and the U.S.-Japan Trade Conflict, 1971–1996

John Taylor Vurpillat

Chapter 15 - Globalization and Transnational Capitalism

Jerry Harris

Chapter 16 - When Weak States Win: Providing Opportunities at the WTO

Stephanie S. Holmsten

Chapter 17 - Conclusion to the Case Studies

About the Editors

Michael R. Anderson is an Associate Professor of Instruction and Director of the International Relations and Global Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests focus on trans-Pacific intellectual networks and diplomacy in the twentieth century. He also serves as Associate Editor of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of the History of American Foreign Policy, and he is a board member of the Austin chapter of the United Nations Association–USA.

Stephanie S. Holmsten is an Assistant Professor of Instruction in the International Relations and Global Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on the election of women and ethnic minorities around the world. Her recent work appears in Comparative Political Studies. She is also interested in innovative teaching methods, particularly team-based learning, which earned her the 2017 Harry Ransom Award for Teaching Excellence.

About the Series

Foundations in Global Studies

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS035000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / International / General
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
POL033000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Globalization
POL040020
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / International