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by Yang Guang,Amineh

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  • ISBN 9004181121
  • ISBN13 978-9004181120
  • Language English
  • Author Yang Guang,Amineh
  • Publisher BRILL (January 25, 2010)
  • Pages 364
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  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
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Energy security challenges are topping the policy agenda of the European Union and China. Consequently, policy makers of both energy import-dependent polities continue to look for new responses. But will these new policies put EU-China relations in a coop

The Globalization of Energy. International Comparative Social Studies.

The Globalization of Energy.

International Comparative Social Studies, Volume: 2. This is the policy area of energy supplies and energy security.

This is the policy area of energy supplies and energy security. Cooperation on the basis of complementarity is rather easy.

a b Amineh, Medhi; Yang, Guang; Guang, Yang (2010). The Globalization of Energy: China and the European Union. pp. 85, 87. ISBN 978-90-04-18112-0.

Furthermore, globalization has two apparently contrasting aspects .

Furthermore, globalization has two apparently contrasting aspects: standardization and differentiation. hospital, or the differentiation of social functions in a modern society where major communication systems (such as the economy, law, the mass media and science) operate using tive selections, evaluations and rules. However, growth in complexity depends on simplification and standardization of core processes.

The articles in this book embrace the need to cover a variety of aspects and dimensions of globalization, and to see both its lo-cal and its global manifestations.

Thus, in certain respects, glo-balization may be regarded as a process connecting the past, the present, and the future-as a sort of bridge between the past and the future. The title and the composition of the present volume reect this idea. The articles in this book embrace the need to cover a variety of aspects and dimensions of globalization, and to see both its lo-cal and its global manifestations.

Comparative education studies had already integrated these models of analysis, and many studies had pointed to the correlations between educational reform and social and economic changes on an international level (Carnoy and Rhoten, 2002). It was then when comparative education studies began to become interested in the complex phenomenon of globalization as an empirical challenge and a new theoretical framework for comparative education (Apple, 2001; Crossley, 1999; Crossley and Jarvis, 2000; Dale, 2005; Jarvis, 2000; Wilson, 2003).

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