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  • ISBN 0415935423
  • ISBN13 978-0415935425
  • Language English
  • Author Nigel Dower,John Williams
  • Publisher Routledge (May 24, 2002)
  • Pages 320
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  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1392 kb
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The idea of global citizenship is that human beings are "citizens of the world." Whether or not we are global citizens is a topic of great dispute, however those who take part in the debate agree that a global citizen is a member of the wider community of humanity, the world, or a similar whole which is wider than that of a nation-state or other political community of which we are normally thought to be citizens. Through four main sections, the contributors to Global Citizenship discuss global challenges and attempt to define the ways in which globalization is changing the world in which we live. Offering a breadth of coverage to the core rheme of the individual in a global world, Global Citizenship combines two factors-the idea of global responsibility and the development of institutional structures through which this responsibility can be exercised.

Global Citizenship: A Critical Introduction Paperback – 24 May 2002. Nigel Dower is a senior lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen.

Global Citizenship: A Critical Introduction Paperback – 24 May 2002. ISBN-13: 978-0415935432 ISBN-10: 0415935431. John Williams is lecturer in Politics at University of Aberdeen.

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Dower and Williams have produced an excellent beginner's guide to current debates about global citizenship and the global issues which inspire them

Dower and Williams have produced an excellent beginner's guide to current debates about global citizenship and the global issues which inspire them. Politics & International Relations.

Williams Global Citizenship: A Critical Reader (Edinburgh University Press, 2002). to defending it: see below) here. The closing chapters consider relevant theoretical issues, and objections to the three. aspects of Dower’s conception of global citizenship. The first of these includes a valuable. This work cannot be comprehensive, but is to tackle central themes, issues an d problems.

New Media: A Critical Introduction is a comprehensive introduction to the culture, history, technologies and theories of new media. Written especially for students, the book considers the ways in which 'new media' really are new, assesses the claims that a media and technological revolution has taken place and formulates new ways for media studies to respond to new technologies

2. Envisioning Global Visions. 3. Interpreting Globalization Critical but never shrill, the book works unerringly to expose and render intelligible.

2. Interpreting Globalization. 4. Talking Globalization. An important introduction to the debates about the geography of globalization. Critical but never shrill, the book works unerringly to expose and render intelligible the intellectual and practical pressure points that are the result of the multiple processes of globalization. As good a starting point as any you'll find. Nigel Thrift, University of Warwick. Writing for an upper level undergraduate readership, Andrew Herod has produced a challenging critical interpretation of geographies of globalization that is both historically informed and geographically sensitive.

Drawing Lines in the Shifting Sand.

Global Citizenship: A Critical Introduction. Nigel Dower, John Williams. Dower and Williams have produced an excellent beginner's guide to current debates about global citizenship and the global issues which inspire them

Global Citizenship: A Critical Introduction. Dower and Williams have produced an excellent beginner's guide to current debates about global citizenship and the global issues which inspire them.