4 edition of Globalization and citizenship in the Asia-Pacific found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Alastair Davidson and Kathleen Weekley.|
|Contributions||Davidson, Alastair, 1939-, Weekley, Kathleen, 1960-|
|LC Classifications||JQ750.A92 G56 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||98025636|
In the present book Turner and Khondker seek to provide a new perspective on – indeed, a new theory of – globalization. This is a highly promising and much needed venture. Here I am concerned primarily to highlight the main contours of the project of theorizing the concept of globalization. Tying ethnography to structural analysis, Flexible Citizenship explores such questions with a focus on the links between the cultural logics of human action and on economic and political processes within the Asia-Pacific, including the impact of these forces on women and family ning how intensified travel, communications, and mass 3/5(1).
This book is a landmark in citizenship and citizenship education discourse. Its themes include citizenship paradigms, democratization, patriotism, social tolerance, globalization and information society, and colonialism. The volume explores various perspectives on citizenship, including Confucian, Islamic, humanist, global, indigenous, cultural. Barry K. Gills and Dongsook S. Gills, 'South Korea and Globalization: The Rise of Globalization', in Samuel Kim ed, East Asia and Globalization, Rowen and Littlefield, Lanham, Craig Reynolds, National Identity and its Defenders: Thailand , Silkworm Books, Chiangmai, , chap 'Thai Identity in the Age of Globalisation'.
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Rajamoorthy --Citizenship in Papua New Guinea / Graham Hassall and Sumasy Singin. Millions of people around the Asia-Pacific region are suffering from the twin effects of globalization and exclusionary nationality laws. This collection of essays discusses the ways in which citizenship laws in the region might be made consistent with human dignity.
This series explores how citizenship is shaped by social, political, cultural and historical contexts and how it may be moulded to serve the nation state in the age of globalization.
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The contributors engage with a range of critical and contemporary issues of two key societies in the Asia-Pacific region, Australia and Malaysia. These include foreign policy and national security; multiculturalism and citizenship; the middle class; global governance; migrants and international.
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Preface, 1. The Crisis of Citizenship, 2. Theories of Citizenship, 3. Immigration, Minority Formation and Racialization, 4. Becoming a Citizen, 5.
Being a Citizen, 6. Ethnic Mobilization and New Political Subjects, 7. The End of National Belonging, 8. Globalization and Citizenship in the Asia-Pacific Region, 9. Social Capital and the New Civics. Tying ethnography to structural analysis, Flexible Citizenship explores such questions with a focus on the links between the cultural logics of human action and on economic and political processes within the Asia-Pacific, including the impact of these forces on women and family life.
“Globalization” is a term often associated with progress and innovation. Despite its numerous perks, it has also shown itself to be the biggest and most immediate threat for Pacific Island countries.
This short piece attempts to unveil some of the effects of globalization on the region. A Connected World. Read "Globalization and Social Transformation in the Asia-Pacific The Australian and Malayasian Experience" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
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Globalisation and Citizenship. This book, by one of the leading theorists of social work, tackles a subject of crucial importance to students and practitioners alike: how social workers can. Ga Young Chung is a community-based scholar-activist whose works examine the surge of dislocation, precarity, and (im)mobility in the era of uneven globalization.
Centering on political activism and resistance of undocumented migrants, she unpacks how the meaning of citizenship is dismantled, rearticulated, and reassembled in the Asia-Pacific.
Praise “Flexible Citizenship is a work of impressive intellectual maturity, as the author moves persuasively among theorists, across disciplines, between national contexts, and among anthropological sites in the U.S.
and Southeast Asia.” — David Ley, Journal of International Migration and Integration “Flexible Citizenship is an excellent example of a book that speaks to many fields of Author: Aihwa Ong.
This book sums up over thirty years of research on international migration and hw it has changed the world. The essays collected in this volume provide a running commentary on the ways in which migration – first to the older industrial countries and then as a more general phenomenon linked to globalization – has created multicultural societies and changed ideas on citizenship and identity.Purchase Globalization, Flexibilization and Working Conditions in Asia and the Pacific - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN — Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, Vol Issue 4 'Jeb Sprague’s edited volume, Globalization and Transnational Capitalism in Asia and Oceania (New York: Routledge, ), fills a crucial gap in this burgeoning literature and is a much-desired contribution to the case for the rise of a Transnational Capitalist Class in the region Pages: