Globalization and Emerging Societies: Development and Inequality

Paperback | December 15, 2011

EditorJan Nederveen Pieterse, Boike Rehbein

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This book, now in paperback, brings a sociological perspective to the study of emerging economies and newly-industrializing countries in emerging societies. Rather than being naively optimistic about the rise of major countries in the South such as China, India and Brazil, the book focuses on development and social inequality in the emerging societies. Each chapter focuses on development and social inequality in emerging societies and, set within the context of 21st century globalization - in marked contrast to 20th century globalization - the book develops this phase of globalization as a theme.

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This book, now in paperback, brings a sociological perspective to the study of emerging economies and newly-industrializing countries in emerging societies. Rather than being naively optimistic about the rise of major countries in the South such as China, India and Brazil, the book focuses on development and social inequality in the em...

JAN NEDERVEEN PIETERSE is Mellichamp Professor of Global Studies and Sociology, University of California Santa Barbara, USA, and University of Maastricht, the Netherlands. He has published extensively on globalization, development studies and cultural studies. His publications include: Ethnicities and Global Multiculture: Pants for an...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 9.66 × 5.61 × 0.63 inPublished:December 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230354491

ISBN - 13:9780230354494

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Development and Inequality; J.Nederveen Pieterse& B.Rehbein
Twenty-first Century Globalization: Global Sociology; J.Nederveen Pieterse
Rise of the Global South and Emerging Contours of a World Order; R.A.Palat
Globalization and Development: Learning from Debates in China; J.H.Mittelman
Internal Migration in Mainland China: Regional and World-Systemic Aspects; G.K.Trichur
Paradigm Shift in India: Analyzing the Impact of Liberalization and Globalization; A.Kumar
Are More People Becoming Vulnerable to Poverty? Evidence from Grassroots Investigations in Five Countries; A.Krishna
Hierarchical Integration: The Dollar Economy and the Rupee Economy; A.Krishna & J.Nederveen Pieterse
Inequality, Culture and Globalization in Emerging Societies: Reflections on the Brazilian Case; J.A.Burity
Africa's Engagement with China: Perpetuating the Class Project?; S.Naidu & J.Jansson
The Renaissance of Society: From Emerging Powers to Emerging Societies in a European Perspective; H.Schwengel
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"This original collection offers a novel perspective: that of emerging societiesand global inequalities. It is comprehensive yet focused; comparative yet cumulative; interdisciplinary yet cohesive. It presents a range of critical voices fromand about the global South yet cautions that not all countriesand sectors will benefit: only some capitalismsand communities will thrive as the BRICs supersede the dominance of the G-8." - Timothy M Shaw, Professor & Director, Institute of International Relations at The University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago "A remarkably coherent collection of impressive essays exploring both the opportunities and the dark consequences of globalization. Between them thechapters deconstruct the concept of development, show what it means in different contexts in different societies, and alert us to the dangerous in egalitarian consequences of unplanned growth. A most welcome contribution to the growing literature on globalisation." - Bhikhu Parekh, Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Westminster, UK