Table of contents for Frontiers of globalization research : theoretical and methodological approaches / Ino Rossi, editor.


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t 1: Theoretical Perspectives
1  Globalization as an Historical and a Dialectical Process
[N O  R o ssi . ... . .. .. . .. . . .. .. .. . ......... ...... .. . . . . ..  27
21 Microglobalization
KA RIN  KNORR  CETINA  ................................ 65
SA Transnational Framework for Theory and Research in the
Study of Globalization
LESLIE  S   .... .............                      93
. Global Systems lobaolization, and Anthropological
Ti ieory
ONATHAN FRIEFDMAN                                  109
"5. The Eigenstructues of World Society and the Regional
Cultures of the World
6. Global Complexities
Part 2: conomic and Political Processes
.  aj ectories of Trade and Investment Globalization
CHRI STPHIR CHASE-DUNN AND ANDREW JORGENSON ....   165
8  Globalzation and Uneven Development
Gi VANN ARRIGI          ....                       185
9. Giobaization and Disintegration: Substitutionist
7echnologies and the Disintegration of Global
Ec nomic Ties
RoB EI r  K. SCHAEFI ER  . ..  .......  ...  ...  . . ..  . .  . .  203
10. Social Integration, System Integration, and Global
Governance
MARGARET S. ARCHER. .. .......     ....  . ..      . . 221
11. Globalization. Terrorism, and Democracy: 9/11 and
Its Aftermath
DOUGLAS KELLNER ........ . ...                      . 243
Part 3: Studying Globalization: Methodological Approaches
12. Finding Frontiers in Historical Research on Globalization
RAYMOND GREW .....          ......        ...      .  27
13. Theoretical and Empirical Elements in the Study
of Globalization
SASKIA SASSEN ...    ...     .. .    ..         . . . . . ..  287
14. Three Steps Toward a Viable Theory of Globalization
JAMES N. ROSENAU  ......... ... .        .......  ..  307
15. Situating Global Social Relations
MARTIN ALBROW  .   ...... .      ...  .  ..... 37
16. Toward a Framework for Global Communication: Durkheim,
Phenomenology. Postmodernism, and the
"Construction" of Place and Space
INO  Rossi  .. ........  .  . ...... .  . .. .  . . . .... 333
Part 4 Commentaries and Discussion
17. "Globalization: In Search of a Paradigm
JANET ABU-LUGHOD .    ......           ........... 353
18. A "New" Global Age, but Are There New Perspectives on I?
GEORGE RITZER  .....  .                  ..........   361
19. "Globalization" as Collective Representation: The New
Dream of a Cosmopolitan Civil Sphere
JEFFREY C. ALEXANDER....    .      .    ........  .   371
20. Rationalization and Globalization in Neo-Weberian
"Perspective
RANDALL COLLINS........       ....    .  ....       .  383
21. From Cosmopolitanism to a Global Perspective: Paradigmatic
Discontinuity (Beck, Ritzer, Postmodernism, and Albrow) Versus
Continuity (Alexander and Collins) and Emergent
Conceptualizations (Contributors to This Volume)
INo  Rossi .........        .  . ..         ...  .     397



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Globalization