Auteur: Eschle, Catherine (red.)
Titel: Critical theories, International Relations and 'the Anti-Globalisation Movement'
Sub titel: The Politics of Global Resistance
From the Zapatistas to Seattle and beyond, the 'anti-globalisation movement' has been grabbing headlines and capturing political imaginations worldwide. This book explores the interface between diverse resistances to neoliberal globalisation and a range range of critical theories within international relations. It provides a comprehensive and nuanced analysis of the 'anti-globalisation' struggles taking place in many different parts of the world. It shows the complexity and diversity of these movements and illustrates this with a number of detailed empirical studies of local, national and transnational resistance in the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa. The authors inroduce a variety of competing theoretical perspectives from international political economy, social movement theory, globalisation studies feminism and postmodernism, explaining how activism has influenced theory and how theory can help activists to modify their tactics.The global protest movement has made a huge impact on world politics and this book is essential reading for students, scholars and activists with an interest in this area.
2005, 264 pag., Euro 30,75
Routledge, London, ISBN 415343917
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